The nature is fantastic and it never cease to amaze us with its beauty in all the shapes it comes. When you see it from above you are going to spot lots of interesting shapes that are both nature wonder and man-made and today I have decided to share with you some of them. Scroll down through this article and see the Captivating Lake Shapes From All Around The World. They will grab your attention and make you wonder how did they got the shape. Enjoy!
Lake in the shape of man
This lake looks like a man who stands tall in Sao Paolo in Brazil.
How do you like this pistol-shaped lake? James Bond can obviously use it as an advert for the next movie. It’s located in Belgium and it’s 2.5 km long. This lake is artificially made and it got this shape thanks to the parcels that were bought to build a highway. It’s really popular for the water sports that are played here. Would you like to visit it?
Letter A lake
Here you have got the first letter from the Alphabet in a lake! Do you think that there are other letters somewhere in the world? If yes, share them with us!
Nature can be really romantic and express love through some heart-shaped lakes. There are tons of them in different parts of the globe, and we don’t have enough space to share them all with you. I have picked some of the most beautiful ones, so check them out and see how they make your heart melt. You will most certainly love to go there with your loved ones and enjoy them sometimes in your lifetime. It’s really surprising how lakes can cry for attention and these ones definitely managed to get it with ease!
Heart Lake – Canada
SourceHeart-Shaped Lake – Brazil
Lac du Montagnon – France
Gaislacher See – Austria
Shimshal Lake – Pakistan
Heart-shaped lake in India
Heart shaped lake, possibly in Korea
Heart-Shaped Lake – Greece
Northrup Lake – USA
Siit Lake – Philippines
Trnovacko Lake – Montenegro
Have you visited some of these interesting lakes? Are there others gripping ones that we didn’t include in this article? Feel free to post them in the comments cause we would love to see them! Thanks for catching up with us and stay tuned for other interesting articles!