All posts filed under: World Heritage Site

Pacific Northwest Photo Tour

Over the past 7-8 years I have led many of our photo club members to most of the American National Parks in the Western United States and the most rewarding and memorable trip was probably the Pacific Northwest taken in this time of year (late […]

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World Heritage Sites in China

We visited China about ten years ago in 2007.  We first toured Yunnan Province in southwestern China and afterwards spent 10 days in Beijing to tour all the tourist spots in the area, including Chengde Mountain Resort.  Here is the picture of the Great Walls […]

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World Heritage Sites in Italy

My first visit of Italy was in 1998 and that was before the digital camera become popular. I still remember taking fifteen rolls of Kodak 36 exposure film and coming back for developing and printing and sadly throwing away half of the prints (what a […]

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World Heritage Sites in Croatia

We had a very nice visit to Croatia in December of 2008. That was many years ago before I established my website (blog) and before I ever heard of the term “World Heritage Site”.  We were most impressed with the old southern town of Dubrovnik […]

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Mt. Fuji Japan

I took this picture about ten years ago when our plane was on holding pattern waiting to be landed at Tokyo Narita Airport.  It was a rare occasion because the plane coming from U.S. crossing Pacific Ocean normally does not see Fujisan before landing at Narita. […]

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Gondolas in Venice

If you ask me which city I’d never get tired of visiting – my answer is definitely Venice. It’s such a unique and fascinating place to just walk around and get lost sometime but no matter where you go and at every corner you turn […]

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Blue Footed Booby in Galapagos Islands

We visited Galapagos Islands during Christmas holidays four years ago. We saw many kinds of birds we normally do not see in lower continental USA. One particular bird really drew our attention was blue-footed booby – the adults and the chicks. We even saw a […]

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Mesa Verde’s Cliff Dwellings

To tour Mesa Verde National Park in southwest cornet of Colorado state is to learn how Ancestral Puebloans lived for 700 years during A.D. 600 to 1300. They were also referred as Anasazi people or in Navajo’s word of “ancient people”. It is the best […]

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Mountains, Lakes, Creeks and Weeping Wall

In a four-day tour of Glacier National Park that we had planned year ahead gave us a glimpse of the immense and wild landscape of wonderful photographic dimension. We enjoyed the rugged mountain terrain, the peaceful lakes and the incredible waterfalls that lead to the turbulent creeks […]

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Istanbul Turkey

Istanbul was our beginning and end of our 12-day tour of Turkey in May 2016. East meets West in Istanbul, the sole city to span two continents, Asia and Europe. It is a huge city with population over 12 millions and is the financial center […]

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