Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia. This is Veliki Slap, the largest of the waterfalls at Plitvice measuring 78m vertically. It's a pretty impressive joint. We walked around the National Park all day a few weeks back and covered an estimated 25km so it was a huge day. This place is something pretty special. The water is so clear it just looks like you're looking at the bottom of the lakes through a piece of blue cellophane. It's mind blowingly beautiful. Unfortunately while we were there the light wasn't the best but I still managed to snap a few nice shots. This is one of those occasions where a 14mm lens works so well. It's a pretty busy shot but there's plenty to see so I don't mind.