The glaciers of surrounding karst mountains that feed the major water of Grüner See (Green Lake) in Styria, Austria when they melt each spring, a park submerged in it nearly 4 meters-deep becomes an attraction for divers. Swiss photographer and diving enthusiast Marc Henauer explored this unique park and shot fantastic pictures.
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