One of the places I enjoyed the most in Scotland was this small town called Callander. It was really peaceful and quiet.
I visited Portland, Oregon, a few weeks ago, and one mandatory stop was to visit the Multnomah falls and its iconic Benson bridge. Located right next to a highway, the interstate 84, you can reach this waterfall by car (there's plenty of parking space) or by the Columbia Gorge Express for $5. I took this… Continue reading Multnomah falls
I have recently been in Maine for the second time and went shooting at sunrise in Portland. I tried a film simulation I made for the Fujifilm X-T2 to emulate and I'm quite happy with the results.
This time, let's dig deep into the street art scene of New York to find some gems hidden in plain sight. Last time in the New York Street Art Part I, we went through some big, larger than life, artworks around the streets of Lower East Side. However, there is even more artwork that we… Continue reading New York Street Art Part II
During a recent visit to New York, I had the chance to walk around Lower East Side in Manhattan, seeing and learning about some fantastic street artwork.
Trams in Lisbon are part of their identity and essential in their urban landscape.
The Edinburgh castle is really massive and has a very different and darker mood than others like Neuschwanstein or Meersburg.
Before the MLKJr weekend ends, I wanted to remember this great man recalling the historic area in his honor.
At the recent Automattic's Grand Meetup, the annual gathering of our company, in Whistler, Canada, we visited some nearby lakes to take some night shots.