Beauty of Art and Images for you
On this page, I search for my readers the art, the beauty, the creativity, the impressionism …. where are, in our life
The beauty of the images of nature
(4) Beauty of the islands
I was looking for you – my dear friends – images that bring together the beauty of nature, the sweetness of water, the grandiose reliefs and the beauty of photography.
I hope you find a great pleasure
Trindade is a volcanic island off the coast of Brazil, on the Atlantic Ocean. It is an archipelago with Martim Vaz. The distance from the nearest Brazilian mainland coast is 1167 km, and its area is 9.2 km2.
Author: Simone Marinho . Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Island of Mljet – national park Mljet, the most forested Croatian islands in the Adriatic Sea
Author: Karel Hrdina . Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Koltur, Faroe Islands, Atlantic Ocean, Denmark
Author: Erik Christensen . Source: commons.wikimedia.org
THE ABANDONED « SEA-ROCK RESTAURANT » OFF THE SHORES OF NAKADOMARI VILLAGE, JUST SOUTH OF MOON BEACH
two sister restaurants built at the same time by the same owner back in 1967 — THE SEA SIDE DRIVE IN and the SEA ROCK RESTAURANT.
The first lives on to this day, while the second died an early death.
When old Soba arrived on Okinawa back in 1973, the SEA ROCK RESTAURANT pictured above was already an abandoned fixture along Okinawa’s busy west coast. Japan, East China Sea
Author: Okinawa Soba (Rob) . Source: flickr.com
Aerial view of Boldt Castle and some of the Thousand Islands in the Saint Lawrence River, on the border between the United States and Canada
Author: Teresa Mitchell . Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Jellyfish Lake on Eil Malk Island, Palau, in the Pacific Ocean. Looking west-northwest with some coral and rock islets in the background. The Seventy Island Preserve is just visible in the upper left on the horizon. At the bottom of the image, in the lake, the numerous bright dots are the jellyfish.
Author: Lukas from Munich, Germany . Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Island of Vulcano, from Quattrocchi, Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Italy
Author: Filippo Parisi. Source: commons.wikimedia.org