This is my first use of the #showcase-sunday channel to bring an old story to your attention. It was nigh invisible more than a year ago when I was nigh invisible as well. And the place I will tell you about...again, is everything but. Nigh invisible. I did not know anybody, I did n
Coming here as a photo story a couple of weeks later. It has been a hectic month, Inktober...I mean, October. The marathon took place on Sunday, October the 13th but I had to wait until now to find the time and go through my archive of it. Yes, it already feels like an archive.
Mostly a sunny Octob
This is the fifth story of my trip to Tenerife, one I made together with my wife this summer of 2019. And this one is about the place I cared about the most. The volcano. The highest peak, in Spain as well as on the island, Mount Teide with its 3718 m. Or so the beach towel that
This will be my last extensive report from the beaches of Tenerife but not my last from the island. There's always more to it. Despite what the agent of the rent-a-car service told me at the airport, and I mean "It's a small island", I wouldn't say it is. Maybe compared to Austr
Greetings, friends from all across the world!
It has been a busy month here and I needed to wait a little bit before continuing my report from my Tenerife trip but here I am again with a new story about...
The Western Shores of Tenerife Island
Punta de Teno. We'll return there in a short while.
Coming back with a report from my Day Two in Istanbul, more specifically, the Dolmabahce Palace (pronounced DolmaBahtche, sorry, I don't have that special "c with a tail" character).
The day started with that visit. We got a tram from the central part of Istanbul on the other s
Coming with Part Two of my trip to Tenerife. This time it's about the small rocky town where I and my wife spent our vacation.
The previous part you can find below:
Flying Over The Canary Islands
...and more will follow.
Now let's go to Garachico, lying on the western shore, lo
I am a sucker for harsh terrain. Everything that looks forbidding, dry, tall, alien, similar to what you would expect of Mars.
So, being the most caring wife ever, @silver.art agreed to spend a week there with me. Provided there were also beaches. Well, technically, there are ;) Although, it's the
This is my second report from a recent trip to Istanbul (not Constantinople).
It's a huge city. A Megapolis. One of the first in history. And I have three days, including travel time so...What can I see for such a short time?
Generally, when you're on a tour around a famous plac
And from Sunrise to Sunset...
Greetings, Friends of travel and visual art!
Coming with a report from my latest visit to a favorite place of mine. I've said a lot about it lately. But this time I am going to tell a few stories of various locations around Sinemorets on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, a
I've been quite away and even more away but some aways are more here than others. If you get my meaning. Summer is a busy season for me, as well as for other kinds of ants. I am gathering food for the winter. Photos, I mean. And I use it to go out and travel as much as possible.
Sorry, No Close Ups This Time
Or "Where my vultures at?" Well, I was not prepared to see them up close and personal. There's one place in Bulgaria where you can take beautiful Wildlife photos of vultures but in order to do that, you need an appointment. An access to a blind or bunker near a hilloc