Enjoy a nice self-guided photo tour through Madrid’s parks located at the east of town. This tour is perfect for a hot summer day with lots of shade from the trees, or just to relax for a while from the busy touristy areas in Madrid’s city center. Since the route will take you mostly from west to east, it’s best to take the tour in the afternoon to avoid facing the sun most of the time.
If you’re visiting Los Angeles, especially as a photographer or film enthusiast, you might have heard of the Bradbury building already. Movie enthusiast recognize it from various films, such as “Blade Runner”, “500 Days of Summer”, or “The Artist”. Photographers know the stunning interior and natural light of this glass top atrium. Read more
No trip to the US Southwest should be completed without having seen Monument Valley (just my personal opinion). The valley lies in the middle of nowhere, just at the edge between Arizona and Utah. It’s a more than 6 hour drive from Las Vegas, 3 hours from Flagstaff, and 5 hours from Phoenix, but your reward will be one of the most stunning views in North America.
Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in the world for sure, but definitely also one with the most rainfall per year. As beautiful as Vancouver is, you have to keep in mind that there is a good chance for rain at least one day during your visit. So what can you do in Vancouver by rain? If you’re a photographer and like geometry, finding lines for photos, or just playing around with different settings of your camera, a ride with the Vancouver SkyTrain might just be for you. Read more
Quick and Dirty Photo Tour
Note: If you’re concerned about homeless drug addicts talking to you, DON’T do this tour.
But, if you’re looking for great street art and some unusual photo spots, this tour is for you. It will only take about one hour and will give you a small glimpse of Vancouver’s hidden places. Read more
This photo tour around Portland Downtown will take you through Central Eastside, Pearl District, and Downtown where you’ll enjoy the sights of Waterfront Park, several bridges, and historical buildings. Portland being Portland you’ll also come across a few weird tourist attractions, including the freshly designed carnivore street lamps.
This tour takes half to full day. Hop on/off at any location.
We took the tour in November. We started pretty late at 1PM. The first photo spot we noticed was the beautiful street art mural at Yamhill street you see above.