Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Until the middle of the nineteenth century, Rotterdam was a modest town in the shadow of Dordrecht, Delft and Schiedam. The dam in the river Rotte, from which the city took its name was built around 1270. The railway links … Continue reading

Budapest, Hungary

The Hungarian capital of Budapest was so named in 1873 when the west banks of the Danube River, Buda and Óbuda, were united with Pest on the eastern side. Known as the Pearl of Danube, the city of Budapest has … Continue reading

Dawn at More London Place

Sunrise behind Tower Bridge and The Mayor's Building, London, England

Sunrise behind Tower Bridge and The Mayor’s Building, London, England

Sunrise from More London Place, London, England

Sunrise from More London Place, London, England

Sunrise from More London Place, London, England

Sunrise from More London Place, London, England

View of City from More London Place, London, England

View of City from More London Place, London, England

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Sunrise behind Tower Bridge and The Mayor's Building, London, England

Sunrise behind Tower Bridge and The Mayor’s Building, London, England

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey

The interior of the Aya Sofya (or Hagia Sophia as it is known in the west) is a building I’ve been looking forward to photographing for years. Originally built as a Greek Orthodox church in the sixth century, later a … Continue reading

Sucre, Capital of Bolivia

A 40 minute flight or an 11 hour bus ride? It was a tough choice but I opted for the aerial route from La Paz to Sucre. Architecturally this is a much more picturesque place than La Paz. The whitewashed … Continue reading

12:55pm 09-01-14 –  Newark Airport, Terminal C, New Jersey Sitting at the airport gate, my South American adventure about to begin, shortly I’ll step aboard a jet plane to transport me to the capital of Peru. I’ve had a quick … Continue reading