Nowadays Iceland is becoming a bit too popular among tourists and photographers alike. All of these big and beautiful waterfalls as well as other famous places have been photographed far too many times over the years.
This waterfall is the famous Skogafoss - a place I first visited when I was starting a trek in the Icelandic highlands. The number of tourists in front of the falls at that time scared me so fast that I couldn't even enjoy it. A month later I ended up again there simply by chance as I was hitchhiking towards another destination and it got too dark to continue...
Truth is I have never intended to photograph this waterfall for the reason pointed above... BUT when I woke up early in the morning and was the only person out there, facing this huge white mass of water... well this time it got me. I loaded my camera on a tripod, set the timer and ran as fast as I could to get as further away as possible and try to show at least a tiny bit of the glory of this spectacular waterfall. In the end I understood why photographers still photograph this place over and over again - it just pulls you in...
Simeon Patarozliev, Bulgaria
....If I saw you in heaven.... [TOP100]
Валери Симов, Bulgaria
В ожидании Персеидов [TOP100]
Krasi Matarov, Bulgaria
Mariya Dimitrova (Mery Core), Bulgaria
Таня Маркова, Bulgaria
Peaks of Rila
Rila mountain seen from Mussala peak
Иван Миладинов, Bulgaria
Irina Kostova, Bulgaria
Lake Bled, Slovenia
Radoslav Stoilov, Bulgaria
A Favorite meander of mine.
Nikolay Alexiev, Bulgaria
Пролетни минзухари край Муратово езеро (2230) | Muratovo lake (2230) | Pirin national park | Bulgaria
Emil Rashkovski, Bulgaria
Picture taken in heavy snowfall. Shot is passing bus
Desislava Ignatova, Bulgaria
Bobby Kostadinov, Bulgaria
Kalin Kostov, Bulgaria
Ivan Kavaldzhiev, Bulgaria
Симеон Симеонов, Bulgaria
This is my grandma. I took the shot while she was doing her everyday job, feeding the chickens.
Maria Taneva, Bulgaria
In less than a hundred years, we have found a new way to think of ourselves. From sitting at the center of the universe, we now find ourselves orbiting an average-sized sun, which is just one of millions of stars in our own Milky Way galaxy.
Tv - 1/500
Av - f10
Focal - 170 mm
ISO - 100
Georgi Slavov, Bulgaria
Love is all around
These are European ground squirrels- it was a great pleasure to take a few pictures of this family.
Todorka is a massive peak in the Pirin Mountains of south-western Bulgaria. It is the only peak of the Todorka side ridge and has a summit elevation of 2746 m above sea level.
Todorka is the 11th highest peak in Pirin and is made of granite. It is massive truncated pyramid with three peak points -
Golyama (Big 2746 m), Sredna (Middle 2706 m) and Malka (Little - 2712 m) Todorka.
Petko Boyadzhiev, Bulgaria
"In the present I only have my past, future is just a wishful thinking"
Ivaylo Ivanov, Bulgaria
I used the natural light just before getting dark, placing the model close to the window and worked on enhancing her frekkles.
Doroteya Ivanova, Bulgaria
Никем не замечаемый человек в инвалидной коляске
Denis Buchel (Денис Бучель), Bulgaria
Fish Lake - Rila Mountain - Bulgaria
Veselin Yanchev, Bulgaria
Elena Bozhichkova, Bulgaria
Едвин Адамов, Bulgaria
Winter scene of beauty
A dying sun in a winter day :))
Vanina Petrova, Bulgaria
Ina Stanisheva, Bulgaria
Здравствуйте ,я из Болгарий и мой руский язьйк не хороший.Ето фото сделано на озеро Батак,Болгария.
Dimitar Dimitrov, Bulgaria
Stefka Milusheva, Bulgaria
Ballerina and the red Vespa.
Pride and Beauty
The half-savage peafowls live in the Czech capital’s historic centre in harmony with people around. Worth following! – there are some other European capitals where the same creatures should be tortured (even killed) with no compunction.