Seen on the street in NB. Cousins (?) 23 years apart from the same bloodline! Cool in blue!😁
4 111:51 PM Jun 30, 2018
Check out the array of exotic (and expensive) cars that were parked a 5 minute walk from my house this am. It was a Saturday “coffee and cars” gathering. This lineup is L-R Jaguar Project 7 roadster, Ferrari 458, McLaren, and a vintage Jag sedan. I never heard of the Jag roadster, And i forgot to check which model McLaren.
0 810:36 PM Apr 14, 2018
Dubrovnik at night, as we first experienced the city, is just magical and breathtaking.
0 67:17 PM Nov 10, 2017
In the daytime, Dubrovnik, Croatia is a stunning walled city with narrow streets and a gorgeous seascape and port. No wonder tourists and tour ships frequently stop here.
0 97:12 PM Nov 10, 2017
Walking through around the Nat’l Park with Krka River cascading down around you was breathtaking. The vistas were so many selecting which to capture was a real challenge.
0 14:38 PM Nov 10, 2017
We loved the capital Zagreb, another of the delightful Croatian cities.
0 34:28 PM Nov 10, 2017
We thought that Ljubljana, Slovenia was really a gem - such a humane city easy to walk with lovely people and vistas.
0 34:24 PM Nov 10, 2017
Walking up to one of Marshall Tito’s summer homes on Lake Bled. The views of the lake and the Austrian Alps in the distance were stunning.
0 112:39 PM Nov 10, 2017
The town of Pula had a remarkable Roman arena and Temple. This part of the Adriatic lands was dominated for many centuries by Roman Empire.
0 512:28 PM Nov 10, 2017
As we leave Venice floating up the Grand Canal, we see so many wooden boats, we pass under a number of pedestrian bridges, and go by what we referred to as the White Church.
0 64:17 PM Nov 9, 2017
Walking around interior Venice got us off the “tourist hiways” along the Grand Canal. We found a number of the art displays, the Peggy Guggenheim which was closed “sigh”, and, of course, St Marks.
0 24:10 PM Nov 9, 2017
Need I say we loved Venice, even though it was so foggy every morn til about 2pm. The Doges palace was the heart of the Venetian Republic government.