Tag Archive: photos

Walking around Prague

           Prague is a beautiful city with great old architecture. Here are some photos that I took during my visit. Advertisements

Fire Dancer in Prague

    While walking around Old Prague, there was a man dancing with fire.  He was so talented and it was a lot fun to watch. I find that on vacations we plan… Continue reading

Charles Bridge in Prague

       When I  was in Prague, I visited Charles Bridge. It’s a famous, iconic bridge founded by King Charles IV.  There was a jazz band playing on the bridge and I stopped to… Continue reading

Four paths

I took this photograph during my visit in Stockholm.  I was interested by all of the green space and how the paths met.  It reminded me of the Robert Frost poem “The Road… Continue reading

A closer look at flowers

I took macro (close up) photographs of flowers during my trip.  It’s amazing how changing your perspective can really alter the feeling of a photograph and make it more interesting. I really enjoy… Continue reading

Children running with tulips

While walking around the Tulip Festival, I noticed some children running through the paths. They were so happy and free. It was such a sweet, innocent and pure moment.

Sunset over a Canal

Amsterdam is a beautiful, alluring city. I fell in love with the charming canals, the old architecture and the people. On my last night, I watched the sun setting over a canal and… Continue reading

Prague at night

  Old Prague is beautiful. It’s great to walk around, site-see and enjoy the architecture. I really like the effect when you can tell something or someone is in motion. I took some… Continue reading

2014 Tulip Festival

  The Tulip Festival in Noordoostpolder, Holland is breathtaking. You are surrounded by so much beauty that it’s surreal and feels like a fairytale. It’s incredible to see all of the  different types… Continue reading

View from a Plane

                        I went on a trip last week and visited Prague, Stockholm and Amsterdam. They are such beautiful cities and it was a… Continue reading