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Travel Photo Of The Week – Panajachel Village on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Image: Panajachel Village on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala   This photo was taken as we were leaving Panajachel on route to Santiago via a ferry over Lake Atitlan. I’ll have to post some photos of the lake because it ... The post Travel Photo O...
by Beers and Beans on Feb 2, 2016

Travel Photo Of The Week – Window Box in Durnstein, Austria

Image: Picture Perfect Window in Durnstein, Austria Walking around Durnstein I spotted this picture perfect window and just had to take a photo of it. The flowers really popped against the dark shutters and the wine ... The post Travel Photo Of The...
by Beers and Beans on Jan 26, 2016

Travel Photo Of The Week – Small Town America in Sandusky, Ohio

Image: Acme Barber Shop in Sandusky, Ohio USA  Sandusky is a small town city on the shores of Lake Erie in Ohio. It’s a cute little spot with just enough to keep you entertained for a ... The post Travel Photo Of The Week – Small Town Am...
by Beers and Beans on Jan 18, 2016

Travel Photo Of The Week – Palm Tree in Maldives

Image: Palm Girl Sway, Maldives Palm Tree in Maldives taken at Gili Lankufushi island. The place is drop dead beautiful in every way and relaxing beyond belief. I like this lonely giant palm swaying in the breeze like ... The post Travel Photo Of T...
by Beers and Beans on Jan 12, 2016

Travel Photo Of The Week – San Trovaso Squero in Venice

Image: San Trovaso Squero in Venice, Italy  We’re starting a new segment here on Beers & Beans – travel photo of the week! I realized when going through some old images this past week that there are so ... The post Travel Photo Of T...
by Beers and Beans on Jan 7, 2016

Rainbow Harbour Bridge (Sydney, Australia)

The Sydney Harbour Bridge paints the water in rainbow colours as part of the 2014 Vivid Festival in Sydney. Celebrating light and art with sculptures and giant projections onto major buildings, Vivid greets winter with after-hours dazzling illuminate...
by Travel Wonders of the World on Jun 3, 2014

Photo of the Week: Baptistery Ceiling (Florence, Italy)

More famous for its bronzed doors, the mosaic ceiling of Florence’s elegant octagonal Baptistery is stunning. Likely started in the early 1200s and taking over a century to complete, (built between 1059 and 1128, the Baptistery predates the Cat...
by Travel Wonders of the World on Mar 14, 2014

Travel Photo of the Week: Rainbow in San Francisco

Upon coming back to San Francisco from Cambodia, I was greeted with a lovely rainbow. It was such a sight and I was so excited to see such a wonderful phenomenon. What a way to come back to America!
by No Roads And No Horizons on Mar 10, 2014

Photo of the Week: Piglet’s Tower (Volterra, Italy)

Rich in Etruscan and medieval history, Volterra is a relaxing escape in Tuscany. Perched on an imposing rocky plateau (indeed, the town’s name roughly translates landslide in Italian) and surrounded by forbidding ramparts and city gates, the sm...
by Travel Wonders of the World on Feb 16, 2014

Travel Photo of the Week: Monks at the Lady Temple

This week’s Travel Photo of the Week is Monks at the Lady Temple also known as Benteay Srei. The beautiful temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva is one of the most visited in Angkor. It is made of pink sandstone, which gives it a nice color t...
by No Roads And No Horizons on Jan 20, 2014

Travel Photo of the Week: Return of the Wanderer by Yeats

Travel Photo of the Week is the painting by Jack Butler Yeats called “Return of the Wanderer“. Yes, he was the brother of famed poet WIlliam Butler Yeats. The painting shown above was on display at the Ulster Museum in Belfast, Northern I...
by No Roads And No Horizons on Dec 23, 2013

Travel Photo of the Week: Memorial Stupa at Choeung Ek

Travel Photo of the Week is the Stupa at Choeung Killing Field in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. This stupa is a memorial to the victims of the Cambodian genocide during the Khmer Rouge regime. Within, hundreds of skulls of victims can be seen. Visitors can...
by No Roads And No Horizons on Dec 16, 2013

Travel Photo of the Week: 1984 Winter Olympics Bobsleigh Track

This now abandoned track in a remote area of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina was once the site of the 1984 Winter Olympics bobsleigh races. It is now taken over by the elements and graffiti.
by No Roads And No Horizons on Dec 2, 2013

Travel Photo of the Week: San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf

Exiting the Cable Cars and heading down to the Piers, this sign that reads “Fisherman’s Wharf of San Francisco” will be seen between street lights and passing tourists. An iconic part of San Francisco, many locals and tourists alike...
by No Roads And No Horizons on Nov 25, 2013

Travel Photo of the Week: New Bay Bridge of San Francisco

The New Bay Bridge of San Francisco is also known as the Willie L. Brown Jr. Bridge, named after the city’s former mayor. It makes up the Eastern span of the bridge. This picture was taken on Treasure Island in San Francisco, which is accessibl...
by No Roads And No Horizons on Nov 11, 2013

Travel Photo of the Week: Kotor Montenegro

  This image of the city of Kotor and Kotor Bay in Montenegro was taken while hiking the walls of the fortress that lead up the mountains. It was a cloudy day and later, a thunderstorm rolled in. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kotor is a go...
by No Roads And No Horizons on Nov 4, 2013

Travel Photo of the Week: Coit Tower Lit Red

Coit Tower in Pioneer Park in San Francisco was lit red the night this picture was taken. A famous landmark of the city, Coit Tower was designed by architect Arthur Brown Jr. and named after Lillie Hitchcock Coit.
by No Roads And No Horizons on Oct 28, 2013

Travel Photo of the Week: Thunder Mountain in Sedona

This week’s Travel Photo of the Week is Thunder Mountain in Sedona, Arizona. Sedona is known for the interesting rock formations and red color of the rocks. It is also considered a very spiritual place. I will cover a bit more about Sedona and...
by No Roads And No Horizons on Oct 19, 2013

Travel Photo of the Week: St. Mark’s Church in Belgrade, Serbia

St. Mark’s Church in Belgrade, Serbia is one of the top sightseeing attractions in the city. The interior of the church is still not completed, though the church was constructed from 1931-1940. Located in the Tasmajdan Park in the center of the...
by No Roads And No Horizons on Oct 11, 2013

Travel Photo of the Week: Korcula, Croatia During Sunset

The Island of Korcula is one of the many beautiful islands off the Croatian coast. It has a relaxed vibe and the harbor of Old Town Korcula is beautiful.
by No Roads And No Horizons on Oct 3, 2013


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