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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

Doors In St. Johns Newfoundland – A colorful view

Doors In St. Johns, Newfoundland Art Print by Tatiana Travelways

Doors in St. Johns Newfoundland, Canada. Click on the pictures to see them in the original gallery. St. John’s Newfoundland is one of the most colorful places I have ever seen. The reason for this is quite obvious to me. Located in Atlantic, Canada, Newfoundland has many months of cold, weather and gray days. Nevertheless

Sidewalk Cafes In Cologne, Germany

Sidewalk cafe in Cologne, Germany

Sidewalk Cafes in Cologne, Germany. It is quite common to see people having a good time at the sidewalk cafes and restaurants on the Rhine river side in Cologne, Germany. The trees started to bloom competing with the almost always present red flowers in the Germans windows (typically Geraniums) As per the tourists they are

Swan Nuptial Dance on the Rhine River, Germany

Swans nuptial dance

Swans in a Nuptial Dance at springtime I had the rare chance to see these majestic swans in their mating ritual on the Rhine River (Breisach, Germany). It was almost like a ceremony in the swan world. I went to the river several times in the morning to watch and photograph them. – They were

I have seen Mount Rushmore!!!

Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota I dreamed of seeing this fantastic monument since I was a child, when I learned that it was considered one of the seven man made wonders of the World. Incredible but true, I’ve seen Mount Rushmore monument and memorial park in October 2014. It is indeed majestic and

If the doors could talk – Casco Viejo, Panama

If the doors could talk - Casco Viejo Panama

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

Craters Of The Moon Idaho National Park

My husband and I visited the Craters of the Moon Idaho National Park this year in June. While traveling from Tween Falls, Idaho, we follow the highway 20. Suddenly we noticed that the nice green fields and hills along the Snake river changed without notice into a sea of dark/black ground and rocks! I have