Baguettes in Paris
Makes you long for a steaming cup of coffee to go with the baguette
The happiest man in Bayonne, France
A baker truly pleased with his life.
Cowboys in Seattle
Hat and boot, a former gas station in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle.
Beach cabana in Sweden.
A place to change before swimming in the sound.
Old fising boats in Copenhagen
Perhaps only surpassed by the Little Mermaid, this small harbor focuses on fishing and eating seafood.
The Colony Hotel in Southbeach
Art Deco hotel in the Southbeach neighborhood of Miami Beach.
Christmas in Nantali, Finland
A well-loved summer resort by the sea that gets dressed up for Christmas.
The colorful doors of Tallinn.
In post Soviet era Tallinn, Estonia, the economy is booming and doors are all decorated to please the owners.
Paris at sunset
The Eiffel Tower is a tourist magnet. And throw in a sunset with contrails all around, and you will understand why Paris is the most beautiful and romantic city in the world.
Silent sentinels at the Helsinki railroad station
Twelve months a year these sentinels overlook all travelers taking the trains throughout Finland and St. Petersburg.
An old-time entrance to the Paris Metro
Before the word METRO, the Metropolitan sign pointed out the entrance to the underground . This one is at the Paris Flower Market.
Le Tour Eiffel standing guard at Sunset
Can't think of a better way to spend sunset in Paris.
An old time Swedish Christmas dinner
A dinner would include breads, butter, ham, pork, sausages and glug.
Pike Place Market
Nothing says Seattle like the Pike Place Market. Even the Space Needle comes in second.
Even in Bayonne, France, misbehavior causes a timeout from the lunch table.
Take time for coffee and cake in Naantali, Finland.
Closed for the winter, it is quite busy in the summer as it overlooks the Naantali Harbor.
The Eiffel Tower and the River Seine.
One cannot get enough pictures in Paris.
Riding on the Isles of Scilly