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Cote d’Azur – The Mediterranean Blue Coastline of France

Côte d’Azur is the French name of the Blue Coastline of the Mediterranean in France, also known as French Riviera. End the sea is really BLUE! Situated in the Southwest of the country, this beautiful area is home to many landmarks and dream travel destinations. Among the most famous are: Èze, Saint-Tropez, Nice, Monte Carlo, Sainte-Maxime,

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

Slotzilla Zip Line: Flying over Fremont Street Experience

Zlotzilla zip-line

What’s so cool about flying Slozilla Zip Line? Have you ever flown from inside a slot machine? Now you can do it, and not just anywhere, but above the Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas! The 12 story zip-line tower is a feature that epitomizes Vegas and all that it has to offer. First, you zip down from the largest

Tail the Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever everging from water

Tail is a pedigree Golden Retriever and he likes to fetch Fetching comes to these dogs naturally, since they are hunters, especially for game birds. They are also very friendly and playful, and happily jump into the water to retrieve that stick you throw. It’s a great way to spend some hours outside in the

Skewed Lines – Urban Art

Skewed lines urban Art

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

Dolores Ann, the Old Fair Lady

Dolores Ann an old Fishing boat in Nova Scotia, Canada

Dolores Ann is an old weathered fishing boat in Nova Scotia, Canada. Wrinkled, with many layers of paint applied over the years, she is majestically mirroring in the still water of the bay at Cape Sable Island. Quietly but proudly, this old fair lady tells us the story of fishing tradition practiced generation after generation

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