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From the Caribbean to the rest of the World

When you come from a tiny island in the Caribbean Sea you spend a great deal of time looking outwards to the rest the world and particularly to the places that you hear most about.My portfolio is a reflection of that. I love Tuscany, in Italy and I love the amazement of incredible India. I share the color and spirituality I found in India and the home of some of the best wines in the world through the vineyard tours in Italy.But what can I give the rest of the world from the Caribbean?I share... continue reading

Transparency Film

I am a great fan of transparency films even today. I was shooting images in transparency film even after I acquired a dslr camera. The images are so vibrant and brilliant. Then came a time these film were scarce and the processing houses were shut down one by one.Though I used to do E6 processing at home, I was not able to get the chemicals for that.Even the drum scan centers also diverted their business to something else.I was stuck with a good collection of transparencies shot from early... continue reading

Autumn Norwegian landscapes

Autumn Norwegian landscapeshttps://www.dreamstime.com/autumn-norwegian-landscapes-rcollection26619-resi8443929   Autumn Norwegian landscapeshttps://www.dreamstime.com/autumn-norwegian-landscapes-rcollection26619-resi8443929 continue reading

200 photos sold

   Finally I've reached this goal thanks to this picture: 200 photos sold. I hope to reach soon 500 photos sold: I'll work for it! continue reading

Gotta love traveling!

Gotta love traveling!Visiting new places can be such an inspiration for your photography. No matter how often the hills of Tuscany or the St. Peter's Basilica have been photographed by other people, if it's new to you then it's your opportunity to capture them from your own perspective.I recently visited Rome and Tuscany, Italy and was in my glory with all the beauty and opportunity for my own photography interpretation. Sure I had seen a million photos of the small towns of Cinque Terra, but... continue reading

Opening Sweden - Vasa museum

Hello, dear friends!Today I would like to tell you about one of the most impressive museums I've ever seen. This post is about Vasa museum.Vasa is the only ship of the 17th century which has been preserved till this day. The museum is amazing and it's definitely worth visiting. It presents amazing exhibits and artistic models, educational films and informative media stands. We were absolutely ecstatic!)The huge ship, which once had to be one of the leading Swedish military ships of the... continue reading

Opening Sweden - Hagaparken

Good day/evening/morning, friends!If you're going to Sweden one day, you should for sure visit "Hagaparken".It is a favorite vacation spot of the Swedes, who often call it simply "Haga". This is a huge pure area in the style of the 18th century. "Haga" is endless landscapes, it's love, it is the contemplation of nature, water, hills and rocks, it's a family vacation, it is a lot of athletes, running far, it's music, it's geese and ducks, it is delight and fiesta for all without exception.... continue reading

Opening Sweden - Skansen

Hey, guys!Telling you about Sweden I can't ignore one of the most marvelous places there and it's called Skansen.Skansen is an ethnographic museum in the open air on the island of Djurgården, beautifully organized wildlife sanctuary where you can walk all day and enjoy everything without exception. There are farms and villages in miniature, luxury living spaces for animals and birds.Skansen is situated on a hill and offers visitors stunning views over Stockholm. Sweden in miniature and... continue reading

Opening Sweden - FIKA

Hey, guys!In continuation of my Swedish stories today I'll tell you about "Fika")What does that mean?Our evenings we spent in favorite pubs. One day we had a chance to talk with the waitress, who told us about the concept of "Fika". Finally, a purely Swedish jargon))) "Fika" means Swedish tradition to make a break from work for a cup of coffee. Swedes organize such a break every two hours and it takes no more than 15 minutes. "Fika" is often carried out with colleagues, friends or family.... continue reading

Opening Sweden - Sigtuna

Hello, dear friends!Today I would like to share impressions after visiting little Swedish town which is called Sigtuna. The town itself is just lovely. It left absolutely fabulous senses in our hearts.It was Sunday fair that day. The central street was full of shops with all kind of goodies. Organ grinder played melodies, chimes of the local church filled all around with magical sounds and many of citizens were dressed as in the Middle Ages (to the delight of guests and tourists, I suppose)... continue reading

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