Hello from Qatar! Starting August 2016 I’ll be living in Qatar for a time. If you want to know what I’ll be doing there and other details and see pictures, keep reading!
Category Archives: Photography
Do you know where this place is? Not everyone can get in. There is a laser beam on top of the minaret and a retractable roof that can be opened in 5 minutes. Take a look at these pictures and let me know if it isn’t a fascinating place.
Lake Camécuaro: “The Place of Bathing.” This time I want to show you a beautiful place to take pictures if you like nature with crystal clear water, geese, ducks, and amazing old evergreen trees. Check it out!
Chefchaouen’s vivid homes boast a combination of white and blue everywhere in its narrow cobblestone alleys and stairs. See some pictures I took there.
White and red houses of adobe with tile roofs and cobblestone streets, a long history, and local traditions make Pátzcuaro a magic village. Let me walk you around this particular place that amazes thousands of visitors each year. Keep reading!
Tai’erzhuang may be really difficult to pronounce, but some say that this is the most beautiful water town in China. Tai’erzhuang is one of the best places for two things. Check it out and see what it is.
Some of my pictures published in Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East book also required in some classes in some universities in the United States. I should mention that not all pictures in the book are mine. But read the story to find out more.
Rome is more than a city full of churches, monuments, and amazing structures, but whatever you do, you can’t afford missing the Colosseum. Do you want to take a look?
Today, being Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in Mexico, I’ll share with you a couple of pictures of that night I slept at the graveyard in 2010. Do you want to know what I saw? Here are some pictures.
If you could have one weekend in a country you have never been, what would you do? Only one weekend. That was my question when I found out that two of my Korean friends invited me to their temple ceremony in Seoul. I was really happy for them and I wanted to be part of it. So I made arrangements to go and planned on do some sightseeing. Obviously I didn’t see the whole country nor the entire city, but here are six great things I did while in Seoul, South Korea.