Save Just One Rhino

Save Just One Rhino

How can we afford not to – Save Just One Rhino Every seven and a half hours a rhino is killed. . .  Just think about that; EVERY seven and a half hour. It’s a little more than three a day. The same amount of time you spend on getting up in the morning,...
Calatrava at Gare do Oriente, Lisbon

Calatrava at Gare do Oriente, Lisbon

Calatrava at Gare do Oriente, Lisbon Today’s post is a small serie of photos from beautiful Lisbon in Portugal The Gare do Oriente is a major train, bus and metro station located in eastern Lisbon. It is designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and...
Editing Photographs

Editing Photographs

Editing Photographs Today’s photo is from New Zealand taken 21 years ago. This beautiful spot is just a little southeast from Milford Sound, Lake Te Anau in New Zealand. I’m very fond of this photo, it reminds me of the tranquility and the peace you find...
Art at Aros in Aarhus

Art at Aros in Aarhus

  Art at Aros in Aarhus The other day I went to Aros to enjoy an exhibition with one of my favorite Danish artists. Going to an art exhibition you might think, how hard can it be? Let me tell you, it can be pretty hard. But of course if you are a new reader you...
Old Havana are the core of city

Old Havana are the core of city

Old Havana are the core of city Old Havana, (La Habana Vieja in Spanish), are the core of the original city of Havana, with more than 2,000 hectares it exhibits almost all the Western architectural styles seen in the New World. La Habana Vieja was founded by the...
The charm of Suchitoto

The charm of Suchitoto

The charm of Suchitoto There is a certain magic flickering in the air when passing the one story houses with tiled roofs through the cobbled stone streets of Suchitoto. The charm of Suchitoto is easy to spot. You will find no glimmering lights or fancy cafes but...
The Petronas Tower

The Petronas Tower

The Petronas Tower The Petronas Tower are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With 452 meters they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 and remain the tallest twin towers in the world replacing the World Trade Center in New York, according...
Smiling Sun

Smiling Sun

Smiling Sun In the 1970’s there were fears of war, environmental disasters and nuclear power. In response to Sweden’s opening of the Barsebäck nuclear power-station in 1975, dreams of a green planet with peace and justice; inspired many to engage in...
The Trabant

The Trabant

The Trabant Today the Trabant is in some cases, trendy or cult for collectors to buy. Some think of the car as a joke. But I assure you the people in former GDR waiting for a new car up to ten years did not think of it as a joke. Due to the long waiting period...

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