I made these photos during a trip at the Lake Nakuru National Park. The lake is famous for the numerous Lesser Flamingos on the shoreline and for a high number of wild animals. The water is alkaline and contains a high number of cyanobacteria and algae which are the food of the flamingos. The ecosystem is endangered by the withdrawal of water from rivers to the lake, pollution, the introduction of tilapia fishes (they consume the algae) and too much tourism. There were many dedicated people and hopeful they are successful to manage the future of this unique place.
The shoreline of lake Nakuru, the white crusts are salt.