Category : Nona Hora

Paris in Instagram Squares

This is the second collection of the Instagram photo updates from my Paris Escape trip, containing pictures taken in Paris, France. The first set of photo updates can be found here – Saint Petersburg in Instagram Squares. Click on image to view full size. gmeanm3r

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Saint Petersburg in Instagram Squares

While being on the trip to Saint Petersburg, I was capturing and posting my photo updates via Instagram app. However, some “squares” have never been published. This post contains all taken Instagram pictures, including photos of Saint Petersburg’s cityscape views and masterpieces from the Russian Museum and Hermitage Museum. ***Just FYI, some interesting facts about the pictures of the artwork …

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Delta Douglas DC-3 Ship 41

This post is dedicated to all Trolley Dollies around the world’s sky (a.k.a. Stewardesses, Air Hostesses, and Flight Attendants). Thank you for your service, Ladies! 70 years ago, on March 16, 1945, Birdie Perkins boarded Delta’s passenger aircraft as its first flight attendant… I wanted to visit the hangars of the Delta Flight Museum since its grand re-opening in 2014. …

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Street Portraits from Rio

I continue publishing my street portrait photography from Rio de Janeiro. If you haven’t seen the previous post Portraits Of Strangers: Brasileiros And Cariocas, please take a look. It contains street portraits of the local residents of Rio de Janeiro (Cariocas). Today, however, I publish a mix of portraits of Brazilians and Tourists captured on the streets of Rio. Click …

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2014 FIFA World Cup Mural. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Wall graffiti and murals in Brazil became legalized in 2009, when the Brazilian government passed the law, which decriminalizes street art. In an amendment to a federal law that punishes the defacing of urban buildings or monuments, street art was made legal if done with the consent of the owners. Since then, many property owners commissioned artists to produce graffiti …

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The Tiles of Selaron Steps

This is a follow-up post containing more photos of the tiles of Escadaria Selarón photographed during my recent visit to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Selaron Steps are covered in 2000+ tiles collected from over 60 countries around the world. Some of the tiles are hand painted by Chilean-born artist Jorge Selaron. More information and photos can be found in …

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Photo Essay: Birds Eye Tour of Rio de Janeiro

Happy New 2015! I wish everybody a great year ahead, full of wonderful adventures and safe travels! In the first post of the new year, I would like to thank all of you, the readers of this Travel Photo Journal, fans of my photography, and members of Memographer’s social networks. I send a personal “Thank you!” to each of Memographer’s …

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The Selaron Steps. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Selaron Steps (Escadaria Selarón) is a set of world-famous 215 steps which connect the Lapa and Santa Teresa neighborhoods in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The steps are 125 meters long and covered in over 2000 tiles collected from over 60 countries around the world. They are the work of Chilean-born painter Jorge Selarón, who lived in a house next …

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Christmas Bike Photo Tour of my Neighborhoods

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and yours! Best wishes for a healthy 2015! Today’s travel photo post will be different. I am going to take you on a bike ride and show you my neighborhoods. I ride this 20-mile (33 km) course on Mondays. However, Christmas Day is a perfect day for a bicycle tour… We’ll start on …

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Dreaming of Rio. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Gorgeous beaches, fantastic music, great food and some incredible scenery make “Cidade Maravilhosa” (The Marvelous City) a wonderful vacation destination. Just recently I had the opportunity to travel to the city I have always dreamed of visiting – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The experience was incredible! I had attended the World Cup match on Maracana Stadium; rested on Copacabana beach; …

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Park Guell, Antoni Gaudi. Barcelona, Spain

The desire to see in person the Masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi, a Spanish Catalan architect, was one of the reasons to visit Barcelona, Spain this year. I admire Gaudi’s work since my childhood and call him the Architect of the Wonderland. During the EuroTrip 2014 I visited the Park Güell, Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló (my all time favorite building), Casa …

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Barcelona Street Photography

Barcelona, Spain is one of the most pedestrian-friendly cities in Europe. It is famous for having about 130 hectares (equals to 260 football fields) dedicated to “pedestrian-only” streets/zones. Before the 1992 Olympic Games, there were no beaches in the city and the seaside was owned by the local industries. But, when Barcelona decided to host the Games, the city was …

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