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Photo of the Week Archive

Photo of the Week: Tokyo

Tokyo is a huge city. It’s so big that it seems impossible to get it all in one photograph, let alone the small percentage of the skyline that I managed to get in this photo. But it is beautiful, especially at night. Everything but ...Read More

Photo of The Week: United Nations Geneva

We recently booked a few nights at the InterContinental Geneva in Switzerland. I learned during check-in that the United Nations’ European Headquarters was just a block away, so I had to visit. This picture was from the first night we arrived in town, and ...Read More

Photo of the Week: Dunnottar Castle

Dunnottar Castle in Stonehaven, Scotland A stunning early morning photo of Dunnottar Castle. Cows roaming in the fields to the right, an old farmhouse to the left. And in the front, Oh Wow! Each step taken towards the old medieval fortress has your jaw ...Read More

Photo of the Week: Grand Canyon

Watching the day begin from the edge of the Grand Canyon is breathtaking! This view is from the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park – about 80 miles northwest of Flagstaff, Arizona. This weekend is President’s Day Weekend, and all of our National ...Read More

Photo of the Week: Downtown Orlando

Home! After three weeks in Norway on business, I’m finally headed home to Florida. I’m trading in my snow shoes for flip flops and I’m ready to work poolside. Tomorrow the high will be in the 80’s! A lot of visitors to my home ...Read More

Photo(s) of the Week: Kristiansand, Norway

Kristiansand is on the southern coast of Norway and is known to be the summer vacation spot for Norwegians. My visit didn’t quite coincide with the vacationers as I arrived in January. My purpose is work-related though I have had the chance to get ...Read More

Photo of the Week: Chi Lin Nunnery

If you’re looking for a hidden gem next time you are in Hong Kong, make sure to visit the Chi Lin Nunnery. Located in Kowloon, the Buddhist temple and complex are just a few steps from the Diamond Hill subway station. Traditional Chinese architecture ...Read More