The Market Square in Bruges, Belgium is as it was in the olden days the place to shop and dine… taken in the middle of the day.
While visiting a relative in New York, I was amazed at the scenery from the window of her apartment. There are Tudor inspired buildings and there is even the United Nations.
A tool shed in Gutach, Germany (Black Forest)
I was walking through the narrow streets of old Quebec City on a rainy afternoon when I saw this dog by the window. Either the dog was waiting for his master or people watching, I thought it was cute…and I couldn’t resist taking his photo.
Wadi Rum in Jordan is quite a stunning place to visit…here is a photo of some camel riders as they pass through the desert. In the background is a small village.
Despite its age, the Grand Old Dame of Paris stands majestically for everyone to admire. This imposing structure is perhaps the most photograph of its kind. Whether it is taken in midmorning or late at night, it is what most people take with them home of their Paris’ visit.
What better way to see an old town like Bruges in Belgium than to take a horse carriage ride. It is a slow ride and if the carriage driver is knowledgeable of his/her town that is also a huge bonus.
In Einsiedeln, Switzerland is a thousand-year old Benedictine Abbey. This is where you will find this statue of St. Benedict on top of the hill overlooking the abbey below. If there is one thing St. Benedict was known for – it was his love for silence and solitude.
“Hey, wait for me!”
The boat sails along the river in Heidelberg while the man seems to quicken his pace as if to catch the boat at the next stop.
Heidelberg in Germany is known for its university. As you stroll the old town, you will immediately notice the many young men with different hats. These various hats indicate the fraternity to which these young men belong. You can sense the pride that they have as they go about their business.