in Travel Love It Thursdays Reflections – Lake Taupo by Pamela Moresby May 2, 2019, 3:06 am 98 Views 16 Votes 21 Comments Share Tweet Pin Lake Taupo’s reflections, not the usual tourist spot but a residential area It is away from the larger shops of Taupo. Lake Taupo is a crater lake and there is an active volcanos on the bottom of Lake Taupo Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 16 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet PinLake TaupoThursdays Reflection Written by Pamela Moresby 21 Comments Leave a Reply Thanks so much Tasartcraft, it may look eerie. 1 Log in to Reply It looks like a quiet place. Are the active volcanoes at the bottom of the lake safe? 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Elenka, it has not been mapped. I think it is safe. Log in to Reply Very beautiful lake, dear Pamela … it looks so calm and relaxing 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Lado, it is a beautiful lake Log in to Reply You always succeed in showing beauty in your country, Pamela, as Lake Taupo’s this time. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Albert 1 Log in to Reply Pleasure is always mine, Pamela. 1 Log in to Reply It’s a quiet and relaxing place. Lovely photo. Thank you for sharing. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Sharon, glad you like it. 1 Log in to Reply Yes, it’s a very nice place. We also have lakes in our place but I seldom visit other places nowadays because of my tight schedule. 1 Log in to Reply Beautiful lake. It looks so peaceful 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Vidocka it certainly is Log in to Reply It looks so beautiful and peaceful! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Ellie, we were on a trip to Palmerston North and stopped here from the main road 1 Log in to Reply Lovely reflections here Pam. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Carol, glad you like the reflections Log in to Reply It is a very large lake, thanks Deepizzaguy Log in to Reply The tree standing alone on the island is so cool! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much for your comments 1 Log in to Reply The first time I have ever heard of a lake that has an underground volcano. 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.