Month: June 2008

Savica Waterfall

This waterfall is a karst spring fed by water from the Seven Triglav Lakes Valley and eventually flows into Bohinj Lake. Location: The Gorenjska region, Slovenia

Rock Otočec Mud Pit

At an annual music festival called Rock Otočec there’s a legendary mud pit that festival goers can crawl around in to cool off from the summer heat. Location:…

Bled Island

Maybe you’ve seen Bled Island in a thousand photos, but I just can’t resist posting this photo. Lake Bled is a jewel of Europe and one of Slovenia’s…

Pebble Beach

Many of the beaches of Sardinia aren’t sand. They’re these light coloured small rounded pebbles that give you a thorough foot massage when you walk on them. Tender…

Seaside Caves of Cala Gonone

The Bue Marino cave is one of many cool looking caves in this region, and the clear blue water is among the prettiest water I’ve ever seen. Location:…

Perfect Mediterranean Water

It’s pretty difficult to imagine water any more beautiful than that of the Mediterranean Sea surrounding Sardinia. Location: Sardinia, Italy

Castello Sforzesco

This castle was built by the Viscontis, but later became the residence of the Sforza dynasty, which were the ruling family of Renaissance Italy. Location: Milan, Italy

Maman by Louise Bourgeois

Maman is a bronze, stainless steel, and marble sculpture by the artist Louise Bourgeois. It’s nearly 10 meters tall and over 10 meters wide and includes a sac…

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

Inside the beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris Location: Paris, France

The Eiffel Tower from Arc de Triomphe

I climbed up the Arc de Triomphe to watch the sun set over Paris. This photos was taken at dawn when the lights of the tower had just…


Champs-Elysees Street sign Location: Paris, France