Popular Headland Destinations
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- Bali is a province of Indonesia and the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Located east of Java and west of Lombok, the province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan.
- Plougasnou is a commune in the Finistère department in Brittany in northwestern France, located about 75 kilometres east of Brest. Plougasnou is northeast of the town of Plouezoc'h, north of Lanmeur and west of Saint-Jean-du-Doigt. It had a population of 3,197 inhabitants in 2016. Inhabitants of Plougasnou are called Plouganistes.
- Waterville, historically known as Coirean, is a village in County Kerry, Ireland, on the Iveragh Peninsula. The town is sited on a narrow isthmus, with Lough Currane on the east side of the town, and Ballinskelligs Bay on the west, and the Currane River connecting the two.
- Costa Rica, officially the Republic of Costa Rica, is a country in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north, the Caribbean Sea to the northeast, Panama to the southeast, the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, and Ecuador to the south of Cocos Island.
- Madeira, officially the Autonomous Region of Madeira, is one of the two autonomous regions of Portugal. It is an archipelago situated in the north Atlantic Ocean, in a region known as Macaronesia, just under 400 kilometres to the north of the Canary Islands and 700 kilometres west of Morocco.
- Muriwai, also called Muriwai Beach, is a coastal community on the west coast of the Auckland Region in the North Island of New Zealand. The black-sand surf beach and surrounding area is a popular recreational area for Aucklanders. Gannets nest there in a large colony on the rocks. The New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage gives a translation of "water's end" for Muriwai.
- Urupukapuka Island is the largest island in the Bay of Islands of New Zealand, located about 7.3 km from Paihia. The island is a popular stopover point for tour boats to the Hole in the Rock and is also serviced by ferries for day trips from Paihia and Russell.
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Estuve visitando Sudáfrica con mi familia. Esta foto es en el Cabo de la Buena Esperanza, me detuve a sacar fotos de las montañas y acantilados y de repente apareció el arco iris. Fue un espectáculo para toda la gente que estaba allí presente.
This photo is a part of a project I created this year called Aerials of Thailand, in which I wanted to bring to the spotlight the most stunning places in this amazing, diverse country and show them from drone’s perspective. For now it consists of serveal, highly curated phtoographs. This project will be continued. Stay tuned.
Can anyone spot the cabin on the cliff? Hell of a place to build a house! This photo is taken from a small cliffside near Ramuh Pohon treehouse. Woke up at 4am to do the 1 hour drive across Nusa Penida to catch the sun rise. This is the view of Atuh Beach from above. We keep seeing photos of a naked cliff even though there are definitely guard rails. Not sure if it’s photoshop or it’s a slightly different cliffside a few dozen meters away. If there is such a spot, we missed it. If you go and find it, let us know!
- Part of a 30 days streak of Unsplash uploads - Where I grew up, on the South Shore of France. Where mountains meet sea. Where land meet water. Jp Valery is one of the best photographers in Montréal, QC. He’s a self-taught photographer passionate by his craft. He’s available for hire - no projects are too big or too small - and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t hesitate to contact Jp Valery if you’re looking for a talented photographer in Montreal, Quebec with great photography services.
After a few hours of hiking, I came to a tall point thickly covered in trees. There was no path, so I struggled to reach the outer edge of a cliff only to realize the view was completely obstructed by trees. Determined to see something I stood on a branch and raised my camera above my head and clicked a few times. This crazy cloudscape was the result!