20 Gorgeous River Photos from Around the World
Explore these picturesque rivers from around the world through photographs that capture an angle you don't typically get in person.
The winding river
Even though we aren’t able to travel right now to discover new landscapes, these gorgeous river photos will help you escape and explore these water sources from a different angle. To get another new perspective, take a look at these perfectly timed nature photos that look fake but aren’t.
A river winds into the Daintree Rainforest in Australia. It looks skinny from far up above, but it much larger when you’re on the banks.
This stunning view of Phang Nga bay in Thailand at sunset makes it look like you can see to the end of the earth. Take a look at these stunning pictures of the world’s most amazing trees.
Blue running through the green
A river, created by the Ratchapha Dam runs through the forests of Thailand.
Currents in the desert
A green-tinted river runs through the dry Gobi Desert in Mongolia.
A river separates the steep hills of Skippers Canyon in New Zealand. You’re going to want to look at these photos of the world’s most beautiful countries.
A group of five kayakers makes their way through a small river on Kho Rong island in Cambodia.
Jokulgilskvisl River in Landmannalaugar, Iceland runs along the edge of a lava field formed in 1477. The geological elements in the area give the river its unusual color. These breathtaking photos will make you appreciate the beauty of life.
The Fjadrargljufur River Canyon in South Iceland is over 325 inches deep at some points.
Mangrove creeks and rivers run through Hinchinbrook Island in Australia.
The warm sun comes up over the loop on the Moselle river in Germany.
Whitecaps form on the fast-moving Hyalite creek, which runs through a forest in Montana. These are the most colorful natural wonders on earth.
Churned up waters
A murky river runs through the forest in Malaysia.
Two rivers meet in Iceland. The one on the right forms branches of water that look like a tree. These rivers could disappear in the next 100 years.
Rivers form in the Guadalquivir Marshes in Spain.
Uniform curves make up the Uvac river in Serbia.
The Háifoss waterfall flows into a river near the Hekla volcano in Iceland. Also, look through these photos of the most incredible waterfalls.
Hidden by leaves
This mountain stream in Towada Hachimantai National Park in Japan is almost covered up by the gorgeous fall foliage.