A visit to Cuba is on everybody's travel bucket list.The best months to tour Cuba are usually December to May during the dry season when you can walk around freely admiring the beautiful buildings in Old Havana or taking a ride in a horse and buggy to enjoy the grandeur of a past time: weathered buildings, classic cars and a reminder of a rich history. A visit to Cuba is architecturally enriching and photo-worthy with international influences such as art nouveau, art deco and eclectic... continue reading
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PHOTOGRAPHY AND FIRE TAKES COURAGE AND GUTS AND DO NOT BE AFRAID TO GET OUTSIDE OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE FELLOW PHOTOGRAPHY FRIENDS!HERE IS MY STORY...ABOUT FIRE THIS WEEK......So I had the guts to go up to the fire and security to ask persmission to let me take pictures when the fire was almost contained so the area was still evacuated and they let me enter only because I presented myself professionally I was told. To be a photographer one also must be a negotiator and work as a photo journalist... continue reading
Since 2014 I had a collection of "Churches around the world" from big Cathedrals which are landmarks to small churches like the one in the desert of Namibia. Ancient and young, well known and unfamous, romanic, gothic, baroque or modern, Catholic, Orthodox, Baptistan and Lutheran Churches in all their differentiation together. Handmade church in the desert of Kakaoveld, Namibia Interior Cathedral of Cologne, Germany Cloister Iona... continue reading
In my last post, I told the community about how I was new to DT, but not new to the stock photography business. then I commenced telling of all the things I have learned to do, & what not to do. Well, an update on that. I logged in today to look at my portfolio to see which photos were being viewed the most.The ironic thing is, the photo that I posted in my last blog showing that I had not learned enough about lighting, the "Deserted Barn" photo, which I have posted in this blog, it is... continue reading
I am fascinated with abandoned buildings.The idea of exploring the past through the walls of the forgotten building shells we have left behind has an allure to me.When I see a building that is overgrown with trees and is obviously not taken care of, I am drawn to document the memories hiding there.This first example is a building I stumbled upon while photographing next to the Ohio in West Virginia.I plan on returning there to photograph the interior at a later date. Some building... continue reading
Hello!I`d like to show you some photos from Poland. This is beautiful country. We have beautiful landscapes, forests, mountains, lakes, sea and many old, historic buildings like castles, manores, palaces. So I`d like to take you in travel on Poland in my eyes :) Enjoy!1. Church in Boleslaw by night. 2. Castle in Ojcow in Ojcowski National Park in winter. 3. Marketplace in Olkusz 4. Marketplace in Olkusz 5. Basilica of St.... continue reading
The details and the perspectives are enhanced in the sculptures, in the reliefs and in the architectures of the many churches in Europe.The photos relate to the monastery complex, a UNESCO heritage site, known as Certosa di Pavia, near Milan, Italy. continue reading
Britishers invaded India , History can describe about same .Britishers were amazed with the beauty of shimla , they setup Shimla as summer capital of British India .Visit to Shimla uniquely reflects vintage era of british rule in India. From Beautiful Ridgeto Historic Buildings of British Period which where build by them during 1900 . These buildings have been build at atnoshing 6000-6500 ft from sea level during 1930. Britishers were truly mesmerized with scenicview Shimla... continue reading
I love to photograph unique architecture, especially of historic buildings. Most communities possess some of these treasures. Here's one from my own area, the Jewish Synagogue in Boise, Idaho. Ahavath Beth Israel has been a landmark in Boise, Idaho since 1896 andis thought to be the oldest synagogue building in continuous use in the United States west of the Mississippi River.The synagogue features elements of Rundbogenstil (Round Arch Style) architecture, a nineteenth-century historic... continue reading
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