Seven Rila Lakes are a preferred and easily accessible destination for many tourists during the summer. The asphalt road to Panichishte is easy to access to the deep high mountain by lift makes the lakes an attractive and preferred destination. In websites and social networks can be found many photos of the place. But is it so easy to find winter photos where the lakes are frozen or are already covered with snow.
Fortunately, we have incredibly talented photographers whose passion is to visit such places. They are brave and able to photograph and submit the conditions which a few people would dare to go. This article will introduce to you some of the most talented Bulgarian photographers. When trails are gone. Enough talk, let’s dive into this winter magic.
1. We start with two exclusive shots of the photographer Emil Rashkovski
Frames create exceptional contrast and presented The Fish Lake and Mount Haramiata day and night.
More footage of Emil Rashkovski can view his website at facebook.
2.We continue with another great contrast from the archives of Krasi Matarov
This time not only day and night. Pictures can enjoy the sunrise in the direction The Kidney Lake and a unique sunset from above.
More footage of Krassimir MATAROV can look to his Facebook page Krasi St M Photography
3.Here two unique night shots of the photographer Ivan Miladinov
At first, you can enjoy the new hut of Rila lakes amid clouds of colored lights of the capital. The second can see untouched by human foot snow against the backdrop of Mount Haramiata.
Unique images and more information about Ivan Miladinov can be found here: ivanmiladinov.com
4.Now we will look at the most beautiful remnants of winter by Svilen Simeonov
More about Svilen Simeonov you can see on his Facebook page: Svilen Simeonov Photography
5.Finally, there are some photos of Kan Kubrat
The man who spent nearly every free time in the mountains.More inspirations from Kan Kubrat you can see on his facebook page: Магията на планината
Would you go to Seven Rila Lakes during the winter?