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The City of San Francisco

My friend told me about Twin Peaks. Why I had not heard of this before, I'm not sure but, I was so glad I listened to her because I was able to get a whole view of the city from above. There is so much detail in this one photo that I'm sure it would take days to actually visit each and every special place that SF has to offer in a city that is only 7 miles long.   continue reading

Ha Long Bay - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

Ha Long Bay, located in the Gulf of Tonkin, within Quang Ninh Province, in the northeast of Vietnam, is165 km from the capital of Ha Noi. Covering an area of 43,400 ha and including over 1600 islands and islets, most of which are uninhabitated and unaffected by humans, it forms a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars and is an ideal model of a mature Karst landscape developed during a warm and wet tropical climate. The property’s exceptional scenic beauty is complemented by its great biological... continue reading

Bangkok, Thailand : Victory monument

Victory monument is a monument in Bangkok Around a roundabout halfway between Highway 1 and Rajvithi Road, Phayathai Road.    Victory Monument Built to honor the bravery of the soldiers. Police and civilians were killed in a dispute between Thailand and France. About improving border with Thailand, Indonesia, China, France, during which the deaths of 59 people, both military and civilian police.    As a way of Rd The transportation hub with several bus routes serving the numerous... continue reading

Your chance to be in history,magnificent historic architecture @India

Your chance to be in history,magnificent historic architecture @India.India is a country well known for rich history and is a host of famous historic landmarks, absolute larger than life buildings, visit to the places takes you back in the history, it is like you are in a time machine and it takes you back in gone by centuries.See the pics:               continue reading

The Sand Pyramids of Bulgaria

Bulgaria is a country where you can go to the sea in the summer and skiing in the winter. But for the people who are not into mainstream tourism and like hiking and less crowded places, the Bulgarian sand pyramids are an amazing natural phenomenon one must see. The pyramids are not actual pyramids but the erosion and wind impact have made a form which resembles the one of a pyramid. The most famous ones are located in the south part of Bulgaria - the town of Melnik, which happens to be the smallest... continue reading

How and why to manage a collection?

As you will find on the dreamstime website, managed collections are groups of pictures with a similar theme.They can be something simple as Food or Editorials or Backgrounds, textures.Or can be very specific as Recognizable Landmarks.The choice of what to add is left up to the creator and their thoughts of what may be needed or researched by buyers.   Having a minimum of five contributors as specified by dreamstime will allow the managed collection to become visible on the site.... continue reading

Sam's Park and Shop and Other Attractions

Most people when they pass by Sam's Park and Shop in Northwest Cleveland Park of Washington DC, take little notice.It looks like just another shopping center but it does have historical significance.Sam's Park and Shop which was built in 1931 by Samuel J. Gorlitz was one of the first shopping centers in the United States with dedicated parking.This was a truly innovative concept back then.The shopping center was designed around the automobile.Beforehand cars parked on the curb of the street... continue reading

Mount Hood

Mount Hood is seen from Portland,Oregon on a nice day. A beautiful part of the state and a great place to ski in the cascades.  continue reading

Idaho's State Capitol Building

While traveling in other states, I love to visit and photograph capitol buildings because they are usually architectural masterpieces and historical landmarks of interest.But it's difficult to surpass the beauty of my own state capitol building in Boise, Idaho. Any time you're running out of inspirations for photographs, a trip to the nearest state capitol building is a good idea. The central portion of Idaho's State Capitol Building was completed in 1912. It features a beautifully ornate rotunda... continue reading

Oldest Jewish Synagogue in Western USA

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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