Postcards from a solo adventure traveler…
Teetering at the edge of a high limestone cliff, the Romanesque fortress city of Bonifacio offers one of the most dramatic seascape in the Mediterranean. .read more
The recently opened Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris offers an intimate look into the creative process of the legendary designer.read more
The dramatic island of Corsica rises from the Mediterranean like a miniature continent. Its shores of precipitous cliffs and perfect half-moon bays have attracted visitors since the beginning of history. And still do.read more
More than the focal point of the city of Porto, the Douro River is the backbone of the region.read more
Porto is traditional Portugal at its finest, a charming old town that matures gracefully on the banks of the Douro, along with its world-famous wine.read more
Porto may have gained its identity from wine, but its historic center is defined by religion. Its skyline bristles with churches that illustrate the evolution of Portuguese architecture from Romanesque to Neoclassical.read more
Over the past seven decades, the name Christian Dior has become the embodiment of glamour and feminine elegance. Now, the iconic French fashion house is celebrating the milestone with a retrospective exhibit of 300 of its most breathtaking designs at the Musée des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. And it is a stunner!read more
Nestled in gently rolling hills covered at the southwestern edge of the Lubéron Regional Park, lovely Lourmarin is the sort of village dreams of Provence are made of.read more
One of the most picturesque corners of Provence, the Lubéron is famous for its medieval hilltop villages and its fragrant fields of lavender.read more
In the heart of Perigord, medieval Château La Fleunie lives on as a charming three-star boutique hotel, especially notable for its gourmet restaurant, La Table du Chevalier.read more
In southwestern France, limestone cliffs pitted with caves where humans have set up camp since the dawn of time have made the Valley of the Vézère a key area of world prehistory.read more
Throughout Medieval and Renaissance times, the Dordogne Valley, an especially scenic patch of southwestern France, experienced a tumultuous history that led to the construction of countless fortified castles and abbeys. Many of them are still standing today, beautifully maintained and ready to welcome visitors.read more
My passion for travel photography traces back to these early experiences. Since then I have visited over forty countries, taking tens of thousand of pictures along the way. I thrive to capture the cultural uniqueness of each area I visit.
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