Is there any season when this city is not photogenic?(*) Below is a selection of images taken mainly in the Greenwich Village and Washington Sq. Park during peak tree blossom season.
It’s an almost impossible feat to visit Paris in May and not stop at every corner to take at least one photo of the ubiquitous flower shops or the tree blossoms.
I’m going to start the post series on Japan with a few shots from Tokyo.
It’s impossible to pick a favorite thing about Iceland. Between the glacier lagoon, the volcanoes, the black beaches and the moss-covered hills, it’s enough to blow the average tourist’s mind.
I still have quite a few photos to share from our trip to New Orleans last year (can’t believe it’s already been a year!), so here are a few from the Garden District.
I was never a big fan of fall, I think because I always associated it with the end of the summer vacation and return to school.
Let’s start off with Au Festin de Babette – 4085 rue Saint Denis.
From top to bottom: driving to Mt Hood, misty road trough the Wilamette forest, Multnomah Falls & Oneonta Gorge, trail to Saddle Mountain, misty road on the North Coast, sunshine through the trees
When we went to Paris two years ago, I visited The Gustave Moreau museum for the very first time, and I must confess it’s my favorite Paris museum.
Did you know that one of the trains that you can take from Paris to Versailles is actually decorated similarly to the palace? What a fun idea! All trains to Versailles have names, and I think the name