Reinebringen is a hill with panoramic views rising above the village of Reine in the Lofoten Islands. The lake, located on this hill at an altitude of approximately 570 meters, is fed by rain and snow water and its level is adjusted automatically. There is a continuous water discharge channel through the lake and discharge occurs naturally. I saw this lake for the first time when I climbed there. There is no chance of seeing it from sea level. You can only see this view if you ascend with a drone. This view from that height impressed me in every way. The contrast, cloudiness and shadows in this photo I took early in the morning were really beautiful. The dark water of the lake and the reflection of the thin snow on it were also worth seeing.
|Photo Location:||Reine, Norway|
|Copyright:||© Ahmet Anak|