Traveling Through Colors: Blue

There are beautiful blue skies in California today and maybe that’s why so many of the images in this post are of the gorgeous skies contained therein. Whatever the case, enjoy this trip around the world with the color blue. Hint: Click on images for much larger versions Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Finisterra – Daniel Nahabedian

Title: Finisterra Description:Finisterra means the end of the world. This is the farthest tip west in Spain, before the Atlantic Ocean. People used to believe the land ended here and nothing was beyond the ocean.(link: http://www.canvas-of-light.com/2010/09/finisterra/) Photograph Copyright Daniel Nahabedian

Photo Of The Day – Hanging Prayers – Daniel Nahabedian

Title: Hanging Prayers Description: This shot was taken on the Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage path in Spain. Woven crosses and prayers were hanging on a fence, put there by hundreds of pilgrims every day. Photograph Copyright Daniel Nahabedian

Photo Of The Day – High In A Fort Tower

Title: High In A Fort Tower Location: Alcazaba Fortification, Malaga, Spain With modern Malaga and the Mediterranean Sea as a backdrop, some locals carry on a discussion. Photograph Copyright Peter West Carey Are you interested in purchasing, licensing or using this photo? Contact me!

Photo Of The Day – Mothers, Don’t Let Your Kids Touch Memorials Or This Will Happen

Title: Sculpture Location: Malaga, Spain Description: Ok, you won’t really be turned to stone if you touch a memorial in Spain.  At least I hope not. Photograph Copyright Peter West Carey Are you interested in purchasing, licensing or using this photo? Contact me!

Photo Of The Day – Inside The One Armed Lady, Spain

Title: Inside the One Armed Lady Location: Malaga, Spain Description: The One Armed Lady is so named as only one of the churches two spires was ever finished, due to financial matters hundreds of years ago.  But the inside is magnificent.  I loved the mix of natural light Continue Reading →

I Forgot To Tell My Daughter There Will Be Cats In Morocco

Planning a trip with my daughter in mind always changes my perspective before a trip.  And that is the case with the upcoming trip to Africa as part of the People, Places and Patterns Project (http://pppproject.com).  This project actually branched off the original plan for my daughter and Continue Reading →

Introducing The People, Places and Patterns Project

It’s nearly 2010 and I simply can’t wait to start planning for big adventures ahead.  I’ve got this crazy idea, a crazy idea I’ve already purchased tickets for.  Like most of my crazy ideas, this one involves travel, a chance for you to help and receive an awesome Continue Reading →