MJ Photography


Lake Léman, is between Switzerland and France, this glasial lake is the largest on the course of the Rhône and one of the largest lakes in Western Europe. The shore between Nyon and Lausanne is called La Côte because it is flatter. Between Lausanne and Vevey it is called Lavaux and is famous for its hilly vineyards.  The average surface elevation of 372 m (1,220 ft) above sea level is controlled by the Seujet Dam (fr) in Geneva.

Salt lake in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. The dynamics of why a lake turns pink is very complex. External changes and weather conditions can affect the colour of the lake. Esperance's Pink Lake has lost its pink colour due to salinity changes caused by human activity.