On going further up to Nathula Pass we come across these twin lakes just before the pass. They are very close to each other to be called twin lakes and when overflowing, water from upper lake travels to the lower one.
Two distinct colors.
Strangely the water in them is always of different colors. The upper lake has near black shade while the lower one is much lighter.
This is not the only difference.
When winter approaches, one (the upper lake) would freeze early while the other will still have flowing water for many more days. 🙂
Both shots are clicked from moving vehicle.
Obviously, there has to be some reason which we are not aware of. Any clue?
Note:- This information was provided by our local driver there and some people who have been there have confirmed it. I am not able to recollect the names of these lakes. (notepad misplaced). 🙂
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