19 Baikal That Leaves Breathless

Baikal That Leaves Breathless

Posted on September 21, 2011 by team

It seems that lake Baikal is created to be constantly photographed or painted as its views are just amazing. All the following pictures were made by a photographer Stanislav Savin.

Golden autumn.


More stories:

Click here to read next random post from English Russia

19 Responses to “Baikal That Leaves Breathless”

  1. Mr. Fox says:

    Purification of my eyes!

  2. BlowME says:

    I hope I’ll visit Baykal some day…

  3. John says:

    Wow, amazing.

  4. Musa says:

    This place is so beautiful. Fantastic Photos and Post! Thank You. :)

  5. Ivanna (Gr) says:

    Bozhe!!Kakaya krasota!!

  6. Hans says:

    looks nice because it’s in europe :)

  7. sst says:

    These are some of the most beautiful pictures I’ve ever seen!

  8. TrulyRestlessSoul says:

    I have to go there!

  9. Banditrider says:

    Beautiful photo’s. I used to chat to a young lady from Chita who has driven on Lake Baikal in the winter, and sunbathed on its beaches in the summer. Unfortunately we lost contact, which was sad because of losing touch with a friend firstly, and also losing a source of wonderful photo’s.

  10. Sean says:

    It’s beautiful. So beautiful. Strategically also very important – it’s biggest world’s source of drinkable fresh water, 1/6th part of all the fresh water. right? On the other hand it’s way too close to China, which has big plans for SIberia’s natural resources.

  11. RusVon says:

    where can I get these in high resolution?

  12. Zonda says:

    Breathless indeed!

  13. Verto says:

    Untouched beauty ! ! ! ! ! !

  14. A.Oscar says:

    Baikal the bigger fresh water lake in the world; would be nice to be preserved by Russian Government to do with keeping without any kind of pollutions. Let have fish because it is make the water cleaner. A.Oscar

  15. yourfaceisdangerous says:

    Atlast, I’ve found the place to put my soul at rest!

  16. Fernando says:

    Que hermoso lago¡ son unas tomas impresionantes.
    Solo que para llegar allá desde mi casa debo viajar unos 20.000 km
    Saludos desde Ecuador en Sudamérica.

Leave a Reply

  • Random Post