Like a politician, on this topic, I tend to flip flop. My thoughts on user or entrance fees can go back and forth quickly, sometimes in the same sentence. Other photographers, amateur or professional, probably have strong opinions, as well. After all, photographing nature and landscapes involves a lot of time spent in parkland.But, what is the value of user fees, both for the land or attraction owner and the user? My opinion has swayed recently actually in favour of user and entrance fees to points... continue reading
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Hello, dear friends!You know, not only the central places of Sweden are beautiful. It's provinces are amazing too. Pretty town Uppsala, for example, warmed us with hot chocolate and cake during the blind rain. Here are the botanical garden and the University, viewing platforms, charming little streets, cozy balkonies with plenty of flowers, playgrounds in the form ofSweden in miniature and the magnificent Gothic cathedral. Really nice place to visit!Always with gratitude and... continue reading
Hello, my friends!Starting my blog I'm glad to share some views and fragments from our trip to wonderful Sweden. In a few words Sweden means for me design and proportions, colors and textures, bicycles and ecology, streets and houses, bays and embankments, windows and balconies, comfort and friendliness, natural landscapes, aerial perspectives, fairy tales, deer, bunnies, birds and, of course, marvelous parks and unique museums, outstanding palaces, unforgettable provinces... continue reading
Just like some people think that anyone with a decent camera can point, shoot, and create a great image, some photographers seem to think that great images should somehow sell themselves.It's true that sites like DT take a lot of the burden of marketing off our shoulders, but if there are a few simple things we can do to increase the exposure of our portfolio, why not do them?Here are my suggestions.1-Use social media well. This includes using the tools built into the various stock sites... continue reading
Although it is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Europe, Belgrade is still a renowned travel destination. But those that already discovered this jewel have a totally different opinion. The real Belgrade has a unique charm, of a city that has reborn from its own ashes. The half bombed official buildings serve both as a tourist attraction and as a live memory for the citizen of Belgrade.Belgrade is the place where past meets present and future. Conveniently located at the confluence... continue reading
New month, new post...today's walk leads us to most famous bath/spa of Budapest - welcome in Szechenyi Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool!Building of bath is situated in heart of City Park, between the Great Circus and Castle of Vajdahunyad. Budapest is often called the city of spas and this yellow architectural jewel was its first thermal bath on the Pest side of Danube. Its thermal springs were discovered in 1879 - they are the deepest and warmest thermal wells in Budapest (water supply comes... continue reading
Welcome back friends, here, in Hungary! I just came from Transylvania, my pics are awaiting validation, but to keep interest and beguile the time, let's visit an other beautiful, baroque town near the Vienna-Budapest motorway.Tata is town of waters, with two lakes, small ponds and more than one hundred springs. The town is situated on the shore of Old Lake (Oreg To). Human settlement existed in this area even 50,000 years ago. In the Middle Ages, Tata was a royal estate, its castle was built... continue reading
It's funny how buildings and places one is familliar with attract so much attention from abroad. These urban places, that we're so used to see and to walk by, the old buildings, churches, universities, places meant for meetring our friends are somehow objects of our urban "background".But to foreign travellers, all kinds of tourists and foreign advertising agencies they obtain some magical attraction. Such place in Sofia, Bulgaria is the st. Alexander Nevski cathedral. It is the largest eastern... continue reading
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