Looking for some unusual shooting while in Madrid? Then, Chamberi ghost metro station might be something you might really enjoy. Chamberi is a defunct metro station located on the Line 1 of the Madrid Metro, one of the largest and oldest rapid transit systems in the world. Continue reading “Chamberi ghost metro station”
Located just outside Munich and considered one of the tourist highlights of the Bavarian capital, the glorious baroque and rococo Nymphenburg Palace was one of my chosen destinations for shooting photos during a recent German trip.
Worldwide famous Park Güell is one of the main tourist sightseeing in Barcelona. It was Gaudi’s most ambitious project after the yet unfinished Sagrada Familia basilica church. Continue reading “Shooting at Park Guell”
The colorful seaside neighborhood of El Cabanyal is well worth a photo shoot if you visit Valencia.
Once an independent fishermen’s municipality, El Cabanyal became part of Valencia at the end of the 19th century while maintaining a mix of working-class and residential atmosphere.
Photographing Sheikh Zayed Mosque is really a pleasure for your eyes. The lavish and bright white Sheikh Zayed Mosque is a perfect place for shooting photos if you visit the United Arab Emirates.
New York is the most photographed city in the world. Surprised? Despite all the plenty of images of the Big Apple you normally see on the web, newspapers or magazines, there’s always hunger for new images of New York all over the world.
While exploring Barcelona, architecture photography’s lovers will fall in love with the historical Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau. Located a just 10-minute walk from the iconic Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia basilica, this not to miss historical building complex was built between 1901 and 1930.
Are you looking for some unusual sightseeing in Barcelona to shoot? Then, Poblenou cemetery is the place you should head to.