This picture has been shooted in Casablanca
Casablanca is the city i was born and raised
I love the Atlantic sea and the many and différents shore sides morocco offers
A beautiful heritage of dubai - old dubai.
Next to Al seef and dubai creek
Each corner is having story from the ancient time
Piazza San Marco, Venice. The Procuratie Vecchie, built for the first time in the 12th century and then rebuilt also apparently with the contribution of the architect Jacopo Sansovino in 1538, were for years the headquarters of the Assicurazioni Generali offices. In 2017 the restoration works began under the direction of the star architect David Chipperfield, works completed in April 2022. Since then, after 500 years, they are finally open to the public. On the third floor is the headquarters of the Generali The Human Safety Net ONLUS Foundation. And that's where I took the photo, an unprecedented point of view on Piazza San Marco and the Florian café.
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Brilliant sky juxtaposed against the lovely Norwegian town of Poulsbo Wa
“Blue Skies of Lil Norway”-2022
Los atardeceres en la ciudad de las 3 culturas son espectaculares, sobre todo cuando coinciden con el alumbrado de los edificios icónicos de la ciudad, el Alcázar y la catedral primada de Toledo.
My husband and I love ocean life but are now not able to travel to either Canadian coast. So, Sylvan Lake, in our province of Alberta, with its representative lighthouse (a tribute to the one at Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia) lifts our hearts. Especially with its nighttime light show. I shot this low with the phone upside down for that long alleyway look.
Sunsets to me are nature’s paintings. Colours so magnificent, clouds like beautiful strokes in the sky and mountains that contrast making the scene more vivid. Cruising through the Strait of Georgia
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The light was too much to ignore on these locally produced organic eggs. Capturing the last rays of summer at a recent retreat.
The formation is also pleasing to the eye.
I guess, I don’t have to describe this. It’s Hollands famous windmill, taken on a very strange scattered rain showers, like every 5-10 minutes.
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This photo was all about natural lighting and layers of yellow. I wanted something unexpected in the coffee cup, so I found a small sunflower that worked well. The flat lay perspective is much harder than it seems. I finished the look with a bit of fine tuning in Snapseed.
My family was on a rafting trip at the end of summer and this guy decided to catch a ride with us down the River. He didn’t seem bothered that I was right in his face with my camera capturing this photo.
Surveying her domain as the sun sets in the Western sky, and resting peacefully after a playful day. Her trusting demeanour speaks to the love and devotion she has to her home and loved ones.
“I hope I can be the Autumn leaf,
who looked at the sky and lived.
And when it was time to leave,
gracefully it knew life was a gift.”
“Stand Tall Little Sunflower!”
Sometimes we are able to stand tall with our faces toward the sun. And sometimes…it’s just not that kind of day.
The deconsecrated Church of Santa Chiara in Murano, restored and reopened to the public in 2016, is undoubtedly worth visiting. For the splendid restoration, for the furnishings, the glass and the demonstrations of glass art.
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This kayak suspended against the beautiful architecture of the Alderbrook Lodge caught my eye with it’s beauty
“Pacific NW Lodge Art”-2022
Vancouver harbour on a beautiful sunny autumn day. Loved nature’s placement of clouds as though paving way for the sun to shine through!
This river side buildings are most known as the dancing lady buildings, they are seen on popular photos in travel magazines, souvenir products and post cards.
Sunflowers are my happy flower…I can’t help but smile when I see one. And to capture it with the sunrise as well just made me giddy.
Driving around the countryside in late summer, a field full of hay bales is always a delight. It represents successful harvest and healthy stock for the winter months.
Amsterdam’s dancing lady houses and a dancing ladies sculpture art work located by the river fronting a museum and a river boat ride.
At the end of the day, at the setting sun when all is quiet, it is time for peace and reflection. Here in Canada, with so many lakes, the canoe is still the favourite choice on the water.
A century old church in Amsterdam that took a whole year to build with its detailed high ceiling beams and a solid brick walls withstanding the world war.