Beautiful Nature Photos

Nature has many different faces. Today we’re presenting the bright side with beautiful set of nature photography. Take a look at majestic mountains, crystal clear lakes, colorful fields, refreshing waterfalls, romantic sunsets and untouched rain forests.

We all know it requires a talented photographer to make the max out of such sceneries. There are many different factors affecting the final result … such as angle, light, timing etc. Check the showcase below and get inspired … I am sure you’ll agree these photos are just brilliant.

Devero lake by Francesco Favalesi

Green lines. Kireevsk, Russia, 2011 by belkoff

Vineyards at sunrise by Anita Stizzoli

Blue in Brown by S. S.

Horseland by Gabriele Gaspardis

After the rain by Alvar Astúlez

Boneyard Falls by Peter Hill

Cracking Eclipse by Arild Heitmann

Color Splash by Luba Fayngersh

Leaves and Lichen by Kurt Budliger

Red Gold Mist by Al Bowering

Copper Fields by Jessica Jenney

Autumn Kissed by Jessica Jenney

Reflection of Avalanche Lake by Bernard Chen

Glacier’s Cascades by Bernard Chen

Bear Rocks Sunrise by Bernard Chen

fog … by il won choi

Winter Dawn by Adam Barker

PAPUMA by Kurnia Saktiyono

Calming Chaos by Ian Plant

The Crack by Ian Plant

Explosion by Ian Plant

Tree of life by Sasi – smit

Face Canyon2 by ChadStewart

Vintgar Gorge by Dan Ballard

Jane Bald – Roan Highlands Rhododendron Blooms by Dave Allen

1,000 words are not enough by Aaron Reed

King of the mountains by Bernard Chen

Autumn Flow by Sean Bagshaw

Lake Reflection by Pete

Wanaka – That Tree #2 by Brad Grove

Remnant of Chaos by STEPHEN EMERSON

Fall at Elowah by Scott Smorra

Tuscan sunrise by Xavier Jamonet

El trigo en primavera by Alvar Astúlez

Somewhere.. in heaven by Alberto Luppichini

Magic forest by Emmanuel Dautriche

*** by Mikheil Pitiurishvili

“Autumn Calm” Brockway Lake, Lower Michigan by John McCormick

Sky by Jiusong Zhang

Tuscan spring 10 by Daniel Řeřicha

Sculpted Rocks by Scott Snyder Photography

breaking the rules by ildiko neer

happiness of life by ildiko neer

Field and Blue Sky by Paul McGee

Reflection by ingeun Nam

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Pavol Janovicek

With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.

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