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The turquoise water of Cancun, Mexico

Turquoise water of Cancun

Cancun has the most turquoise water I’ve ever seen. A friend told me about this before, but it’s not the same as seeing it with your own eyes… Indeed, when my husband and I had the chance to visit this place for the first time, I just couldn’t believe it… Click on the photos to

Power lines photography can be beautiful!

Power lines

Power lines are not the most desirable elements we want to have in a picture… in fact, photographers are trying hard to avoid them, by taking different angles or even alter their shots in post processing. However, we have to admit that they are part of our daily life… ubiquitous – so to say, and

La Quebrada Cliff Divers in Acapulco

La Quebrada cliff divers Acapulco postcard

La Quebrada is the cliff rising out of the ocean, where courageous and well-trained divers perform every day in Acapulco, Mexico with brio. They dive from a 115 ft (35 meters) high cliff into the turbulent water of a narrow gorge not wider than 48 ft (14.6 meters) – Wow! – Click on the photos

Acapulco beaches

Acapulco beaches

Acapulco beaches make one of the nicest places for a vacation in Mexico. My husband and I have been there two times and stayed in several hotels. Great memories! Almost all of them are on the water around the famous Acapulco bay. Acapulco is the largest beach resort city in Mexico and it has a

Fishing Ropes of Nova Scotia poster

Fishing Ropes of Nova Scotia poster

Fishing Ropes of Nova Scotia This is a decorative collage poster with various close-up photographs and details of colorful ropes used in the industrial fishing of Atlantic Canada I took all these photos in Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia because of the beautiful patterns they create when they are rolled and tied together. I like marine

Intriguing Mural in Smith Falls, Ontario

mural in Smith Falls, Ontario

Mural in Smith Falls, Ontario Smith Falls is a small town in Ontario, along the famous Rideau Canal of Canada starting in Ottawa and ending in Lake Ontario. On a 3 day trip to Thousand Islands for my birthday, we drove through this historic town. Suddenly, I saw a rather intriguing mural a side of