Photographer's Note

Geçen hafta sonu ağaçlardan yerlere göklere, derelere göllere altınların savrulduğu, ıslak toprak kokusunun kuru yaprak kokusuna karıştığı bir yeryüzü cennetindeydik. Şanslıydık, hem sezonu yakalayabildik, hem de hava çok güzeldi. Darısı başınıza.

The season lasts only one or two weeks, and if you're lucky enough, you may have two weekends to catch the colours on the trees. For us, last weekend we were really lucky that both the weather and the season was awesome. This the view of one of the lakes is from an observation hill, which has to be climbed up by foot, before reaching the national park area.

The Yedigoller (the seven lakes) National Park is located in the north of the Bolu Province, Turkey.

The park is best known for the lakes formed by landslides and for the rich plant life. There are beech trees, oaks, hornbeams, firs, spruces, alders and black pines etc. in the area.

Some of the wild animals living in the area are Red deer, Roe deer, Wild boar, Brown bear, Wolf, Red fox, Lynx, Jungle cat, Otter etc.

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