Photographer's Note

The lake Nuuksion pitkäjärvi is about 6.9 km long, one of the big lakes in Espoo. At the widest points it is 600 m wide and at its narrowest point its width is only about 100 m. Before 4000 BC the lake was connected to sea (a fjord). Now the lake is 27 m above sea level. The the deepest point is 15 m. The lake belongs to Nuuksio Lake Uplands.

The banks of the lake are in many places steep clifs, sometimes rising tens of meters perpendicularly from the lake surface. One interesting detail of the lake is about 1.6 km south from my POV. There is one perpendicular cliff, where you can see a prehistoric rock painting, if you visit the cliff by boat.

This southwards view is from Urokallio rock, which rises about 40 m above the lake at this point.
The original looked too cold, yet the blue too grey, so my PP work was:
RAW: colour balance shift a bit warmer, HSL/Blue saturation +50, clarity +40
PS: colour balance/mid tones/red +4, saturation +10, contrast +7

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