Situated in Portugal and known as the Odeleite River to local people, the waterway's precluding turns make it straightforward why it's frequently given another name: the Blue Dragon River.
The Blue Dragon River in Portugal, so dynamite due to its shape. When I first saw this photo randomly while surfing on internet, the first thing which click in my mind is goodness! Also, I thought by taking a gander at it that its shape reminds me something, and afterward Oh! Yes, it is much the same as a mythical beast. The shades of this photo appear like paint hues, yet believe me it's not, it is a genuine picture. A few individuals say this waterway is a man-made for the supply of water and is adjacent a dam. Well! Whoever made this, it is so damn lovely, and simply take a gander at the photo, the picture taker's name is Steve Richard took this photo while he was going on the plane. Consistently, numerous visitors from around the globe, particularly from the southern Spain go in the Odeleite district looking for the celebrated Blue Dragon River.
I must concede I have never been especially energetic about protecting our planet. Anyhow, seeing pictures like this strengthen how gently lovely this world is and how critical it is that we be great stewards of it, notwithstanding our sakes however for prosperity.