Clay Lake

by Ref-G

684 photos
684 photos
684 photos

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The Clay Lake was created by extensive mining activity started in the 19th century. By 1933 the original hill had become a 168-metre deep pit. Remnants of the gold mining equipment have been left in the open for bypassers to observe.

While originally man-made it has been affected by weather erosion for the past 80 years and that by itself created a unique landscape.

Take a detailed look into richly coloured clay formations of this largely unknown location.