Travel Photography Photos tagged as photography and landscapes
Light and shadows....what one sees on a hike in the desert.
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Driftwood on the beach in Old Woman Bay, Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontario.
Desparate for drink Bill climbed to the top of a huge palm tree, kicked the largest coconut out of the bunch , jumped to the beach below and chewed the top off with his historically sharp ensisors to get at the precious milk nectar within.
Acrocorinth (Akrokorinthos) is one of the most important medieval castle sites of Greece. It rises about 570 meters above the surrounding plain and was the acropolis of the ancient city of Corinth (Korinthos).
Eretria - Evia, Greece.
Elysion - Greece
We hiked it! Wow! What an amazing journey, and one of the best personal acheivements I've accomplished.
Hohenzollern Castle is in the south of Germany and was the ancestral seat of the kings of Prussia and German Emperors. It is the highest point for miles around and is distinctive on the horizon approaching from any direction. The hill has been occupied for centuries, but the present castle was rebuilt in the early 1800s. It is still owned jointly by the heads of the Prussian and Swabian royal families.
Perhaps, Twelve Apostles is the most famous attraction site in Australia.
Volissos is the largest and most important village of the northern (less travelled and discovered) part of the island of Hios. There you can find some fine examples of traditional architecture, a castle above the village and one of the best guest houses in Greece. You also have at your disposal more than 10 km of beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters only 2 km far from the village. You can use Volissos as a base to explore the almost isolated villages of Northern Hios where every day life seems to have stuck in the 50's. At Kourounia, a village about 15 km from Volissos you can taste the famous from the ancient years, Ariousios Oinos, the local wine, that's been produced, almost in the same way it did from the time of Homer