The US Capital is at its best in springtime. Although we were a few days late for the height of the Cherry Blossoms, some of the City’s iconic sites were well accessorized.
New York City is without a doubt one of the best American cities to photograph. It was difficult to do it justice on a 36 hour family trip. This is a random sampling of a tourist racing around town summer of 2009.
New York Harbor, Hudson River and the East River offered nice skylines of the city as well an excellent opportunity for portraits of America’s most famous French immigrant.
Paris feels like the city of love! The Eiffel Tower glows at night and sparkles like diamonds! In the one picture I posted, you can see the view from the top of the Eiffel Tower at night! The Basilica Sacre Coeur is magnificent inside and out, and Notre Dame reminded me of my younger years…
My travels through Koblenz and Heidelberg. As I practiced my German-speaking, I tried mounds of ice cream and gelato at the local markets.
Amsterdam is the city of activity. It’s bursting with people speaking all languages and moving with cars, boats, ferries every which way! The city is extremely beautiful by night!
Enjoy the Windy City, Chicago! With its great architecture and the famous BEAN! The TRUMP tower was just having it’s name put on the building, when I snapped this photo.
I recently visited some friends in Sacramento and we went to visit the California State Capital.
Tilda from the sky
In the quiet of the fresh falling snow, wild turkeys showed up in our yard.