Aerial view of Lake Bled in Slovenia
26 Mar 2017 Bled #04

Elevated View of Lake Bled in Slovenia

When is a good time to visit the stunning Lake Bled in Slovenia? I think any time is good to go to Bled, but autumn is a fantastic season especially for landscape photography. And landscape photography is the genre of photography that will keep you occupied when you visit this beautiful Slovenian destination. […]

Niagara Falls - Illuminated American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls
23 Mar 2017 Niagara Falls #10

Illuminated American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls as Seen from the Canadian Side

This is another one of those peculiar pictures, where you’re standing in one country photographing a location in another country. Niagara Falls is the collective name for three waterfalls on the Canada-United States border. In this picture you see two of them: the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls. […]

View from Victoria Peak in Hong Kong
22 Mar 2017 Hong Kong #07

The Most Vertical City in the World

As I mentioned in one of the previous posts, Hong Kong is often called “the most vertical city in the world”. This amazing Chinese city owes its nickname to the extremely high concentration of skyscrapers and high-rise buildings. The tallest skyscraper in this picture is Two International Finance Centre. It was completed in 2003, and with its 415 m (or 1,362 ft), it is currently the second tallest building in Hong Kong. […]

Essential Things for WordPress Sites

Advice for WordPress Newbies

In the previous article in this cycle, I described the installation process of the most popular content management system: WordPress. If you have installed WordPress recently and are a new user, I have some tips for you about the essential things that your site should have. […]

Typical Valletta Houses, Malta
17 Mar 2017 Malta #04

Wideangle View of Typical Valletta Houses with Balconies

Personally, I find these wooden Maltese balconies really cool. Truly Maltese style. They are ubiquitous in Valletta and many other places in Malta. Since they are closed, I wasn’t even sure at first, if ‘balconies’ was the correct word. But they are indeed balconies. They are not verandas, because verandas must be open. […]