The Strymon river, is a river that stems from Bulgaria and exits its flow into the Aegean Sea in northern Greece – Macedonia province, near the ancient Amphipolis. However, it is a river that has a rare characteristic. It creates a delta, not to the place where his flow meets the sea, but many kilometers before and inside a lake. The lake Kerkini.
This gallery of images presents some aspects of the beautiful landscape that surrounds the Delta of the Strymon river and lake Kerkini. Kerkini lake is an artificial lake in Northern Greece that created in 1932 and since then has become the refuge for many species, like the small cormorant bird Microcabro Pygmaeus and the silver-pelican Pelecanus Crispus which are rare species protected by international and national treaties and laws. A place suitable for all kinds of photography like bird photography, landscape photography and even a beautiful background for portrait photography.