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An epic sunset at the Roman Forum |Rome, Italy

Although the Colosseum is allegedly the main attraction in Rome, Italy, it was in the Roman Forum, surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings dated from the 7th century BC, that I felt all the awesomeness of Rome. It is just amazing to be able to, today, stand beside all these buildings where the […]

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Boca do Inferno | A unique rock formation in Portugal

Earlier in september I had the pleasure to visit for the second time this scenic cliff formation located west of Cascais, Portugal known as Hell’s Mouth (Boca do Inferno in portuguese), formed by the erosion of a weak vein of limestone in the cliff face. This initially lead to a cave being excavated which slowly expanded over […]

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Civita di Bagnoregio | Jewel on the Hill

A small jewel I found on my way from Rome to Florence during my trip to Italy earlier in September. I am so happy that I found Civita di Bagnoregio after seeing so many photographs of this little town. Founded by the Etruscans about 2.500 years ago, Civita is perched on top of a hill among […]

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Belem Tower | A beautiful sunset in Lisbon, Portugal

I was planning to photograph the Monument to the Discoveries using that beautiful sunset golden light earlier this October during my trip to Portugal, however, when I looked back, even more beautiful was the sunset itself behind the  Belém Tower (Portuguese: Torre de Belém). I immediately run back to setup up the equipment just in time […]

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Riomaggiore at dusk | Cinque Terre, Italy

After visiting Manarola and Vernazza, my third and last day in Cinque Terre, Italy was in the beautiful Riomaggiore village, situated in a small valley in the Liguria region and the first village one meets when travelling north from La Spezia. The village, dating from the early thirteenth century, is known for its historic character and […]

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