The winter allure of boundless Lake Baikal

By Van Pham   April 15, 2021 | 02:00 pm GMT+7
Anh Tien Trinh, a Vietnamese lensman, captured the majesty of Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia in a black and white series 'Arctic Circle – The White Legend' and 'Another World'.
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Siberia has long been famed for its long, frosty winters and boundless snowy plains.

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Legendary Lake Baikal, located in southern Siberia, Russia is the deepest, largest and oldest fresh-water body in the world. During winter, its surface typically freezes over, creating extraordinary patterns.

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Quiet and poetic villages often dot the banks of Lake Baikal.

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Outdoor winter picnics are integral to local culture.

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Besides exploring idyllic villages and enjoying picnics, tourists can witness majestic views.

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The combination of pure ice and water turns Lake Baikal into a surreal winter painting.

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Impressive scenes reminiscent of another world.

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The dwarfing natural landscape of Lake Baikal has long attracted curious adventurers.

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Exploring Lake Baikal in winter offers a great trip for those who love peaceful, natural and majestic vistas. Pictures of Lake Baikal in winter are presented in "Arctic Circle – The White Legend" and "Another World" art projects by Trinh. The photographer plans to visit Scandinavia and other parts of the world in future.

 
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