Sunset over the Plaze lake
|Copyright: Kristina Gircyte (Friesian) (35)|
|Date Taken: 2013-08-09|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2013-09-04 2:14|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Plazė - the lake is of glacial origin in western Lithuania, where it formed about 10 thousand years ago, the Baltic glacial lake terrace. The lake from the sea just 200 meters away and it is the closest to the sea, the lake in Lithuania. As a result, on a clear day from the Plaza Lakefront can see flickering faintly on the horizon in the Baltic Sea.|
Lake - smallish. It covers an area of 0,061 km ² and coastline ilgs of just 1.1 km. Coastal swampy. The lake's name comes from the Curonian word "plasis", an expression of slush location or swamp countersunk. For this reason, Plazė Lake is often called the wide, Placio, Plocio or Plases lake.
Until recently, the area reigned in the Soviet army tank and was very popular with the lake to wash their tanks.
Now Plazė lake with the surrounding area of Plazė Nature Reserve where bird migration in autumn and spring to see and hear a lot of birds - Greater scaup and Long-tailed Duck, big, medium and small Goosanders, Whooper Swan, Garganey, Eurasian Teal, Common Goldeneye, Aythya fuligula and even Common Crane. Seaside water birds are the largest local nature conservation value.
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Despite of little bit noise,I can't ignore its value.Mother Nature is truly beautiful.Here I can see Riot Of Colours.Even can see Ducks are busy in their natural habitat.
Useful NOTE also.Like it.
Thanks for sharing your experience,