A distant dream of Tuscany. Unreal cypress trees lining the edge of the horizon. Breathless sight.
New York Botanical Garden: a close study on hanging plants that twirled and mingled.
New York Botanical Gardens : finding beauty from a messy green plant. Life strives in every kind of condition…
New York Botanical Gardens : zooming into a micro world of smallness. Huge surprises to be found.
This was a snap from the section of the mosque-cathedral with a minimal lighting condition and crowded by tourists.
The best kind of food shopping at a small town in Tuscany open market… A 70s vibe .
A reflection of the inner palace section in Alhambra, Spain with bright sunlight and clear sky.
At the "Specchio di Venere", the small thermal lake of volcanic origin on the island of Pantelleria.
On my way to work I saw this incredible sunrise. I just had to pull over my car to capture this view with its three mills in a little frozen landscape.
Afternoon strolling in Kyoto mesmerizing quiet light, shapes, shadows and colors.
A corner of the colorful monastery that was converted to a palace on top of the mountain on a rainy and cloudy condition.
In the late afternoon, when the evening gradually approaches, along the Adige river with the abbey of San Zeno in the background. In beautiful Verona.
A favourite locale in Alberta is the tiny town of Sylvan Lake. The people of the town did a fine job of redesigning this popular summer city into a year-round delight for locals and visitors alike. This walkway is built along the lake’s edge providing a great vanishing point perspective.
There’s something about old stone buildings that is so magnificent to photograph. The colours of the stones, the textures, the history. Who lived here once and what was their life like? If only the camera could go back in time to reveal the answers.
Sub-freezing temperatures combined with sunny days form the most unlikely artwork of Mother Nature - icicles, which are always pretty in scenic photos of winter wonderlands.
The stunning seascape of Salthill overlooking Galway Bay in the golden hour.
I live in an area with loads of greenhouses, for many kinds of flowers and vegetables. On a certain way they always attract me. I liked this one, because all the windows are wide open, that gives a completely different effect.
A glace on a buffet table in a Paris hotel. Sparking lights adorned some still wine wares. An ordinary sight under amazing light.
I found this canoe near the government building underneath a major local skyway. The Canada Centre for Inland Waters is one of the world’s leading water-research complexes. There are several little islands in this area which house hundreds of birds.
This street in Borculo, the Netherlands, used to be my playground more than 45 years ago. I visited my former hometown during the last week of the year 2022. I loved the Christmas tree, and the lights in the street during the blue hour.
The splendid colors of autumn with Castelvecchio as a backdrop. In beautiful Verona.
We were driving along country roads in Alberta, thick with fog. Although slippery, my husband managed to make a stop when I espied this pretty shot. A little trial and error put a sun star in the perfect nestled position in the branches. The splayed God’s rays and deep long shadows provided balance for this spindly group of trees.
The beautiful windmills at the Dutch town of Zaanse Schans. I fell in love with this wonderful place for the simplicity of the town, and that the whole place smelled of chocolate thanks to a nearby chocolate factory! Can’t wait to return one day.
The United Kingdom
Locally grown blooms standing bright in the shadows
Cheeky seagulls are always eager to prove they’re the best photobombers in the animal kingdom!
Taken at dusk during a rush hour time in the iconic Golden gate of San Francisco using a tripod to prevent blurring of the shot.
The United States
A beautiful lightscape highlighted an old oak tree at the Botanic Gardens in Fort Worth, Texas, USA. I thought it gave the tree an otherworldly look.
Morning fog on the Claddagh, an area near Galway city centre, where the River Corrib meets Galway Bay.
I joined a photowalk for mobilephotography, we walked along a lovely part of Rotterdam ‘de oude haven’ (the old harbor)
These are the yellow cubehouses in Rotterdam, there is just one point, when you stand exactly in the midddle, you see the star above you.
Gazing Swiss Alp in a majestic moment. Time stopped and mind exploded.