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Vancouver - Canadian city

Vancouver is a city in western Canada in the province of British Columbia. It lies at the mouth of the Fraser River to the Pacific Ocean.Vancouver has evolved as a city of many other small wharves and whalebreads and lacrosse settlements on the west coast of Canada. Port is the most important place and heart of the entire agglomeration.It is an interesting multicultural and colorful city where you can have a nice time on both the beaches in the very center of the city and in one of the 180 parks.... continue reading

Grand Canyon National Park - Tour

The spectacular Grand Canyon is one of the biggest attraction in America, located in the northwest state of Arizona.    The park's central feature is the Grand Canyon,a gorge of the Colorado River, which is often considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. .Grand Canyon was officially designated a national park in 1919 and it is one of the oldest parks in the United States.    This incredible landscape, carved out by the Colorado River,... continue reading

Taking pictures in dangerous countries

       At the end of 2012, when the world was supposed to end, I traveled to Central America’s Norther Triangle region which consists of El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala. This region is known for the extreme level of organized crime and gang violence. Not something I realized before booking my flight there.              The reason to travel there was to experience end of the 13th Baktun, the last cycle of ancient Mayan calendar and many celebration of the indigenous... continue reading

Hells Canyon - Deepest Gorge in North America

Sitting on the border between Idaho and Oregon is Hells Canyon of the Snake River which is the deepest gorge in North America.Not to be compared with the width of Arizona's Grand Canyon, it still holds the distinction of being the deepest. Hells Canyon of the Snake River plunges 8,000 feet down from the top of Idaho's He Devil Peak in the Seven Devils Mountain Range.Hells Canyon plunges more than a mile below Oregon's west rim, and 8,000 feet below the snow-capped He Devil Peak of Idaho'... continue reading

My Mom Went To Cuba (And Left Me Behind!)

Earlier on this year my mom took a trip to Cuba.It was a much deserved (and needed trip) as she hadn't travelled by herselffor well over thirty years. I wish she would have gone earlier...but it's never too late to try something new.I stay behind to hold the fort down.Although I haven't seen all her pictures (she's making a photo book), she loved Cuba and had a very interesting time.Here are some of the wonderful pics she got from a beautiful country.I'm looking forward to seeing... continue reading

Visiting America's National Parks

The summer months are upon us.For many that means thoughts are turning to where to travel for the summer holiday.Of course when you're retired, every month is a new opportunity to travel.That's a good thing, because my bucket list - you know, that list of places to see before you kick the bucket - keeps getting longer even while my time left to see them keeps getting shorter.Regardless of where you call home, you should add America's National Parks to your personal bucket... continue reading

America's Cup collection

HiI've started a collection about America's Cup sailboats and catamarans.Please feel free to join.See collection hereHave a nice day all.Rosario continue reading

Adventure in Nicaragua, Central America

As you can see from my portfolio, I am adventuring in Nicaragua quite frequently at the rate of 4-5 times per year.My destination is always Big Corn Island where I go for the usual of R&R and the unusual of greater understanding of life through interactions with native Nicaraguan Islanders who live a much different life, although quite similar in certain respects,to my life in a suburban enclave of New York City.Of course all houses in my smallvillage in New York have electricity, indoor toilets,... continue reading

Adventure in Colombia, South America

Just back from an adventure throughout Colombia, South America.Find new pix inmy portfolio of hard to find images of Colombia including Bogota, Cartagena and San Andres Island in the Caribbean.Only a handful of San Andres Island pix were available here before my new portfolioofferings.Btw, Colombia, as all my adventures, was fascinating: Bogota's Candelaria district has quickly changed from a drug and prostitute infested neighborhood to a tourist friendly mecca with all the important... continue reading

America's Cup 2012 in Naples: my first editorial photos

I this week in Naples (Italy) there is America's Cup World Series Competition.Yesterday I went to see some race end it was beautiful; I, my girlfiend and my nikon took a lot of photos, over 600...The race are so exciting and Naples and Vesuvius are beautiful with catamarans that race on the sea...These are some photos, maybe tomorrow I'll see other race have you some interesting ideas?All comments at my "work" are precious... continue reading

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