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Coldwater Lake, Washington, USA: Summer Flowers Blooming at Coldwater Lake

Coldwater Lake

(Washington, USA)

750 acres

190 feet max. depth

2,490 feet above sea level

Today Coldwater Lake is a peaceful, scenic 750-acre lake, but the violence of Mount St. Helens created the lake in 1980. On May 18, 1980, a 5.1 magnitude earthquake under Mount St. Helens caused a huge landslide and started an eruption that would forever change the face of the mountain. In 15 minutes a column of ash shot 80,000 feet into the air. It would take four days for all the ash to rain down ... Read full review

Coldwater Lake, Washington, USA: Summer Flowers Blooming at Coldwater Lake

Coldwater Lake

(Washington, USA)

750 acres

190 feet max. depth

2,490 feet above sea level

Today Coldwater Lake is a peaceful, scenic 750-acre lake, but the violence of Mount St. Helens created the lake in 1980. On May 18, 1980, a 5.1 magnitude earthquake under Mount St. Helens caused a huge landslide and started an eruption that would forever change the face of the mountain. In 15 minutes a column of ash shot 80,000 feet into the air. It would take four days for all the ash to rain down ... Read full review

Lums Pond, Delaware, USA: Turtle at Lums Pond

Lums Pond

(Delaware, USA)

200 acres

10 feet max. depth

Located in Lums Pond State Park in New Castle County, Lums Pond is the largest freshwater lake in the state of Delaware. With its boating and fantastic fishing, Lums Pond is a great "First State" destination. There are no natural lakes in the state of Delaware. Lums Pond is an impoundment of St. Georges Creek. Damned in the early 1800's, water from Lums Pond was used to power a sawmill and to ... Read full review

Beseck Lake, Connecticut, USA: Dock and Boat at Beseck Lake

Beseck Lake

(Connecticut, USA)

116 acres

3 miles of shoreline

24 feet max. depth

344 feet above sea level

Found in Connecticut's beautiful Greater New Haven Region, Beseck Lake is a quiet residential lake. Ideally located in Middlefield near the center of the state, Beseck Lake is within easy commuting distance from Hartford to the north, Waterbury to the west and New Haven to the south. Whether you stay for summer recreation, fall colors or winter sports, the water, hills and history surrounding Beseck ... Read full review

Loch Maree, Scotland, United Kingdom: Panoramic View of  Loch Maree

Loch Maree

(Scotland, United Kingdom)

7,067 acres

31 miles of shoreline

375 feet max. depth

33 feet above sea level

Remote, desolate, historic, beautiful: all of these describe Loch Maree. Located in the Highlands and Morey Region of Northwestern Scotland, Loch Maree is the fourth largest Loch in Scotland and the largest north of Loch Lomond. Fed by the Kinlochewe River and multiple smaller rivers, it forms the headwaters of the River Ewe. The River Ewe empties into Loch Ewe, a bay on the west seacoast of Scotland, ... Read full review

Potholes Reservoir, Washington, USA: Dusk at Potholes Reservoir

Potholes Reservoir

(Washington, USA)

27,800 acres

142 feet max. depth

1,052 feet above sea level

Potholes Reservoir was formed by the building of the O'Sullivan Dam which is one of the largest earthfill dams in the United States. The name "pothole" originated due to large depressions in the earth in that area, some as large as 70 yards wide by 60 feet deep, created during the Pleistocene flooding in prehistoric times. These potholes were filled in the 1950s after the completion of the O'Sullivan ... Read full review

Cherry Creek Reservoir, Colorado, USA: Shore View of Cherry Creek Reservoir

Cherry Creek Reservoir

(Colorado, USA)

844 acres

8 miles of shoreline

26 feet max. depth

5,550 feet above sea level

Affectionately called "Denver's Backyard," Cherry Creek Lake and State Park provide recreation opportunities for families from all over. Located in Aurora, Colorado in Arapahoe County, the lake is just ten miles southeast of downtown Denver. With over 800 acres of water surrounded by almost 4,000 acres of land, Cherry Creek is sure to offer something to please everyone. Cherry Creek Dam, the ... Read full review

Band-e-Amir Lakes, Afghanistan: Boats at Band-e Amir Lakes

Band-e-Amir Lakes

(Afghanistan)

1,483 acres

9,514 feet above sea level

Afghanistan has its first national park, and the major attraction is Band-e-Amir Lakes. Once a popular tourist attraction, this chain of six brilliant blue lakes is seen as the promise of a brighter future for a country marred by decades of war. Located in north-central Afghanistan's Bamiyan Province, the sparkling lakes sit in stark contrast to the red limestone cliffs of the ancient Hazarajat Mountains. ... Read full review

Belton Lake, Texas, USA: Bridge Over Belton Lake

Belton Lake

(Texas, USA)

12,385 acres

136 miles of shoreline

124 feet max. depth

594 feet above sea level

Imposing bluffs stand tall in the Texas wind, as if serenely surveying Belton Lake's calm, clear waters. An osprey spreads its wings from atop the bluff, gathering speed while descending into one of the lake's many curling coves. Boaters, kayakers, anglers and sunbathers glance upwards to watch the osprey's smooth flight, resuming their activities once the bird melts into the surrounding trees. Belton ... Read full review

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