Just like a good book has the capacity of transporting you into a different world, a beautiful postcard can potentially make you feel like you are in a destination far, far away. It’s about what’s in the paper, combined with your own imagination. When you allow your mind to immerse … more »
When people from abroad think of India, they easily imagine cows roaming around free, both in the country side and in the cities. No wonder they are wanted subject of photographs for tourists and travelers wanting to catch a little bit of India’s essence in a shot. The reason cows … more »
Sao Paulo, in Brazil, has the highest concentration of Japanese outside of Japan. The Asian community including Japanese, Chinese, Korean and other nationalities and descent, tends to traditionally concentrate in the area around Liberdade, where every Sunday an Asian market is held, displaying souvenirs, decoration items, clothing and, of course, … more »
Singapore is a place that will often surprise you with its contrasts. The city will remind you of The Matrix. But then there are places where color abounds and creativity runs free!
A panoramic view of Rio from Pao de Acucar, also known as, the Sugar Loaf Mountain. You have to take two cable cars to get to the Sugar Loaf Mountain. It’s well worth the effort!
We bumped into this kid on the streets of Havana. I was taking a picture with my iPhone and he walked up and tried to find the buttons on it. In a few seconds he figured out how to use the touchscreen to take pictures of himself: He … more »