The theme of this year’s Ileana photo chain challenge is bridges.
Vintgar is a less than two-kilometer-long gorge carved by the Radovna River in the past.
Along the way, we are constantly accompanied by the river Radovna, which creates a variety of water formations along the gorge. As the steepness of the river is quite considerable, the current with many rapids, waterfalls, and pools are correspondingly varied. The height of the rocky slopes in the gorge is about 250 m, which creates an even more powerful experience, as the sound of roaring, which the water creates with its rapid penetration through Vintgar, is reflected from the walls. The visitor thus walks literally through a corridor with high walls. The river literally dances and jumps over rapids in rapids, creating beautiful sounds and at the same time a variety of erosional forms.
Have you ever visited a similar place?