Come and see a town in the Himalayas, defying expectations of what people consider 'India' in many ways!
Today’s photographic exploration takes us back a couple of years to a short visit I paid to Surfer’s Paradise, the main city on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Howdy all. It's the 26th of January today, and in Australia this is Australia Day. It is, as I have mentioned before, a controversial day because it denotes the day that the native people of this country had it invaded by the British. There is a movement here to 'Change the Date', and for the …
Today as Christmas approaches and it's summer in Australia, I'm reminiscing about SNOW!
Foto Friday now takes you to destination Turkey, and the ancient city of Ephesus. This facade is for the 'Library of Celsus', and I think it's amazing that it still stands when the rest of the building does not! Thanks for popping by - May the Journey Never End!
So whilst I'm sharing pics, when I went to South America in 2016 my Aussie Rules football team had won the premiership for the first time (and only) in my life time. Trick shots are all the rage on the Salar de Uyuni, hence the shot I share with you today! Thanks for popping by, …
iroshima is famous worldwide for one main thing, right? The first city to have an atomic bomb dropped on it. This may mean that some people don't consider it as the first place to go when visiting Japan, on the other hand some people probably suspect it's a must visit because of this reason. As far as destinations go, Hiroshima is an attractive city, with a baseball stadium, a castle, and a museum to that fateful day in 1945 attached to a memorial visitors really shouldn't miss when there.
Today is a photographic post, and I'm featuring Singapore's brilliant 'Gardens by the Bay'. Check out my best pics of the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest and Skywalk!
If you are a fan of giant, grandly decorated overblown buildings, then this one in Dushanbe, Tajikistan is one you'll not want to miss! Take a look inside one of the WORLD's most insane, yet perhaps beautiful in its own way, buildings!
Hi all. A photographic post today - heading to Senegal to the Island of Goree, a ferry ride from the capital Dakar. It's a pretty place to visit, but it hides a disturbing colonial past. Ile de Goree was, between the 15th and 19th centuries known for its role in the slave trade. It may …