Today I am disclosing all the locations and I hope that my pictures will be able to give you some good travel ideas should you have never visited the places I captured, but remember: don't watch everything through the lenses of your camera. Take your picture (don't look for the perfect one) and then put your camera away and enjoy the view.
Have you ever wondered where the scenes of the operas are? Where does those dramatic or comic event take place? I did, and I found 10 places to visit based on the plot of some very popular Operas and some of the least represented worldwide. I have identified 10 cities (actually 11) or geographical areas that in some cases I already know, in some others cases are brand new to me.
The photo included in this post display blue sceneries, both natural and architectural and convey a message of relaxation and elegance as well as the magnitude of Mother Nature, which is the best scenographer ever.
Have you ever wondered what the people of other Countries think of your own? I do. By travelling so much I discovered that the Italians are considered elegant, nice, friendly, happy, good at food and wine and privileged of living in what many consider the most beautiful Country on Earth.
To celebrate Labour Day I share with you some shots portraying people from all over the world. Some of them working hard, some others just doing nothing, which also is a way of working, or to rest from it.
Those who visited New York City and wanted to eat something local, bumped for sure into the Bagels. It’s a circular bakery product with a hole in the middle, cut horizontally and stuffed in several ways. Despite being sort of an “official” New York food, the Bagels appears to have been created in Europe.
Don't let the lockdown discourage you from traveling. Although there will be some restrictions and limitation in the near future, this current crisis won't last forever.