Street art of Rome

When thinking of Rome, what comes to mind are images of the Colosseum, Vatican City with it’s St. Peter’s Basilica, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna, Fontana di Trevi… the list is pretty much endless, given the long history of this beautiful city, the Urbe. A lesser known aspect is the presence of a […]

Palace of Fine Arts at night, San Francisco

The Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District of San Francisco is a wonderful structure used by many as a backdrop for engagement and wedding photographs, and also as a nice relaxing place to enjoy a warm afternoon walk by the Marina. Needless to say, the Palace of Fine Arts in itself has compelled […]

Bondi to Coogee coastal walk

A visit to Sydney, Australia, is not complete without a trip to its marvelous beaches, like the famous Bondi Beach. If you are like me, with limited time and more into hiking and photography than surfing and sunbathing, then the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk is an absolutely fantastic way to get to visit several […]

Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is, together with the Sydney Opera House, probably the most famous landmark of the city, so much so that the two are oftentimes pictured together. While there’s plenty of ferries to bring you from one shore to the other inside the Harbour, the bridge seems to add something magic to its […]

Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is undoubtedly the landmark for Sydney. Its exquisite and fascinating architecture, with its complicated simplicity, so exposed and open on all fronts, reveals a different angle from all the places you can get to see it. I didn’t take the time to visit its interiors, but from the outside I sure […]

Intrude(rs) at San Francisco Civic Center

Intrude is a public light art installation currently hosted in front of San Francisco Civic Center. The installation consists of very large inflatable white rabbits, illuminated in white light at night. The creation belongs to Amanda Parer and will remain in exhibit at the current location until April 25th. If you have driven or walked […]

Graffiti in Berlin

Following my post about Berlin, I thought graffiti deserved a special post on their own, so here it comes. A small portion of the Berlin Wall has been maintained and transformed into a permanent exhibit where graffiti artists from all over the world have been invited to produce and paint one of their creations on […]


It was my first time visiting Berlin, and despite the cold and some light rain and snow, I had a chance to take few evening strolls around, enjoying the richness of what the city has to offer. Unquestionably, Berlin is tied to modern history in its gravest chapters, with WWII and the Cold War. The […]