One of the more photogenic places I have been in Europe is a national park in Croatia called Plitvice Lakes. This park consists of 16 lakes of various sizes connected by cascading waterfalls. Because of the high calcium content of the water in the lakes, the lake bottoms are milky white and the water is a milky blue-green.
In this photo one of the many winding paths leads through a tunnel of trees along the shoreline of one of the lakes . My friend and I started our park tour very early and we almost had the park to ourselves. Two hours later, the paths were crawling with tourists and, as I’ve thought before, I felt that Europe would be a lot more pleasant if it weren’t for the tourists. But wait! I’m a tourist, too, aren’t I?
Canon 5D 1/50s f/4.0 ISO500 105mm