A glorious view, mountains, forest, crystal clear waters of the lake and ice fresh air.
Hordes of international tourists, old and young.
This needs a very serious approach to all the infrastructure, right?
Maybe in Australia.
Here, in New Zealand, they (probably quite an official governmental institution called the Department of Conservation) managed to drop a small creative thingy onto the scene.
Thing is, the Mirror lakes are supposed to have a reflecting surface when it's not windy. Hence the name.
So they have installed an upside-down sign that should reflect nicely onto the surface, saying, in readable language after the reflection, "Mirror Lakes".
A small, tiny thing, really.
Making all the difference between "yet another tourist site" and "the place that made my day better".