Lotuses and Dragonflies

As summer arrives so are the blossom of lotuses, and along come with dragonflies and bumble bees. I visited Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens in Washington, DC two days ago. Though the peak blooming of lotuses probably two weeks away, nevertheless, there were plenty of opportunities to […]

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Woodpeckers Feeding

I had an unusual bird scene on my deck this morning. First, a pair of downy woodpeckers showed up at the feeder and showed the feeding scenes. Shortly after they left a pair of red-bellied woodpeckers came along and showed the feeding actions. I have […]

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Roses after Rain

I was late going to Brookside Gardens for roses this year due to my travel. Not only did I miss the peak blooming but watched a severe thunderstorm the day befor to do more damage to petals. I managed to get a few ones I […]

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Salzburg Austria

The Historic Center of the City of Salzburg, also known as the Altstadt, is a district of Salzburg, Austria, recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. It corresponds with the historic city center, situated on the left and right banks of the Salzach river. […]

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Innsbruck, Austria

It was our first visit to Innsbruck Austria during our recent tour of Germany, Switzerland and Austria. I love this mountain city that hosted Winter Olympic Games twice (1964 and 1976). The old town is fascinated with narrow street and full of many old Baroque […]

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Lucerne Switzerland

We visited the beautiful lake side city of Lucerne for two days. We took a leisure walk along the lake and ended up at the Chapel Covered Bridge for lots of photographic opportunities.

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