I love taking pictures just as much as watching them. They take me back to the places we visited and back to those moments we enjoyed so much. From year to year we try to capture the incredible beauty of the world. Here’s the collection of our best shots from 2017 – enjoy!
Best landscape photo
Alone in the wild and unspoilt landscape of Eastern Iceland.
Best beach photo
Hiking above Praia da Marinha in Algarve, Portugal.
Best canyon photo
Again, a hidden beauty of Eastern Iceland: Stuðlagil, The Basalt Column Canyon.
Best rainbow photo
We don’t like rain but if that’s what we need for views like this then let it be… 😀
Best waterfall photo
Hafragilsfoss, an impressive giant in Jökulsárgljúfur Canyon, Northern Iceland.
Best foggy photo
The High Tatras have their charm even in bad weather.
Best lake photo
But that charm is even more powerful in good weather. 😛 This peaceful scene is from Lake Poprad in the High Tatras.
Best forest photo
Morning light in the forest – somewhere in the Alps.
Best colorful scene
Kerlingarfjöll Mountains in the Highlands of Iceland.
Best stormy photo
Storm is coming in the Alps.
Best castle photo
Lednice, a fairy tale castle of Moravia, Czechia.
Best small town photo
Hiking above Hallstatt in the Austrian Alps.
Best architecture photo
The play of light in beautiful Jerónimos Monastery, Lisbon.
Best park scene
Morning walk in Łazienki Park, Warsaw.
Best sunset photo
Sunset in the Westfjords of Iceland.
Best blue hour photo
Praia da Ursa is one of the most romantic beaches we’ve seen in Portugal.
Best animal photo
A puffin – could it be anything else? 😀
Best macro photo
Best reflection photos
We can’t decide between the amazing colors of the Westfjords and the cold solitude of Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. Can you?
Best wildflower photo
Summer in the High Tatras National Park of Slovakia.
Best autumn photo
Sunshine just makes the world more beautiful.
Best romantic photo
Isn’t it the perfect place for a marriage proposal? Though we had ours years ago but we enjoyed walking on Langaholt Beach with snowcapped Snæfellsjökull volcano in the background. (Yes, Iceland.)
What kind of pictures do you like taking or watching?