Posts from the ‘photography of water’ Category
Pan-di-Zucchero (Sugar Bread) is a 133 meter-high limestone rock in the sea of Nebida, South West Sardegna.
Once a mine of lead and silver, nowadays a climber paradise.
And a sight magnet at every hour of the day.
Pictures shot from the locations of Masua, Porto Corallo and Porto Flavia. Click to enlarge.
The Sulcis region in the South-West of Sardegna (Italy) is pointed with rocky coves, industrial relics popping out of the seashores and crystal clear waters. Have a view on all the colors of water below.
Blue waters of Bobbe beach, San Pietro island.
Gold and emerald in Porto Paglia (Fluminimaggiore) and Torre Canai (Sant’Antioco)
Porto Flavia mines out of the cliffs (look for the tower) in Masua and Nebida industrial remains just ashore.
The depths of Punta banda (Nebida) and Tueredda beach (Chia).
Transparencies of Canale Cala Lunga (San Pietro)
Pictures shot with Olympus TG-1 while gladly snorkeling Sardegna warm seas. Click each picture to feel the water .
Niagara falls are described as the 8th natural wonder of the world.
Indeed they are worth the car ride from Toronto: here above the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls, with some tourists queuing for the cruise.
Niagara falls downtown is also a wonder … of its kind.
Water again: Niagara falls from the Canadian side and Maid of the Mist approaching the huge Horseshoe falls.
Niagara … fallen.
Finally, into the Horseshoe Falls with the Canadian Horn Blower!
Niagara Falls are a majestic natural wonder … with some awkward neighborhoods 😀 Click each picture to enlarge.
From the blue sky of Pilatus Kulm …
… down towards the Vierwaldstättersee.
Then by gondola above the woods,
back to the flatland …
… back to Lucerne and the blue of its Roiss river.
Click each picture to enlarge.