The “tree of life” has appeared in a lake in Australia and aerial photographs are enchanting

An aerial view of Lake Caroka is making the rounds of the internet in recent days at a very fast pace. Amateur photographer Derry Moroney has been photographing the alternating shapes of the lake for the past 6 months. Lake Cakora has partial access to the ocean, ie it flows into the sea and specifically to Brooms Head Main beach.

After the first photo that one can see an amazing “tree of life”, the photographer decided to come back again and again to watch the changes in this amazing shape.

Photo: Facebook / Derry-Moroney-Photography

Photo: Facebook / Derry-Moroney-Photography

The change in water color makes each photo different. The condition of the lake reflects the time phase of the day, during which the photo is taken. Moroney said the lake was turquoise when he started taking pictures. After a few days, the lake dried up and the “roots” of the tree were revealed. The different colors of the lake that created this spectacle are determined by the flora and fauna of the area, but of course by the flow of water to the ocean.

Photo: Facebook / Derry-Moroney-Photography

Photo: Facebook / Derry-Moroney-Photography

Source:

brightvibes.com/2144/en/australias-tree-of-life-a-birds-eye-view


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