I love the last Amy’s photo for this week’s Lens-Artists challenge the most. Vitamin SEA is the way to be, with some lakes thrown in for good measure.
I’m in my Slovenia for the summer and just tomorrow I’m about to visit one of them, Lake Bled, where Larkin Poe from Atlanta, Georgia, will perform at the Okarina festival for free. Here’s a preview. There is still time. You know you wanna.
I’m a water baby and here is a collection of some of my favourite sea and lake views, starting with some old ones. Without the sea where would we be?
Lefkas island, Greece. 300 steps to the beach. My only week on a sailboat. Toward the island Vis in Croatia. Same sailing trip. A black sail spotted. One of the most surprising seascapes: Lulworth Cove, Dorset, UK. My friend revisiting our beach after 20 years. We practically grew up here. Duba, Pelješac, Croatia. Duba harbour. We spent our Augusts here as kids. Island Krk, Croatia. My sea now, behind a lake. Tuscany. Our beach. Ansedonia and Monte Argentario peninsulas in the back. An island off Monte Argentario. Capodimonte on Lake Bolsena, Italy. The west is the best. Orbetello lagoon, Tuscany. It was March, the flamingos were gone. The same west, another coast, another country: Piran, Slovenia. Sharing the lake with ducks. Lake Bohinj, Slovenia. Photo: amore. Same lake Bohinj at the other end. Lake Podpeč near Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, in December floods. Lake Velenje. “Bathing and skating at your own risk. No dog swimming.” I suppose they can still skate. The same lake as tomorrow: Lake Bled. Intermittent Lake Cerknica in May. No name sea. No features. No tweaks. My favourite kind.
For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by
Amy at THE WORLD IS A BOOK…: Seascapes and/or Lakeshore