Norway is known as the fjord capital of the world. Exploring its breathtaking landscapes never gets old, especially with the picturesque view of the tall mountains, its lush greens, and peaceful waters. For those who don’t have the privilege of witnessing these spectacular views personally, worry not, for Tomasz Furmanek’s photographs can transport you right in the middle of the beautiful fjords even if you’re halfway across the world.
Tomasz Furmanek is a Polish photographer living in Norway. When he goes kayaking around the area where he lives, he straps a GoPro camera on his helmet and a Sony camera in front of his kayak and takes photos of his adventures. According to him, “You get close to nature in a kayak and can experience things that is not possible while hiking”.
Here are some of the breathtaking photos he took during his countless kayaking adventures:
54 Pristine Beaches That Are Perfect for a Summer Getaway
Hawaii, Boracay, Carribean Islands. These are just some of the most popular beach getaways for tourists and locals alike when they want to get away from the urban jungle during summer or even just for short holidays. But unbeknownst to some, there are still many other beaches across the world which offer the same kind of experience - clear, blue waters, fine, white sand, and breathtaking landscapes - without the throng of people of course.
Let's take a look at these heavenly places. Who knows, maybe you can spend your next holiday in one of these spots?
Linapacan Island, Palawan, Philippines
Mysterious Ancient Fortress in The Middle of a Siberian Lake Baffles Experts
Por-Bajin, which has baffled scholars for decades, is considered one of the most mysterious archaeological sites in Russia.
Por-Bajin (which also goes by the name, "Por-Bazhyn") is considered one of the most mysterious archaeological sites in Russia.
The ancient fortress — which scholars estimate must have been constructed around 757 AD — engulfs an island in the middle of Tere-Khol Lake. It's 2,300 meters above sea level in the mountains of southern Siberia. It's close to the Mongolian border.
It occupies 3.5 hectares.
Imagine Being Royalty At 12 of the World’s Most Spectacular Castles
Live it big like kings and queens.
One of the great things about being a tourist is getting to see all manner of unusual things not common in your own country.
Like castles, for instance. Really unique, unusual ones that tower over you and make you feel like you've been thrown back to the last century, and are one of the denizens of the keep, maybe even royalty.
Here are 12 of most dramatic and striking citadels from around the world to see on your next trip:...