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Belize City

Belize City Harbor Digital Paint

Belize City Harbor and Marina, a busy interesting place Belize City Harbor is a busy picturesque place and gate to Ambergris Caye and other Belize tropical islands in the Caribbean Sea. Click on the photos to see them in a larger format, along with more pictures I took of Belize City. After taking a jungle

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

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

Yellowstone National Park Attractions

yellowstone national park attractions

I had known about Yellowstone National Park attractions since I was a teenager, but never thought the day would come when I would be able to see all these things in reality. Well, in June, 2015 the miracle happened!!! While driving North from Nevada (where we spent the winter) back to Canada, I noticed on the