Peričnik is one of the most majestic waterfalls in Slovenia during winter. Over 50 meters high, it freezes across a wide cliff in thousands of icicles, forming a frozen organ. Together with two fellow photographers I made the trip there and just in time, too! When the sun hit the waterfall, many of the icicles came crashing down, and the weather warmed up the following day, which made the situation even worse.
Today's trip led us to Jamnik, a hill above the Ljubljana basin with great views across to the Kamnik Alps and the Karavanke range. The late afternoon light was sweet, but it got even better after sunset when it turned pink and blue. Oh, and we were waiting for the full moon which didn't rise until after we left. :)