|Waterfalls in the upper lakes section of Plitvice Lakes|
Plitvice Lakes National Park is a series of lakes connected by a series of waterfalls. It is the oldest national park in Southeastern Europe and the largest national park in Croatia. It is phenomenally beautiful in a way that cannot be captured in still photos, especially on a very gray and overcast day when the sunlight is well hidden.
|This way to the lakes|
|There was a lot of water, perhaps even in places that should not have had this sort of waterfall|
|I am being photo-bombed by the B-I-L|
|I am not photo-bombing B-I-L and Sister|
(not because of good manners)
(I'm taking the picture)
(I can't "photobomb" when I'm the photographer)
(I guess I could selfie/photobomb, but it would be d*mn obvious then that I was photobombing)
|Waterfall beside the trail|
Again, except for the lack of sunlight, the extra water made for more spectacular and more photogenic waterfalls.
|Sister photographing a waterfall|
|Waterfall along the upper lakes|
|So I can photobomb my own picture. Cool.|