Cabo Sunrise by Connor Beekman

Cruise to Cabo San Lucas

“Cruise to Cabo San Lucas” by Connor Beekman The hot sun shines down on a rocky hillside dotted with cacti and shrubs, while a plain blue sky spans above the arid landscape. Fewer than ten inches… Read More

Cruise ships in Cozumel Mexico

Cruise Ships in Cozumel Mexico

Cruise Ships in Cozumel Mexico. It is simply amazing to see these monster cruise ships in Cuzumel Mexico. My husband and I spent a few weeks in this beautiful location on the Caribbean Sea. The cruise… Read More

Who said Mexicans were poor

Who said Mexicans were poor…? – an unusual encounter!

Who said Mexicans were poor…?? Click on the photos for a larger view. This is a view from the back of a classic Mercedes Benz car, cruising one of the narrow downhill streets in Guanajuato, Mexico. Well,… Read More

Empire State Building by Sharon Popek

The Beauty of Solo Travel

Traveling alone is a double edged sword. The beauty of solo travel allows for a great deal of freedom. I decide where to go and when. I get to choose whether we walk or take transportation…. Read More

Colorful hilltop buildings in Guanajuato Mexico

Colorful hilltop buildings in Guanajuato, Mexico

Colorful hilltop buildings in Guanajuato Mexico There are a lot of colors in Guanajuato Mexico. Some even say that this is the most beautiful city in the country. I don’t know if it’s the most beautiful,… Read More

No Trespassing sign

No Trespassing Historic Sign

No Trespassing historic sign, dating back to 1869 in Wells, Nevada I saw and photographed this poster/sign in Wells, an old almost ghost town in Nevada. The town is full of history from the time when Chinese,… Read More

Harness race inverness, Nova Scotia - Digital paint by Tatiana Travelways

Harness Race Nova Scotia

Harness Race in Inverses, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada Harness races in Cape Breton runs from May to late October, in the daytime or evenings. Here you can see the schedule. It was the month of… Read More

Cape Bonavista coastline fence, by Tatiana Travelways

Cape Bonavista Coastline Fence

Cape Bonavista coastline fence I generally like fences visually, not theoretically… 😉 They make a delimitation between spaces and create a focal point to an image that otherwise would not have too much visual appeal. In… Read More

Smoky Mountain Vista by Connor Beekman

Exploring the Great Smoky Mountains

Exploring the Great Smoky Mountains, by Connor Beekman Tranquil, mystical, wonderful: These are words that come to mind when I think about the Great Smoky Mountains. Sculpted ridgelines are blanketed with lush deciduous forests, while gently… Read More

Utah country road

Utah Country Roads

Utah Country Roads As we traveled a lot I was able to see and shoot a few country roads through villages, mountains, prairies and desert… This post will focus only on country roads we’ve been on… Read More

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