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Traveling to Scotland – First stop Glencoe

Glencoe, Buachaille Etive Mòr

I was very excited about my first trip to Scotland, especially Glencoe. I have always been fascinated about Scotland. I did the research and made the booking about two months in advance to be sure that all would work fine. My dream came true, one week by myself in Scotland! First night in Glencoe and the next following 6 days on the Isle of Skye.
Photographing Scotland is just a part of my Photographic Project called Photographing British Coast.
May 2016 – My dream comes true, one week in Scotland. First night in Glencoe, 6 days on Isle of Skye. Read more

Jurassic Coast, the perfect summer escape

Let me show you beautiful Dorset and explore stunning Jurassic Coast, now officially designated one of the Natural Wonders of the World by the UNESCO!
From miles of golden sands and sparkling sea, dramatic coastal scenery, spectacular white cliffs and Victorian charm of seaside towns you will have a chance to see it all… on the boat and on your feet.

During the British Coastline project, I have been researching and traveling to every corner of the Jurassic Coast, and I’m truly telling you, is one of the most amazing parts of the British coast. Not too far from London, like 2 hours drive, can be a day escape. If you looking for to stay overnight, there are a lot of B&B, Inns also, local pubs and restaurants for having lunch or diner.

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Whippendell Woods, Home of Star Wars

Whippendell Wood is an ancient woodland on the edges of Watford, England, covering an area of 165.3 acres. It is owned and managed by Watford Borough Council. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and has held this status since 1954.

Whippendell Wood has been used as a filming location for Star Wars; exterior shots for scenes set on the planet Naboo were filmed here for the 1999 prequel, The Phantom Menace. Read more

Cassiobury Park, a corner of Paradise

Cassiobury park is the place where I go every time when I feel to relax, to charge my batteries. I discovered 2 years ago when I moved in Watford and I get in love of that magnificent place. You have got almost everything here; green fresh air, wildlife, canals, walks, golf court, tennis court and a nice playground for kids with a small train, Whippendell Woods where has been filmed Star Wars. Read more

Morocco, the World of Color

For westerners, Morocco holds an immediate and enduring fascination. Though just an hour’s ride on the ferry from Spain, it seems at once very far from Europe, with a culture – Islamic and deeply traditional – that is almost wholly unfamiliar. Throughout the country, despite the years of French and Spanish colonial rule and the presence of modern and cosmopolitan cities like Rabat and Casablanca, a more distant past constantly makes its presence felt. Marrakech maintains a life still rooted in medieval times, when a Moroccan kingdom stretched from Senegal to northern Spain, while in the mountains of the Atlas and the Rif, it’s still possible to draw up tribal maps of the Berber population. As a backdrop to all this, the country’s physical make-up is extraordinary: from the Mediterranean coast, through four mountain ranges, to the empty sand and scrub of the Sahara. Read more