Europe is a relatively small continent (only Australia being smaller), but as small as it is, it is culturally quite diverse and perhaps has more fascinating cities and beautiful landscapes than any other continent.
If you’re not from Europe, or geography is not your forte, you might want to have a look at the map, so here it comes:
Europe is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. The eastern borders of Europe are arbitrary. It is usually considered that the Ural and Caucasus mountains, the Caspian and Black Seas and the Turkish Straits separate Europe from Asia.
Have a look at some of my photos taken in Europe:
Mt. Aksla in Ålesund offers some amazing photo opportunities. I think that most often photographers visiting that great spot go for a wide angle composition, showing the old part of the town with the Brosundet channel, the sea and the surrounding mountains. […]
This is another photo from the beautiful suburb of Dublin in Ireland. I took from the Howth Harbour and it shows the picturesque island called Ireland’s Eye, or Inis Mac Neasáin in Irish. The structure that you see in the center of the frame is called a Martello tower […]
This is the beautiful skyline of San Giorgio Maggiore Island in the Venetian Lagoon. The Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, which you can see in the photo, was designed by Andrea Palladio in the 16th century. Perhaps you haven’t heard about Palladio yet […]
This is the view from the Drachenfels peak, on the left side of the Rhine you see the former German capital Bonn, on the right – the town of Königswinter. In the full resolution on the horizon you can recognize the skyline of Cologne with the famous cathedral. The Drachenfels, meaning Dragon’s Rock in German, is a peak in the Siebengebirge range […]