Category Archives: Landscape


First cold in the bog

First cold night in one of the bogs in Soomaa National Park has cast its magic on one of the ponds and covered it with a fragile patterned and glossy cover. Check out my other […]

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Last light

Colorful autumn bog enjoying the last rays of sunlight before the sun disappears behind the treeline (Soomaa National Park, Estonia).Check out my other images of Estonian bog landscape from the gallery–

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Cape St. Vincent during sunset

Strong wind from Cape St. Vincent blowing over the patches of small plants covering the rocky cliffs and rolling big waves towards the cliff island near the shore. Check out more images of Portugal from […]

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Colorful sky during sunrise

Once in a while there is a chance to enjoy breathtakingly colorful sky during dawn when the clouds start to turn red to match the color of the moss surrounding the bog pond. The spectacle […]

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Misty morning in the bog

The nights are already cold at the start of autumn and usually thick mist is covering the bog landscape during night which is quickly dissolved once the sun rises. The only sounds breaking the eerie […]

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Electric blue summer night sky

Electric blue noctilucent clouds reflecting from the bog pond

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Sunset at Harilaid

Windy evening at Harilaid where the sun has just set and flurries of wind are sending wave after wave to the beach

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Bended by the wind

Wind from the sea is bending the light straws growing at the edge of the beach to its direction after the sunset (Harilaid, Saaremaa)

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Mesquite Sand Dunes

There are also sand dunes present in the Death Valley National Park. Unfortunately the site was overcrowded and all of the dunes had footprints on top of them during sunset.

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Badwater Basin

Badwater Basin salt flats are one of the most famous sites in Death Valley National Park. The lowest point of the valley is 86 meters below sea level. Rare rainfall covers the bottom of the […]

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