Tag: Nature photography

10 Unforgettable Scenes From Yellowstone National Park

Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is the oldest one in the world. And it’s also one of the most unique, colorful and beautiful national parks we’ve ever been to. Located in 3 states, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana, it’s vast and there’s a lot to see. In this photo essay we show you our favorite…
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Spring In Buda Hills & Pilis Mountains, Hungary

Living in Budapest, our closest hiking getaway is the Buda Hills and Pilis Mountains. Their highest peaks being around 500-700 meters, they are not even real mountains. Still they are ideal for enjoying the outdoors, they have green forests and nice scenic trails. And they lie right at our doorstep. We especially like hiking there…
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12 Beautiful Spring Scenes

Noticing the first spring flowers is always a joyful event for us. Not just because I like photographing flowers, but also because the best part of the year for us starts with these flowers. I don’t know about you, but we don’t really like winter here in Hungary. Some of the snowy days could be…
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14 Fairy Tale Winter Scenes

The best thing about winter is snow. We usually haven’t had much of that in Hungary, at least in the past decade. Maybe that’s why we like winter much more up in the mountains. Like in the Tatras. Or the Alps. (Okay, I’m obsessed with mountains any time of the year, anyway.) The landscapes there…
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Photo Essay: Foggy High Tatras

How is your relationship with fog? As a hiker, I hate it. I’d rather choose rain and wind than fog, because at least one can see something then. Well, no one asks me in the first place. On the other hand, rain and fog often goes hand in hand in the high mountains. But as…
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Photographing Waterfalls And Running Water

I love waterfalls. And I love photographing them, too. Since I bought my new camera – the first one that I dare calling a professional camera (a Fujifilm X-T2 Mirrorless) – I started practicing on waterfalls enthusiastically. I still don’t have a tripod though, I usually just put my camera down somewhere if needed. Or…
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Our Best Photos Of 2018

Every year’s end is another chance for reflections and new plans. Year after year, we share our best travel photos this time – as we reflect on our year, and in the hopes that they will inspire you for the upcoming year. 2018 was not just a year full of natural beauties, but also a…
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Lost In Nature: Australia

When we were dreaming about Australia, we were dreaming about a paradise of pure blue and green (and orange). The countless shades of the ocean, the rainforest and the desert. Since it’s a vast continent, we didn’t have time to see the desert this time. But we’ve seen all the fabulous shades of blue and…
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Lost In Nature: Romania

Considering Romania is our neighboring country, it took quite a while until we first visited it. Exactly 29 years. But this year, we visited it twice, and hopefully, we won’t wait too long before our next visit. Because there are so many wonderful things we’ve seen there – and even more that we haven’t. As…
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