Of the idyllic Greek Islands everyone knows Santorini and yeah, its bloody beautiful! In fact watch this space for some images of this famous island. Across the Caldera is the little island of Thirasia which is usually a 1/2 day excursion from Santorini. It's how Santorini probably was before the rich, the famous and the... Continue Reading →
In Arizona there’s a small town called Jerome. Jerome was the epicentre of copper mining before being deserted and then lovingly restored into the trendy chic town it is now. These couple of guys had just ridden into town and were having a bit of chuckle outside one of the many bars. What they were... Continue Reading →
In a dusty corner, in the Karadjozberg mosque in Mostar, three Korans were sitting on the window sill on book pedestals in the sunlight. To me it was a tranquil spot that begged me to make a picture and this is result.
Arguably the prettiest palace in Venice’s lagoon, Burano is known for its lace industry and the colourful houses that line the streets and canals. Legend has it that the fishermen in days gone by wanted to see their houses from afar as they returned after a hard day’s trawl. A walk along the streets will... Continue Reading →
Romeo! Romeo! Wherefore art thou? That’s Verona, famous for the balcony featured in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet but it’s more than just that. The Via Mazzini Verona’s cobbled designer street starts from the still used third largest roman amphitheatre. The street and obligatory designer Mini ad was taken from the top of its terrace. Off Via... Continue Reading →
This is the infamous gherkin in London. With its shape, the fact that it has the grave of a roman girl at its base and was built to replace the Baltic exchange building that was badly damaged by an IRA bomb; it is an unusual building on the outskirts of an unusual area of London.... Continue Reading →