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Suceava's fortress ruins

The oldest Moldavian fortresses are mentioned in documents in the second half of the 14th century or early 15th century, as follows: Suceava, Neamţ, Hotin, Ţeţina, Şcheia, Cetatea Albă.I had the opportunity to visit this fortress and I was impressed by its beauty. If you have any opportunity to visit, do not hesitate. continue reading

Beijing Great Wall jiankou

This is a steep ladder Great Wall, Beijing, Great Wall is located in the suburbs jiankou Huairou County, the ancient Great Wall there are several hundred years of history, it is relatively well-known Great Wall lots thriller, twists and turns, steep, majestic, attracting many tourists to visit . continue reading

The ghost town of Old Bussana

Bussana Vecchia (Old Bussana) is a small ghost town in Liguria (Italy), not so far from the Italian-French border. It was built (IX sec.) on the top of a hill to be easily defended by Saracens. Like many other villages in the area it experienced periods of ups and downs, without ever becoming famous for a particular reason.The reason why today is known is linked to the tremendous earthquake occured on February 23, 1887: at 6:21 AM a twenty second earth tremor caused destruction and deaths (at least... continue reading

If you are in SouthWest Colorado

Make sure you drive to see Mesa Verde.It is an amazing place. continue reading

Breaking Away from Beach Shots

I will have the good fortune to spend a week at what is said to be a very nice resort in Mexico next month.The resort is set on what they call the Maya Riviera.I have seen many beautiful images of Mayan ruins (see this shot from Kineticimagery), and even more gorgeous photos of Mexican beaches.As always, though, I would like to find a new take on the subjects at hand.What is still to be shot in this part of the world?Has anyone been down there and thought afterward 'Oh, if only I... continue reading

Golconda Fort

In my recent trip to India, I made my second visit to Golconda Fort outside of Hyderabad. Its a great place and I could easily go again and again.It appears that I have the only two images on Dreamstime of Golconda Fort.I got this simple shot of a solar panel used for lightingand much better (in my opinion) is this great shot of the ruins of the fort.This place was the center of Muslim rule in southern India and is built on a 300 foot high granite hill. The Hope... continue reading

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