Being on top of the world doesn’t mean anything unless you know what it’s like to be at the bottom first.
Tanah Lot from above, Bali Indonesia.
Hundreds of brick-red roofs along the coast of Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik Croatia.
River Seine from Eiffel Tower, Paris.
Frosty river with Zurich as a background; viewed from EuroStar.
Line of stone-monks draped with yellow muslin in the compound of Wat Mahathat, the ancient Kingdom of Ayuthayya, Thailand.
Ljubljana town from one of the windows of Ljubljana Castle.
Snow field, as far as the eyes can see, Zurich Switzerland.
River Seine flowed lazily to the northernpart of Paris.
Chiang Mai from Wat Phra Doi Suthep.
Boats and yacths dotted Dubrovnik Habour, while the sky seemed pretty menacing.
Ljubljana town from the Castle’s Tower.
Narrow alley like this one is a normal scene in Dubrovnik. I nearly lost my life scaling hundreds of steps of the City Old Wall. Definitely not going to risk another attempt to waste my energy on this set of petite stairs.
Onofrio’s Fountain of Dubrovnik; survived the medieval wars as well as the 1990’s Balkan Wars.
The domes of the Saint Nicholas Cathedral, Lesser Town, Prague.
Stradun or Placa is the main street of Dubrovnik, Croatia. These limestone-paved pedestrian street witnessed the courages of its people in defending Dubrovnik from Serbs during the 1990’s Balkan Wars,
Zagreb New Town from Uspinjaca Station, Zagreb Croatia.
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge charmed onlookers from Castle Hill, Budapest.
Four shivering mockingbirds on the roofs of one of the ruins in Rasnov Fortress, Brasov Romania.
A melancholy dog howling to the sky, at the edge of Topkapi Palace land facing the Asian side of Istanbul.
Boats moving to the opening of Bosphorus Straits to the Marmara Sea, as dawn broke.