Leaning Towards Pisa (#34)

I really could not think of how to photograph the Tower of Pisa in a way that has not already been captured millions of times. Furthermore, the place was jammed-packed with tourists wanting to get a… Continue reading

Waiting for Juliet (#33)

    While walking in Florence’s old town, I chanced upon this pretty window and bicycle.

Footprints in Florence

Florence is the capital of the Tuscany region in Italy. The city is considered a cultural, Renaissance art and architectural gem. Besides being well-known for its monuments, churches and buildings, Florence boasts of outdoor artworks, piazzas, bridges and elegant side… Continue reading

Medieval Tower Houses (#31)

  Please bear with me if you are seeing more than 3 posts in a day from me. I promise that this practice will stop as soon as I am able to publish… Continue reading

Sienese Beams (#30)

  The airy roofs of Siena. Textures, material, hardness and creativity combine to complete the picture!

Medieval Archway (#28)

Somehow, my post titled Medieval Archway (#28), appears to be missing from my site. So I’m reposting. This picture reminds me of C.S. Lewis’s fantasy book, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. In the story, Lucy goes… Continue reading

Siena: A Morning Walk in A Medieval City

The city of Siena is one of the most beautiful cities of Tuscany. This medieval city follows the contours of three hills, and is bordered by 7 kilometres of ramparts built between the… Continue reading

The Balcony (#29)

  One of my favourite photos taken during my walk along the medieval alleys of Siena, Tuscany region, Italy.   Taken on June 2014.

Sunrise at Lake Lucerne (#27)

  At 5:30am, Lake Lucerne is still in its slumber. A few minutes later, the sun peeps out from behind, casting a mystical silver glow on the water. I close my eyes, breathe in the freshness of cold morning and… Continue reading