Photo Series: More of My Favorite Watery Landscapes

I always seem to be drawn to the water when I travel and I’m not quite sure why. Maybe it’s from my childhood growing up near the mountains, but anytime I’m near water I’m just a happier person. Whether it’s the ocean, a lake or even a river, my adventures on the water are some of my most prized memories. For this week’s photo series I thought I’d share just some of the many amazing watery destinations I’ve had the great pleasure to visit over the years.

paradise
Bermuda
Antarctica
Antarctica
Cafe Buza Dubrovnik Croatia
Dubrovnik Croatia
Pak Ou Caves laos
Laos
Chapman's Peak Drive Cape Town
South Africa
Inch Beach Ireland
Ireland
Stingray City, Grand Cayman
Grand Cayman
photo Stromatolite
Western Australia
Challenge At Manele Lanai Hawaii
Lanai
Aruba sunset
Aruba

 

Tower Bridge London UK
London
Krka National Park Croatia
Croatia
Molle Sweden
Molle, Sweden
Curacao sunset
Curacao
Island Italy
Northern Italy
Senglea Malta
Malta
Eleuthera Bahamas
Eleuthera, Bahamas
kayaking england lake district
Lake District, England
Dead Sea Jordan
Dead Sea, Jordan
Felucca Egypt
Egypt
Iceland
Iceland
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Whitsundays Queensland Australia
Queensland
Cambodia
Cambodia
spirit island maligne lake alberta canada
Alberta, Canada
Pont du Gard France
Pont du Gard, France
Venice Italy
Venice
Chincoteague Virginia
Chincoteague, Virginia
Northern ireland
Northern Ireland
alm Cove Queensland Australia
Queensland, Australia
Zadar Croatia sunset
Zadar, Croatia
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By: Matt Long

Matt has a true passion for travel. As someone who has a bad case of the travel bug, Matt travels the world in order to share tips on where to go, what to see and how to experience the best the world has to offer. Also follow Matt on Twitter, Facebook and

2 Responses

  1. Anne Reilly

    Lovely pictures! Water is my “happy place”, too. Will finally be getting to visit the Plitvice Lakes of Croatia in September.

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  2. Raul

    Amazing photos – very evocative. Makes me want to create a to do list of the ones I haven’t been to yet!

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