On the road

My Photographic Journey
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Sinaia, Romania, 2014

Sinaia, Romania, 2014

Lisbon, Portugal.

Lisbon, Portugal.

I was quite happy eating local bananas every day. Ok, I admit it. I was unexpectedly happy. Wonders will never cease. In Madeira Island, Portugal.

I was quite happy eating local bananas every day. Ok, I admit it. I was unexpectedly happy. Wonders will never cease. In Madeira Island, Portugal.

Biggest admirer of extreme sports. The dog was constantly barking every time a person jumped from the bridge. It was not a suicidal act. Just bungee jumping. In Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria.

Biggest admirer of extreme sports. The dog was constantly barking every time a person jumped from the bridge. It was not a suicidal act. Just bungee jumping. In Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria.

Lesson Number One: How to express your feelings. In Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Lesson Number One: How to express your feelings. In Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Pico de Arieiro, Madeira Island

Pico de Arieiro, Madeira Island

Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. On the road. Literally.

Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. On the road. Literally.

View from our room.  Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, 2014

View from our room. Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, 2014

What about hitchhiking in Bulgaria?

What about hitchhiking in Bulgaria?

Craiova, Romania, 2014

Craiova, Romania, 2014


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București, 2014

București, 2014

June 10th, 2014. Madeira Island.

June 10th, 2014. Madeira Island.

Wild flowers: Dandelion, Taraxcum officinale; and Columbine, Aquilegia canadensis, botanical illustration by Katie Scott | Contemporary

Wild flowers: Dandelion, Taraxcum officinale; and Columbine, Aquilegia canadensis, botanical illustration by Katie Scott | Contemporary

Image from http://www.sustainablelivingnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/houzz-fireplace-mantels-Living-Room-Traditional-with-coffee-table-coffered-ceiling.jpg.

Image from http://www.sustainablelivingnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/houzz-fireplace-mantels-Living-Room-Traditional-with-coffee-table-coffered-ceiling.jpg.

The Jardin Majorelle is one of Marrakech's hottest attractions, with 700,000 visitors in 2015. Now it's preparing for a new museum dedicated to the fashion icon.

What to expect at the new YSL museum

The Jardin Majorelle is one of Marrakech's hottest attractions, with 700,000 visitors in 2015. Now it's preparing for a new museum dedicated to the fashion icon.

Phyllis G ~♡ profile on Pinterest.

Phyllis G ~♡ profile on Pinterest.

Global inspiration meets hometown technique in this tile company founded by Sara Baldwin. A native of Virginia’s Eastern Shore, where New Ravenna is headquartered, the designer credits the region’s “bountiful and beautiful habitat” for the spirit of her work. Shown is the Orson tile, a hand-cut mosaic with Calacatta marble and 24K-gold glass, devised by Baldwin and executed by artisans in her studio.

Global inspiration meets hometown technique in this tile company founded by Sara Baldwin. A native of Virginia’s Eastern Shore, where New Ravenna is headquartered, the designer credits the region’s “bountiful and beautiful habitat” for the spirit of her work. Shown is the Orson tile, a hand-cut mosaic with Calacatta marble and 24K-gold glass, devised by Baldwin and executed by artisans in her studio.

Medieval Arts & Crafts: How to make gold paint

Medieval Arts & Crafts: How to make gold paint

Miss Pixie's Blog: 4 blogs die je als ondernemer of professionele blo...

Miss Pixie's Blog: 4 blogs die je als ondernemer of professionele blo...

Villa Buc Ammera, Libya, Mosaic of the Gladiators. It offers important evidence for the way the ancient Romans organized gladiatoral contests in the circus. This section shows a fight against ostriches. The animals that were killed in the morning were preferrably exotic ones, and it is known that in the 70's of the first century, a man from Lepcis travelled all the way across the Sahara to look for unusual animals to be killed in the Roman arenas.

Villa Buc Ammera, Libya, Mosaic of the Gladiators. It offers important evidence for the way the ancient Romans organized gladiatoral contests in the circus. This section shows a fight against ostriches. The animals that were killed in the morning were preferrably exotic ones, and it is known that in the 70's of the first century, a man from Lepcis travelled all the way across the Sahara to look for unusual animals to be killed in the Roman arenas.

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