Salzburg’s best-kept secret
Through the lens in Austria.
An early winter morning at Lake Wolfgang, Upper Austria – a tranquil moment amidst the Salzkammergut mountain range. Only a 30-minute drive east from Salzburg, the area consists of glacial lakes which were formed during the Ice Age. This UNESCO World Heritage site is known for its salt industry dating back over 3,000 years. Recently, it has become a popular summer resort, but for those looking to wind down, there is no better time to visit than the winter months.
– Ville Lehvonen, Finnish photographer and designer from the archipelago of North Karelia