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Month: September 2015

Alhambra Tower, Granada

Alhambra Tower Granada, Andalucia, Spain

Alhambra complex in Granada, Spain is an UNESCO World Heritage Site, visited by thousands of tourists every year and month, regardless the season. Built on a plateau that overlooks the city of Granada, the Moorish palace and fortress date back to 1238 and 1358 according to the ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA It is a hot travel destination in

Rainy Day in Heidelberg, Germany

Pigeons of Heidelberg, Germany

It was a slight cold rainy day of February when we visited Heidelberg. This is a college town in Baden-Württemberg (South-West of Germany), considered with good reason one of the most beautiful towns in this country. A great place in the world to be even in a rainy day 🙂 Rainy Day in Heidelberg The

Photo: St. Mary Church, Nova Scotia – The largest wooden church in N. America

St. Mary Cathedral, Briar Island, Acadian Trail Yarmouth - The largest wooden church in N. America

Inside St. Mary Church, Nova Scotia We visited St. Mary church (Église Sainte-Marie) on Yarmouth & Acadian Shores of Nova Scotia a few years ago when we drove to the Maritimes Canada. It is a French wooden church in a French community of St. Mary’s Bay area, Southwest Nova Scotia, in a French Breton style. 

Kuna Vendors Hiding From the Sun in Casco Viejo Panama

Kuna vendors hiding from the sun in Casco Viejo, Panama

We were surprised to see the Kuna vendors hiding from the sun in Casco Viejo  (Spanish for Old Quarter) Panama. If they were not used to the hot Panama sun, nobody was… A little awkward we thought. It was a hot day in January, but totally acceptable for tourists and people from outside the country. Walking a little farther on

Bocas del Toro Caribbean Art

Bocas del Toro Caribbean Art Gallery

Bocas del Toro Caribbean Art I took this photo of the colorful Caribbean art kiosk, from the Gran Hotel Bahia, where we were staying, right across the main street. My eyes were attracted by all the colors and items displayed there: masks, rugs, tapestries, paintings, scarfs and other wearable items, and everything else that was visible

If the doors could talk – Casco Viejo, Panama

If the doors could talk - Casco Viejo Panama

Casco Viejo, Panama is the most touristic place in Panama City. If the doors could talk… This archaic colonial building with its old doors and balconies attracted my view, and I couldn’t stop wondering: “what if the doors could talk – what story would they tell?“…. Once somebody’s home, I could easily assume that these doors

Low Tide at Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, revealing stunning patterns

Low tide at Peggy's Cove

Low Tide at Peggy’s Cove – Click on the photos for a larger view: The low tide at Peggy’s Cove offers a unique approach to this rural heritage place of Nova Scotia, with colors, textures and patterns you cannot see otherwise. The small coves on the rocky shore offer stunning unique views too, full of

Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse – One of the top attractions in Nova Scotia, Canada

Peggy's Cove Lighthouse

Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse is almost a symbol of Nova Scotia. Situated in the historic fisherman’s village with the same name, it’s one of the most photographed landmark in the Maritime Canada. Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse photos Wandering on the rocky Atlantic shore of the village, it got quite late, but I wanted to take this sunset shot. Unfortunately,