Walking around Lake Tonin, 2 kilometers around the centre of Reykjavik, is a visual enjoyment. Although it is not the largest lake in Iceland, it is indeed the most famous one. Because of geothermal, the lake will not freeze even in winter. There are many wild ducks, seagulls, swans and so on. Take some bread and feed it. Seagulls, ducks and swans will circle you in the air, in the water and on the ground. The colorful houses on the shore are hidden in the shadows of the trees in late autumn. Beautiful! __________
After visiting the Pearl Tower, we walked back across the bridge and then turned left. We went straight ahead and then came to Lake Tonin. The sky drifted with light rain, and came to Nordic for a period of time. I've been used to this weather for a long time. I'm not sure that the sun and rainbow will come again later. Wild ducks swim happily on Lake Tonin and wait for the food in the hands of tourists. No wonder Lake Tonin is also called Duck Lake. After a tour of Lake Tonin, the sunshine began to shine. Iceland's weather, really change, in this filming patience, do not give up easily.
Tonin Lake is a lake in the city of Reykjavik. It is a landscape lake in the old city. The lakeside is the city hall of Reykjavik, the parliament building of Iceland and other famous buildings. On the lake, white swans, all kinds of waterfowl are swimming leisurely, resting on the benches by the lake, and watching small animals are very comfortable.
Lake Tonin (TJORNIN) is located in the west of the old city. Tonin Lake is the central area of Reykjavik. Some of the main buildings in the city, such as Parliament Building, City Hall, Reykjavik University, National Museum and Cathedral, are surrounded by the lake.
The moment I saw Lake Tonin, I was totally upset. I think of it as follows: in our meager years, there were twelve egrets flying over the lake in autumn. I have seen such a lake of Tonin, and my camera can not describe the beauty. The Story of a Group of Ducks The Beautiful Fairy World in Autumn
Lake Tonin is one of the most famous lakes in Iceland. It's very suitable for walking. You can also take a look at the city hall by the way. The scenery around the lake is very beautiful. There are many beautiful color houses. The University of Iceland is also nearby. There are many ducks, seagulls, swans and other birds on the lake. They are not afraid of people. They can feed waterbirds by the lake.
When I went to see the geese, the child was not a swan, but a big white geese. There are several ducks, the one with blue feathers!