The Epupa Falls are created by the Kunene River on the border of Angola and Namibia, in the Kaokoland area of the Kunene Region. The name "Epupa" is a Herero word for "foam", in reference to the foam created by the falling water. There’s a famous camping site just by the falls where we stayed a few days on summer 2011. Photos 6 and 7 by MC Soler.
mercredi 30 mai 2012
dimanche 27 mai 2012
Often declared one of the modern Wonders of the World, its red metallic structure dominates the San Francisco landscape. Since its opening in 1937 the bridge has became probably the most photographed bridge in the world. Photos taken in 1995.
jeudi 24 mai 2012
Djeema El Fna is a square and a market place in Marrakesh’s medina quarter. Crowded by the most different people; locals, tourists, and of course some snake charmers; the place holds the most amazing combination of tradition, chaos and fascination. Old photo from 1992.
mardi 22 mai 2012
The Verdon Gorge is a beautiful river canyon located in the south-eastern France. His name comes from the startling turquoise-green color of its water, one of the canyon’s most distinguishing characteristics. Among all the hiking trails that are available, the most famous is probably the Sentier Martel, that we took in early 2010.
dimanche 20 mai 2012
mercredi 16 mai 2012
dimanche 13 mai 2012
Recently fully restored this amazing palace has regained its former beauty, as shown on these photos from 2012. Often overshadowed by the most known sites, this early Gaudi work is an absolute must see and one of the highlights of your future trip to Barcelona.
jeudi 10 mai 2012
mercredi 9 mai 2012
lundi 7 mai 2012
No I haven’t been in the agitated country of Angola … well, technically yes. We took a rafting trip on the Kunene River and stop for a while on some islands that are Angolan territory (First and last photo). The rest of the photos are landscapes of the Angolan side of the river, seen from the Namibian side. Summer 2011.