Other Beautiful Places
The Waterfall in Fall by Stefano Sala
Cool photo of the Canadian Prairies
To sit in the shade on a fine day, and look upon verdure is the most perfect refreshment. Earlier, we shared a collection of some of the most amazing landscape shots and it was loved and liked by everyone. Presenting part two of that series (landscape/nature photography), hopefully you’ll like these as well.
"Silent Morning" by Andre Arment
The Etosha National Park in Namibia is often associated with dry arid landscapes. During two months of good summer rainfall however, the landscape is transformed into a green paradise. A herd of springbok were grazing on the open plains close to Gemsbokvlakte waterhole when the setting sun illuminated the drizzling clouds on the horizon in a beautiful orange colour. Equipment: Canon 1D Mark III, 70-200f/2.8L
Red Rock Kingdom by Bryan Bzdula; I love his description of the photo. "I'm not a morning person. I never have been. My wife would disagree since I get up earlier than her. Regardless, I'd rather sleep than get up at some gawd awful hour to shoot a sunrise. But then I do and get something like this that blows my mind and makes it worth it." (http://www.bjbphotos.com)
Red Rock Kingdom by Bryan Bzdula
Mystic Waters by Rainer Grosskopf
"Golden October" by Christian Klepp. - The Aletsch glacier in Switzerland is Europe’s longest glacier. Its meltwater drains into the river Rhone. The black rock lines on the glacier surface are middle moraines that mark the conjunction of 2 glaciers upstream joining the main ice stream. The highest level of the glacier ice since the last ice age about 10,000 yrs. ago was reached around 1850. The skyline above the Aletsch glacier is Gross Wannenhorn of the Berner Alps. =))
Golden October by Christian Klepp
Flaming Namibian Rainfall by Mark Bumbleton. The last light of day illuminates heavy falling rain in hues of oranges, giving much needed moisture to the barren landscape of the Excelsior Farm in the Namib Rand conservancy, Namibia. The already spectacular landscape of Namibia takes on an even more spectacular mood underneath epic, stormy light.
Geislerspitzen by Tobias Richter - The peaks of the Geisler mountain range appear in the warm light of the low evening sun while Swiss pine trees cast long shadows in the picture’s foreground. The panorama captures the northern side of the Dolomite Alps seen from the Glatsch Alm at the end of the Vilnöß Valley.
Geislerspitzen by Tobias Richter