The Loire Valley, France A red diamond sits atop a yellow poste, blazing the word tabac. A bread baskets lands on a red-chequered tablecloth,
Let me tell you a little about Riga first - but if you haven't time for that today, you can jump straight down to the list below for 7 of
Austria's Lakes I don’t know why I’d never thought of this before. I’d admired lakes from afar, softly framed by frozen snow. I’d
The Stories the Stones Tell in Menorca No, not the Rolling Stones. The still stones. The ones that, by all accounts, should be gathering
Climbing the Dragon's Spine, China It curved and clawed away from me as I stared down its spine, the spine of the dragon. Taut, terraced and
Kakadu. The sound is soft yet distinctive, like a bird call that rolls and unfolds across the willows and the reeds, the waters, the low and
A surprise find in the Roman Colosseum...
Usually, I manage to find something beautiful, something that moves me wherever I go. But last night, in Petra, that didn’t happen.
Rummaging through the archives this week, I stumbled on my photos of the Taj Mahal, taken on an old point and shoot digital camera. While I have
Life sometimes reinforces our inadequacies in a brutal, confrontational way. Soon, I'll be introducing you to Norbert Niederkofler, an imaginative,
Venice has a tempestuous love affair with the world. Millions of adoring fans visit La Serenissima each year, lured by the sirens of the Adriatic.