This is a selection of top photos from our favourite places we have travelled to so far.
Top Photos from Morocco
Morocco is a land of many contrasts and beauties. I felt I could only really capture the grandeur of the scenery with panoramic photos.
Lake, with Camels and Water Foul –
Top Photos from Greece
Methoni Castle – the Bourtzi
The Bourtzi is a small fortress built by the Ottomans at the end of the Methoni Castle. This view is through one of the castle windows.
The Patras Bridge
The bridge over the Gulf of Corinth near Patras, Greece at nearly 3km is the longest fully suspended, multi span cable bridge in the world. At night time, the lights make this look like a string of zombie alien space craft.
This photo was taken just past the Montenegro border crossing into Albania. Unfortunately, we didn’t have the opportunity to spent time in this country but we do hope to return.
The Chalkidiki peninsula, near Thessaloniki was one of the most beautiful spots we visited in Greece, and Vourvourou stood out for its natural beauty, serenity and the backdrop of Mt Athos. We spent three days here virtually by ourselves and loved every minute.
Top Photos from Rome
Colosseum – Rome
Well we had to have at least one photo of this amazing architectural feat and here it is, showing everything that was below the floor of the stadium as well as the upper sections
The Vatican Museum
There were so many amazingly jaw droppingly good ceiling paintings in the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel that it is hard to identify our favourite photo. This was just one photo of one small part.
Top Photos from France
Laon Cathedral, France
Laon is a gorgeous medievel town just north of Paris which had a great parking spot for motorhomes and was ideal for relaxing after the hustle and bustle of the capital. The Cathedral is stunning and looks great from all angles and especially when lit up at night.
The Svedjehamn region in Finland is a UNESCO World Heritage site primarily due to it being a perfect example of the continental uplift that is happening in much of Scandinavia. The prospect of rising ocean levels is not a problem here as the land is rising up to 6mm per year as the entire region pops back up after being squashed down in the last ice age.