Lake Eber is known for its captivating natural beauty and islets that dot its shimmering waters. Nestled within this picturesque lake, these islets stand as enchanting oases, adding to the allure of the surrounding landscape. Each islet is a miniature world of its own, adorned with lush vegetation and thriving ecosystems. The islets provide a haven for an array of plant and animal species, creating a harmonious balance between nature and tranquility. As the gentle waves lap against their shores, these islets offer a serene refuge for visitors seeking solace and a deep connection with the natural world. Whether explored by boat or admired from afar, the islets of the lake are a testament to the captivating charm that can be found within this magnificent body of water.
Aerial photographs showed the lake’s distinct beauty while also bringing the islets to the fore in Lake Eber, one of the largest lakes in Turkey and located inside the limits of Afyonkarahisar Bolvadin. After a rainy season, the lake, which is located inside the boundaries of Bolvadin, saw an increase in water level.
With the springtime rains, Lake Eber, which has recently been on the news due to drought and cane fires, is beginning to reclaim its former glory.
The lake’s water borders were also clearly increased when puddles started to appear following the rains in several of the lake’s dry points, and the drone was photographed from above. The lake’s islets came into focus with the rise in water level. The people who lived off of gathering cane were the ones who were happiest about this scenario in the lake, where boats began to be exploited.
With the plentiful rainfall this year, Kadir Ateş, Guide and Guide of Lake Eber, remarked that the lake’s water level had risen to its highest point in the previous three years.
“This year, there is up to half a metre of water where there was none in previous years. We can estimate that the lake has a 25–30% water increase. As a result, the lake’s population of living things grows.