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Dahlias are my favorite flowers

 Dahlias are my favorite flower.Most of my dahlia photos were photographed at The Dahlia Garden in Golden Gate Park on the grounds of the Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco. The City's official flower is the dahlia.Some of my favorite dahlias are Carmen Bunky, Victoria Ann, Happier (which I've included in this post) and Veca Lucia.My favorite dahlia poem was written by Lord Holland for his wife Lady Holland.This poem was written by Lord Holland to his wife Lady Holland.... continue reading

Not just the Longest but Strongest too

San Juanico Bridge was known to be the longest bridge in the Philippines spanning a body of seawater with the length of 2.162 kilometers and width of 10.620 meters supported by 43 spans. The bridge connects two provinces of Samar and Leyte and dubbed as the "Bridge of Love" as this was dedicated by the late Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos to his wife, Imelda who was known as the "Rose of Tacloban."In aerial view, the bridge took the shape of letters "L" and "S". The letter 'L" on... continue reading

My visit to San Juan of Los Morros, Venezuela. El Niño phenomenon.

In December 2015, I visited the town of San Juan de los Morros, this city is called the gate of the Venezuelan plains. There decided to take the camera for some shots, then I got a series of hills to get as close as I could to these particular mountains located in Guarico state. You can see the parched vegetation due to the phenomenon of "Niño". I leave a sample. Excuse me the bad translation.                This is the normal view of this area without the effects... continue reading

Three sales of San Marino

Beautiful views of San Marino! Although it is a small country, there are so many sights. I really like this country! There's fresh mountain air and beautiful nature! Today I saw 3 selling images of San Marino and was very pleased. Thanks buyers who choose my images)    continue reading

The Sima de San Pedro

The Sima de San Pedro is a huge round pit-abyss of approximately108 meters depth to the water level plus around 20 meters more of water. It is a place of a rich biodiversity with more than 25 species of amphibians and reptiles.This geological phenomenon dates from the jurassic era and is located neat to the village of Oliete in the province of Teruel, Aragón (Spain).Besides, numerous bird species take refuge during the night in the steep walls of the pit, most abundant are the Red-billed Chough... continue reading

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

The Golden Gate Bridge

Almost everyone has heard of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. And many have walked it or cycled it many times. I thought it would be cool to take a photo under the bridge just so that one can appreciate the architecture and engineering design from below.I know that bridges are not easy to design so, this one has always brought me good memories because of the fun and good memories of visiting San Francisco.This is just one of many reasons visiting San Francisco can be special.   continue reading

Street Art of San Miguel

My previous blog was about the urban art that adorns the streets of Valparaiso on the Pacific coast of Chile. The urban art in Valparaiso is random and organic and has grown and evolved over many years. It is also intermingled with graffiti of little artistic merit.     This blog is about the giant murals that have been painted on the windowless end walls of tenement blocks in the San Miguel area of Santiago, in what was regarded as a run down part of the city. This is a deliberate attempt... continue reading

San Francisco Giants Win 2010 World Series

and the players rode in Cable Car to the cheers of adoring fans. continue reading

My trip to San Francisco... DT point of view.

Almost 4 years ago I was able to go to San Francisco and I took many photos but not many were done to be sold, so I only could upload a few here in DT:One month ago I was able to travel again to San Francisco, and I want to share with you what Dreamstime has done to me... Now after a few months of being more active and trying to learn, I have realized that Dreamstime changes the way you travel, now I was able to upload many, many more images. The reason is that now I'... continue reading

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