Category Archives: Travel Photography


Vatican Museum & Inside the Colosseum

Today we brought our advance tickets to enter into the Vatican museums without standing in the ever-expanding line up. You don’t realize how big the wall is around the Vatican until you must walk around it to […]


The Colosseum, Palatine Hill & the Spanish Steps

Upon exiting the metro at the aptly named Coloseo stop,  the Colosseum appears before you in all its majesty. There is no way to miss this massive Roman structure as it stands directly ahead of […]


Roma: the Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona

After spending our first day in Rome catching up on some much needed zzzs, we headed out bright and early the next morning to wander the streets of Rome. Our first thought was to head […]


La Pedrera & Barcelona Cathedral

Next stop on our last day in Barcelona was La Pedrera, another Gaudi masterpiece. La Pedrera, also known as Casa Mila, was built between 1905 and 1910 and is known for its rooftop structures. Unlike any piece […]


The Sagrada Familia

Waking up a little earlier than usual we got our gear together and jumped on the metro heading to Gaudi’s most famous construction, the Sagrada Familia. This newly consecrated basilica is still under construction with […]


Park Guell

Our first full day in Barcelona my friend and I headed to Parc Guell, Antoni Gaudi’s famous park. It is filled with mosaic animals, pillars, gingerbread type houses and rib-like structures. The adventure through the […]


Barcelona Cathedral

After arriving at the airport my friend and I spent our first hour picking up the Barcelona City pass and then trying to navigate the metro system to find our hotel. Once we safely made […]


A Frozen River and Fat Icicles

After romping around in the snow with the Brampton Photo Group  at the Limehouse Conservation Area three of us decided to torture ourselves further. We headed north to the Eramosa river just outside the  town of Everton. […]


In the Land of Snow

On Saturday I planned a trip with the Brampton Photo Group to  the Limehouse Conservation Area just outside of Georgetown. The forecast said snow and the hopes was for the group  to practice shooting the newly […]