A gorgeous view of Loch Ness from Wellington’s Lay-by on the shores of the loch. I looked for Nessie but she wasn’t coming out that day 😉
The 1.6 km long Vintgar gorge carves its way through the vertical rocks of the Hom and Bort hills and is graced by the Radovna with its waterfalls, pools and rapids. The educational trail leads you over wooden bridges and Žumr’s galleries, and ends with a bridge overlooking the mighty 13 m high Šum waterfall.
Fantastic fireworks displays at the fiesta. Look carefully and you can see the 12 thC cathedral. That is how big the display is. Great parades and bands during the daytimes. Find out more about Spain at http://www.duncan-spanish-travel.com/
Oban, Argyll, Scotland in the evening light 2nd December 2016
- Aperture: ƒ/8
- Camera: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
- Flash fired: no
- ISO: 400
- Shutter speed: 8s
Maksimir park is the oldest public park in Zagreb, Croatia. It forms part of the city’s cultural heritage and it is a habitat for many plant and animal species. If you are looking for a place to connect with nature, to go away from the city noise, the Lakes are perfect choice. You won’t be dissapointed 😊
w h i t b y / england -fish and chips and ice cream; history and culture; views and festivals; Vampires and Goths: it’s all on offer at Whitby, one of the Yorkshire Coast’s best-loved seaside towns. With is intriguing characters and good transport links, Whitby is the perfect base for a holiday.
One of the Britain’s most beautiful and dramatic scenery captured in Landscape Photographer of the Year book.
Anthony Johnstone: Winter’s Bolt, Rannoch Moor, Highlands, Scotland
Via IB times uk
Porthcurno Beach is about three miles east of Land`s End on the south coast of West Cornwall. It faces south-east and lies in the western corner of lovely Porthcurno Bay. Porthcurno was once an important place on the map. It was the centre of world telecommunication and, until recently, there was a training school for that industry to which people came from all over the world.
La Corbière (Jèrriais: La Corbiéthe) is the extreme south-western point of Jersey in St. Brelade. The name means “a place where crows gather” ~However, seagulls have long since displaced the crows from their coastal nesting sites. Go there at sunset – it is absolutely fantastic.
visit lonely Scales Tarn~ views over the rolling northern fells are amaizing~