Sunday Stills Challenges – #Water in the Details


Sunday Stills Challenges – #Water in the Details

Join us as we explore the most beautiful and incredible waters in the world, from the Great Barrier Reef, to the mountain tops in the Himalayas. 

Here is our entry for Terri’s Sunday Stills Challenge with the #Water in the Details. Share your thoughts with us.

Gokyo Ri Lake; 15,400–16,400 feet in the Himalayas
Strong waves crashing against the shore of a swimmable oceanside tide pool – Queen’s bath, Hawai’i
One of the many incredible shimmering blue beaches of Greece
Wailua Falls (Kauai’s Twin Falls): A dual 170-foot tall waterfall that was featured in the opening credits of the TV show Fantasy Island
Merlion in Singapore spouting water
One of the world’s largest and tallest infinity pools in the world, located in Singapore
Fun exploring an infinity pool at the Holiday Inn, in Singapore
98-foot tall waterfall inside the Cloud Forest dome in Singapore
Tanah Lot Temple, an island temple off the coast of Bali, Indonesia
Batu Bolong Temple in Bali
Admiring the water smashing against the limestone cliff at one of the most iconic Balinese Hindu temples, Uluwatu
A beautiful waterfall in Atherton Tableland, Australia
Dinner Falls in Mount Hypipamee National Park, Australia
Millaa Millaa Falls – An 18-meter (59-foot) single drop waterfall.
South Whitehaven Beach – Catching a beautiful sunset in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef 
Turtle loving life in the waters in the Great Barrier reef near Cairns, Australia
Changing tides, climbing tree stumps in the stunning North Whitehaven Beach while sailing the Whitsundays.
Waiotapu Thermal Wonderland in Rotorua, New Zealand. Where the ground and waters are a rainbow of colors that have been sculpted by thousands of years of volcanic activity
The highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world – seven-meter (23-foot) Tutea Falls, New Zealand
Emerald Lakes, drainage basins between volcanoes in The Tongariro National Park
Blue Lake, a very cold and acidic lake in The Tongariro National Park
A lone tree surviving in Tinline Bay, New Zealand
The coasts of Akaroa Harbor in New Zealand are covered by ancient volcanic mountainsides
Hector’s Dolphins – The smallest dolphins in the world frolicking about in Akaroa
Incredible lake in the Southern Alps of Aoraki/Mt Cook and Mount Tasman, New Zealand
Kawarau River Gorge, New Zealand
Hooker Lake, New Zealand
Gateway to The Fiords of the World – Te Anau, New Zealand
A longboat in the magnificent waters of Koh Phi Phi, Thailand
The ocean blue of Halona Beach Cove in O’ahu, Hawai’i
The gorgeous 300-foot- tall Hanakāpīʻai Falls in Kaui, Hawai’i
Standing on top of Wailua Falls (Kauai’s Twin Falls): A dual 170-foot tall waterfall
Peaceful and glistening Lake Atitlán situated in an old volcanic crater in Guatemala
Admiring the Fjord from Preikestolen, Norway; a sheer cliff which rises 604 meters (just under 2,000 feet) 
The amazing turquoise waters of Koh Phi Phi, Thailand
40-meter (131 feet) waterfall on an extinct volcano in Ometepe, Nicaragua
Sunset beaming it’s colors atop Lake Atitlán


  1. Wow, what a collection of gorgeous water images from literally everywhere, and thanks for the wonderful armchair tour, Marlena and Kurt! I’m glad you found Sunday Stills and linked today and hope you find inspiration each week with my photo challenge and others.

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