Another Planet. All photos were taken in cape Opuk and Koyashskoye salt lake, located on the Black Sea coast of the Kerch Peninsula in Crimea. Koyashskoye salt lake separated from the Black Sea by a thin strip of land. It is 4 kilometres long, 2 kilometres wide and a meter deep. The beautiful water in the lake has the particularity to change colour, depending on the light, time of day, season, due to the presence of microscopic pink-coloured algae living in the water. When the water evaporates, the salt in the lake crystallizes on the stones and the shores, producing […]
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