After three days exploring the northern Scottish Highlands following the North Coast 500 route (see here the part I, part II and part III), we arrived to Inverness in a very cold and grey afternoon. It was June, but the weather seemed very wintry for us and the city didn’t look very […]Read More
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This last week has been really cold in Dublin and I wasn’t feeling very well. I couldn’t go out but I’ve been catching up with some photos from this summer. I finally found some time to review and edit some of the photos I took during my trip to Scotland […]Read More
One year ago I published the first post in this blog. I was really nervous and excited. Nervous, because I’m very shy and it was a bit strange to share my photos with the whole world and in a language that isn’t my mother tongue… But it’s always exciting to share the photographs […]Read More
A few weeks ago I showed you some of the waterfalls I found in Northern Iceland. Today, I want to show you a few more. The first one is Skógafoss, located in South Iceland. This is one of the tallest waterfall of the country, with a height of 60m. The legend says […]Read More
When you travel around Iceland you see many waterfalls… A lot!! Some of them are just trickles of water melting from glaciers in the mountains, others are huge and thunderous and majestic. All of them are beautiful. Trying to choose the most beautiful ones to write about them is very […]Read More