Curves are nice, attractive and fun, aren’t they? I love them too,  especially in nature. This image comes from Croatian National Park – Plitvice Lakes. If you want to visit it, just follow the snake. 

©Paula Borkovic


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    • There are a few viewing points in the Park. I was on one 🙂 Thank you, Lisa. It’s on the Unesco Heritage list.


    • It is, absolutely, when you are not pushed around by other visitors- It tends to get very crowded in summer.


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    • I’m very grateful for your comment, Meg and so happy I could bring back happy memories. Thank you 🙂


  3. I have always wanted to see them, Paula. A good friend returned from Croatia a couple of weeks ago and she had added Krka Falls to these. I would be very happy with either. Hoping your weekend brings you joy and much needed peace. I will be in Nottingham with my daughter. Take care! 🙂 🙂

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  4. Lovely view, Paula! As for the S-curve, it’s most useful to bring about a bit of contrast to your images in post-processing!!

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  6. 😀 I must have stood at the almost exact spot when I took my photo (long ago, with a compact camera. Plitvice is such a beautiful place!

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    • No, no swimming there. It’s a Unesco heritage spot 🙂 Irene, I love your entry and when I look at it, I can’t believe that you struggled 😀

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      • I would only be able to visit then in spring or autumn (I presume it probably freezes over in winter) as the water looks far too inviting.
        It was amazing the amount of backwards S’s I have photographed. Birds always seem to face the wrong direction but as usual it was a lot of fun and a great challenge.

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  13. Wow! Looks beautiful. Love the boardwalk and love the colour of the water, very much like Vintgar Gorge in Slovenia. I shall go looking for some S-curves for you.

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  19. I did it…a “s-curve” COLOR photo for Thursday’s Special! I spent yesterday looking for s-curves in the landscape when I suddenly walked by two ducks spending their early evening in a field of dandelions…I see a “s” in his profile.

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    • Yes, it is a beautiful place, Tina. There are several viewpoints at the park. This was taken from one of them.


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