Faraway Tuscany – Houses and trees arranged for the pleasure of the passer by.
Next to the central train station is Bern’s most important center for alternative culture. The huge brick building is visible from far, easy to recognize by its abundant graffiti art on the façade and roof. Reitschule has the status of an autonomous cultural center, which means in firm language that […]
This is the first of a series of photo blogs from my recent trip to Europe. This blogs shows the beauty of Venice at night. Following my love of night photography and travel images. I hope that you enjoy these images.
This great piazza is Gubbio was one of the many amazing parts of the historic Italian hill town.
Playing with ducks in German
Wandering the streets of Rome seeing the fantastic fountains at Piazza Navonna. Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi on Piazza Navona
Another collection of mine – “Special Shops”. Stores that are unique and reflect something special about their owners or where they are located. The antithesis to the depersonalized chains that cover our commercial landscape. Brighton Rock is a candy that children who visit the seaside get as a special treat.
One of my obsessions during my trip to Italy were the amazing ceilings. Here’s one from the Villa Borghese museum in Rome.
A side street in Rome, the ancient walls who could resist.
The nighttime vision of the Parthenon shows it in a different light. The Pantheon was built during the reign of Augustus and rebuilt by the emperor Hadrian about 126 AD. Taken over as a Christian church, it’s been in constant operation for over 2100 years. Now more of a pilgrimage for […]
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