Split Photography Location – Walk through history An ancient fortress by the Mediterranean Sea once home to a Roman Emperor, Split’s Diocletian Palace is a mighty sight.
Where to take the Best Photos in Manarola, Cinque Terre A rainbow of colourful buildings look out over the Mediterranean Sea as they sit perched high on rocky cliffs.
I’ve been keeping this project a secret for a few months now while I worked out the nitty gritty but it’s finally time to share with you what I’ve been busy dreaming into reality… The Wandering Lens is about to embark on an adventure photographing the European Coastline from the sea.
Florence Photography Locations Your guide to finding the best vantage points and photo spots in Florence… Terracotta roof tops, hidden courtyards and streets alive with historical features.
Pretty doesn’t begin to describe the Tuscan town of Siena. Perched on top of a hill overlooking rolling green fields with the Tuscan sun glowing down upon it, this Italian wonder is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Glistening seas and glamour await you in the magnificent municipality of Monaco. Bathed in year round sunshine and sitting pretty on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, Monaco is he kind of place you visit and dream about living.
Hohenschwangau is the gateway to a land of fairy tales. Nestled amongst snow covered forests its where horse drawn carriages transport visitors to the immensely lavish castles perched high upon hills.
If you find yourself in Italy, don’t skip Verona. Even if it’s just an overnight stop this gem is well worth the visit just to sit with your legs dangling over the walls of Piazzale Castel San Pietro and photograph as the sun sets over the entire city.
Please tell me I’m not the only adult first time skier to cause chaos at the ski slopes? As groups of four year old children zipped past me at what felt like the speed of Olympic downhill skiers, I stood awkwardly trying not to slip over whilst standing still.