Alhambra complex in Granada, Spain is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, visited by thousands of tourists every month, regardless the season. According to the ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA, the Moorish fortress and palace date back to 1238 and 1358. Built on a plateau the complex overlooks the city of Granada, with a beautiful view. Alhambra is a
It was a slight cold rainy day of February when we visited Heidelberg, Traveling Germany. This is a famous college town in Baden-Württemberg (South-West of Germany). It is 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 🙂
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.
Ottawa architectural patterns – some representative images from my multiple photos I took in Ottawa, Canada, representing patterns, intersecting lines, rows and geometry in the architecture of the beautiful capital of Canada Window reflections and architectural patterns, downtown Ottawa Glass and Still lines and patterns of a modern office building on Spark street, Ottawa While
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
Las Vegas Strip is a tour around the World Las Vegas Strip: 7 World Wonders in One Place Starting with the famous Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign the Strip is a place of contrasts and surprises Some think that the “Sin City” is nothing but a collection of kitsch, and in some respects it
I love to observe and photograph the skewed lines and shapes produced by reflections. Whether the distortions are created by windows or water surfaces, I think they produce beautiful pieces of abstract art. In this case I photographed a big wall of windows on a building in Bremerhaven, Germany. I found it in a small
Casco Viejo Panama (also called Casco Antiguo – Old Quarter in Spanish) is full of history. Some of its doors, windows and walls are as old as 300 years – They all have some interesting stories to tell, which I hope will not disappear too soon. This archaic colonial building with its old doors and balconies attracted my