A few nice beautiful photography images I found:
Image by Community Photography ‘now & then’
More than anything Street Photography is an attitude, it is an openness to being amazed by what comes your way, it is unlearning the habit of categorising and dismissing the everyday as being ‘just the everyday’ and beginning to recognise that extraordinary, beautiful and subtle stories are occurring in front of you everyday of your life if you can see them.
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Beautiful in brown
Image by San Diego Shooter
Image by lsten
At the foothills of The Black Cuillins are the Fairy Pools, a series of small waterfalls and crystal clear ponds on the River Brittle. Photogenic and very scenic hiking trail follows the stream and offers visitors beautiful views. Promoted as one of the most magical places in the Scotland, place you need to see before you die and so forth it is guaranteed you are not alone.
We visited the pools late Saturday afternoon and by some miracle managed to find a space to park our car. Equipped with hiking boots, we spent 2 hours walking upstream, enjoying views an Scottish spring weather (only sleet and rain, no hailstorms this time). Muddy path made sure 90% of the visitors hiked only up to first pool and turned back, missing the most beautiful scenes.
Even though weather wasn’t on our side, I managed to grab quite nice picture of the most famous pool.
Taken April 2017.