Jiuzhaigou 九寨沟 2009 - vkelim
20090824_1247_0783 Rhinoceros Lake.

From Wikitravel
'“Rhinoceros Lake” at 2,315 metres and with a surface area of some 200,000 sq. metres is the largest lake in the Shuzheng valley, and also the deepest with an average depth of 12 metres. The lake derives its name from a legend that tells of a monk from Tibet riding a rhinoceros. When the monk came to this lake he was so entranced with the local scenery that he accidentally rode his rhinoceros directly into the lake.'

20090824_1247_0783 Rhinoceros Lake. From Wikitravel '“Rhinoceros Lake” at 2,315 metres and with a surface area of some 200,000 sq. metres is the largest lake in the Shuzheng valley, and also the deepest with an average depth of 12 metres. The lake derives its name from a legend that tells of a monk from Tibet riding a rhinoceros. When the monk came to this lake he was so entranced with the local scenery that he accidentally rode his rhinoceros directly into the lake.'