Changing the prespective
Last month, I had the opportunity to visit one of the holiest places on earth – The Vatican City. I got to climb the stairs and go up the St. Peter’s Basilica and look at the Vatican from the top.
The city of Rome is a treasure house. The longer you stay the more you discover. It is an ancient city. Yet, you can see life breathing in every corner of the city.
In this series, I have tried to capture the major landmarks of Rome.
Built in around 100 AD, this marvellous piece of work is an absolute art. The Pantheon stands in the centre of all that you want to see in Rome. So, you cannot miss out on this one and you must not. Plus, it is free.
After a long day of trekking at the Natural Bridges State park, we decided to drive to Santa Cruz beach to unwind. Little did we know, the amazing surprise we had waiting for us.
Simply beautiful. The colors just compliment each other so perfectly. I could not ask for a better picture.
As we biked along the tracks of small island Bornholm, DK, we couldn’t help but be amazed at the mystical landscape formed by the fog.
This is the second picture in the series “Windows of the world”. Beauty just keeps on getting better each time. Colorful and vibrant, flowers just made the plain white walls lively. You could just keep looking and appreciating it for hours.
I will be posting beautiful windows from around the world. I took these during my recent visit to Wurzburg, Germany. Those were the most beautiful windows I had ever seen.
The beautiful Wurzburg palace in rain.
Coming from India, this was the first thing to hit me, when I hear the term nostalgia. India no doubt has been seen as the curry house by the entire world. In certain terms, it is true and beautiful.
One of the amazing things in the small city of Wurzburg is its vibrant young culture. The city knows how to relax and be there in the moment. The view from the bridge is amazing.
The city of Würzburg. It is a living and thriving example of the human spirit.
A cliff diver captured in his glorious moment as he jumps off the edge of Opera House at Copenhagen, thousands of on-lookers holding on their breath as he plunges into the ice-cold water.
As I walked into the garden, I was amazed. Amazed at the beauty ? Yes. But more amazed at the crowd that had gathered to see the nature with its make up on.
I decided this to be my picture series to start my blog. There are quite many reasons behind it.