Storm in the making by Pedro Moura Pinheiro, Kiev Airport 2008.
Los Yungas, world´s most dangerous road. From La Cumbre to Coroico, Bolivia.
Photo by Ravi J., 2007
Greece Santorini, 2012 by Andrew Smith, Cuba Gallery.
Time-out at the Tannerhof Hotel in Bayrischzell, Germany.
Photo taken using an Apple iPhone 4 by Sabine Butterblume
Panorama d’Eze by Gabriel Deschamps (French, b. 1919)
Oil on canvas, 65.5 x 100 cm
Paragliding at 1,900 meters in Ölüdeniz, Turkey
Photo by Sina Demiral, 2007
Coastline from the Hotel Polumbo, Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Italy.
Photo by Richard Nowitz. National Geographic
Photo of Lake Bled at dawn, Slovenia by Marko Trebusak/Alamy.
A glacial lake in the Julian Alps in northwestern Slovenia and features a small island in the middle which is home to the Assumption of Mary Pilgrimage Church.
Winter Landscape by Caspar David Friedrich, c.1811
Discovered in a private collection in 1982, Friedrich’s moody Winter Landscape was acquired by the National Gallery five years later. The painting appeared identical in nearly every respect to a version that had been in the Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, Dortmund since 1940. Yet only one version of the composition was recorded in 19th-century documents, so which painting was the original? Read more here
The mountains of Mallorca covered in snow. Photo by Andres Nieto Porras.
The building seen on top of Puig Major is a military radar tower, built and installed by the Americans in 1958. There are doubts about the nature of military installations and whether the responsibility lies with the Spanish or American army. Presumably Spanish military use.
The Grotto of Time Lost by Michal Karcz, Karezoid.
Tatra Mountains in Poland, sept 2012
Photo of the lighthouse situated on the southern shore of Kangaroo Island, South Australia by Dominic Kamp