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Lagoon Prokopiou /Strofilia forest /Achaia prefecture /West Peloponese /Greece.
Our first close up of the Vatnajokull glacier, Europes largest, this was at the lesser known lagoon of Fjallsarlon.
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La laguna, in questa stagione, al tramonto sa regalare riflessi metallici che mi hanno da sempre rapito il cuore.
I've always been fascinated by the metallic colors that the lagoon can offer at dusk in this season.
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Jokulsarlon Lagoon at Sunset
You could just go mental while photographing Jokulsarlon Lagoon. After seals showtime, here comes the sunset. And "the boat" (the nickname I gave to this iceberg" would be my point of interest. Funny though the boat remained there next day too.
One thing for certain: the night was approaching and chances for northern lights were increased. Heart was pumping pretty fast...
Nikon D800 & Nikkor 16-35 F4 VR
Post Production with Lightroom, Nik Software and CS6
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Lagoon beach on Lord howe Island. Taken just off the main Rd, handheld with my polariser filter cranked right up for emphasis on the coral.
Olu Deniz remains one of the most photographed beaches on the Mediterranean. It has a secluded sandy bay at the mouth of Olu Deniz, on a blue lagoon.[ The lagoon is a national nature reserve and building is strictly prohibited. Olu Deniz is famous for its shades of turquoise and aquamarine, and is an official blue flag beach, and is frequently rated among the top 5 beaches in the world by Travelers and Tourism Journals alike. As our apartment is 2 miles away from here I am lucky enough to be a regular visitor :-)
Explore Oct 16, 2008
Una delle lagune salate nell'imenso deserto degli altipiani meridionali della Bolivia a 4.300 mt di altirudine. ( 8 scatti a mosaico per ottenere qesta panoramica, realizzata con con Panorama Maker))
Gli altipiani meridionali della Bolivia, dal Salar de Uyuni alla Laguna Verde, Laguna Colorada, Sol de Mañana, Deserto di Siloli.
Un circuitodi 5 giorni tra i 3800 e i 4900 metri sul livello del mare, con una natura intatta che fa pensare di essere agli albori della creazione.
Bolivia Southern Highlands from Salar de Uyuni to Green Lagoon, Red Lagoon, Sol de Mañana and Siloli Desert. High Route (from 3600 to 4900 mt above sea level), uncontaminated environment, wonder of nature that reminds the dowinig of creation.
Along the Pandora Track....It's nice that there is a new lagoon bridge installed.
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I would love to put my name on this one. . .a narrow calle at the back leading onto the last ponte, an open view of the lagoon (sigh) imagine!!!!
Here’s another seven (portrait) image panorama… captured on Saturday evening… about fifteen minutes after sunset.
After watching (and photographing) a pretty darn uninspiring sunset from this exact same location… I was very glad that I decided to stick around for a while afterwards… I really like how those pink clouds are reflected in the water of the lagoon!
Nikon D300, Sigma 18-200mm at 44mm, aperture of f16, with a 1/2 second exposure.
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Panorama of the blue water and sky sitting over the white sands of the Aitutaki Lagoon and making a very scenic view. The shots were taken during the day cruis on the Vaka Cruise, Aitutaki, Cook Islands.
Color inversion of a photo of the 6,000-square-foot lagoon at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. The lagoon is a shady spot alongside the French Broad River.
the area underneath the water at Abbott's Lagoon (about 200 acres in total) is federally designated wilderness, but the surrounding lands are all working ranches. doesn't make a whole lot of sense.
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