All posts tagged: travel photography

Irish Spring

Cobh is a small town in Ireland built on a steep hill. It is so small, it is hard to imagine Titanic made its last stop in its harbour. I travelled there during a trip to Ireland this spring. Unfortunately, the weather was not so […]

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Corfu, Part II

I know that I have been gone from the blog for entire two weeks, but if you took so many photos on Corfu island as I did you would be too… After capturing so much beauty I wanted to take the time to go through […]

Old fortress of Corfu from sea

Corfu, Part I

The Island of Corfu has rich history and magnificent natural beauty. It is big enough to feel like you are on the mainland and small enough to feel like a parallel world with its own rules. I love the sea and there I have seen […]

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Corfu bay

Island Paradise

I have just returned from a fantastic weekend on Corfu island in Greece. It has been such a nice escape from reality and mundane city life. So much to see and experience, and so much beauty everywhere. Corfu is the perfect mix of relaxed Balkan […]

street in Kapana Plovdiv

Plovdiv’s Creative District

A future 2019 European Capital of Culture and the oldest inhabited city in Europe, Plovdiv should be on your travel list for this year. That’s right Plovdiv is older than Athens and Constantinople and has not stopped living and breathing a multitude of cultures throughout the centuries. Apart from […]

year of wanderlust

Year of Wanderlust

As the year is coming to an end, I feel the need to make a sentimental post to summarise it. I have many reasons to feel sentimental about it. It has been one of the happiest years of my life. With a great new job […]

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Indian Summer in the Alps

Where is the ideal place to spend time outdoors in a warm weekend in autumn? I think I have never appreciated the beauty of autumn so much, but a weekend in the Alps has changed that! We visited our friends from Germany for two days […]

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Exploring Ireland

I have finally found the time to look through all my photos from my trip to Ireland. Those two weeks I managed to explore so many towns and attractions – starting from the coastal villages near Dublin, continuing with the Wicklow mountains and Glendalough, passing […]


Holiday in Ireland

My holiday in Ireland was so relaxing and stimulating at the same time – two weeks of exploring new places, spending time outdoors, eating delicious food and taking pictures. It was the perfect escape, away from tourist traps and with zero time spent on social […]

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To Rome with Love

Now that I have visited Barcelona and Rome in the same year it is hard to pick a favourite. To me both cities epitomise a triumph of art and beauty – Barcelona is exuberant and fun and Rome is magnificent and timeless. The Eternal City as […]

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Veliko Tarnovo

Before Sofia, Veliko Tarnovo was the capital of Bulgaria. This was in the middle ages and no wonder the town is such an international tourist attraction – there you feel transported back in time.  The main point of interest is Tsarevets hill with the Second Bulgarian Empire’s  fortress […]

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Barcelona, Part II

Barcelona is the stunning view from Park Guell. Barcelona is the golden light between the narrow streets of Barri Gotic.  It is the cerveza in a small glass  in a crowded bar.  It is the sandwich with ham and fresh orange juice for breakfast, the […]

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