The business district of Paris, taken from top of the Arc de Triomphe. The location is a few kilometers away from where I took the photo. So I took the opportunity to use a telephoto lens and captured the sunset just behind the La Défense towers. The colours were amazing! Most famous and tallest building of La Défense such as Tour First, Tour Total and Société Générale Twin Towers can be seen from the photo.
This is the Aldeyjarfoss, an enormous waterfall flowing between a canyon of basalt formations.
Bruges is one of the most picturesque cities of Europe. The evening reflections on the canal are beautiful.
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Sunset at Saint-Emilion, France.
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Passo Gardena at sunset. Italian alps has one of the most magnificent landscapes in Europe.
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Château de Marqueyssac is only open for a few days each year for visitors in sunset time. We were among the lucky group. Watching the sunset in the gardens was amazing!
Brühl’s Terrace – spectecular place in Dresden, Germany especially for architectural photography. It is said that Brühl’s Terrace is the “The Balcony of Europe”.
Playa de Las Catedrales – Beach of the cathedrals sunset.
The Spanish beach is located in the Ribadeo municipality, in the province of Lugo (Galicia), on the Cantabric coast, and it lies about ten kilometres to the west from the town of Ribadeo. Its name is derived from the formations of its cliffs.
Lonely lover from Venice Carnival
AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/4G ED VR
Happy Valentine’s Day!
A view of Istanbul skyline with Maiden’s Tower in the front. Picture is taken just after the sunset.
The Maiden’s Tower is located 150-200 meters off the shore of the Salacak district in Uskudar, Istanbul, Turkey. Although it is not definite as to when the Maiden’s Tower was built, the tower’s architectural style is said by some sources to be from around 340 BCE.
A great sunset captured in Étretat, Normandy, France.
The extraordinary and monumental aspect of Étretat’s cliffs of chalk almost pristine white beaches of pebble gray made it an international tourism scene. Painters such as Gustave Courbet, Eugène Boudin and Claude Monet have contributed greatly to its advertising,