Český Krumlov, Czech Republic, taken on December 27, 2014
Under the blue skies, calm and crisp, the tranquility of little Český Krumlov is reflected in its own mirror one winter morning, after the first snow of the year.
Conic Hill, taken on June 27, 2015
The lochs and hills of Scotland are such lovely treasures of this mystic country – I wonder how many love stories have taken place along the bonnie banks o’ loch lomond, hopefully with better endings than that in the song 😦
Amsterdam, the Netherlands, taken on April 9, 2011
A canal in central Amsterdam was lit up so glamorously at night, accompanying the swans that swam so leisurely as if performing a dance of the little swans. My companions and I walked along this path and later realized that the reason for the glamour was because this was the start of the famous red light district (or a part of it) in Amsterdam…how convenient!
Kerið, Iceland, taken on August 21, 2015
Kerið is an Icelandic masterpiece of nature. The colours of the volcanic crater accentuate and contrast with the clear aqua blue of the lake at the bottom, making it one of the most impressive stops on the Golden Circle.
Lucerne, Switzerland, taken on January 11, 2014
There was one moment throughout my travels where I genuine felt that I was heading to nowhere. That morning, the fog in Lucerne was unusually thick, and on the boat towards Weggis, not a thing could be seen ahead of us and I felt as if the vessel was heading towards the entrance to another world. “No destination, but we are together” was how I felt, but I was alone, with no togetherness, drifting into a land of nowhere.