Slovenia Boka Waterfall

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Luka Esenko

Shoot with care
If flying a drone, call to the nearby Bovec airport first to ask for permission. The are happy to oblige when they don't have flights planned. Otherwise the drones here re extremely dangerous as panoramic flights fly very close.

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Boka is the widest and most powerful waterfall in Slovenia. Even in the driest summer there will still be enough water for a decent photo. After heavy rains it becomes a huge, roaring mass of tumbling water and mist. All very impressive but it can be too much to for photography.

The trail is very steep but it does offer better views than from the bridge. Alternatively you could walk along the riverbed if there’s not too much water. This way you won’t get all the way to the bottom but you can shoot some alternative views along the way. Be ready to climb over huge boulders and even get into the water.

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