One of Scotland’s least known, but magical, place that’s tucked behind barbed wire fences, fallen-down trees and mud as deep as your knees – Finnich Glen, a.k.a the Devil’s Pulpit
The Devil’s Pulpit name comes from a rock formation that looks similar to that of a church pulpit. The water isn’t really red – it’s the red sandstone of the gorge that gives it that look.
By @noorimages - Photo by @KadirVanLohuizen / @noorimages | Since early 2016, Kadir van Lohuizen has been investigating six megacities in the world how they manage or mismanage their waste. The world generates per day 3.5 million tones of solid waste, ten times more then a century ago. If nothing is done, it will be 11 million tones by the end of the century. Check out the full project in the bio.
Kadir van Lohuizen was graciously funded for this project as a Nikon European Ambassador.