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Category: Monochrome Monday

The Ouril of Cape Verde

Ouril is an ancient mancala (board) game that still played regularly in Cabo Verde. I noticed that some men were playing this board game in front of the shops or […]

Morning Rays

I find beautiful scenery in the morning would bring positive energy to start my day. I spent a weekend in one of villages in the Netherlands, enjoying its nature and […]

The Roman Forum

Roman Forum in Rome (Italy) is a plaza of Roman ruins that used to be a market area in the ancient Romans. It is a confusing complex if you asked […]

Eight Interesting Facts about the Colosseum

The Colosseum (Coliseum) is one of the great Roman’s architectures that survive for 2,000 years, even after several natural disaster attacks. It becomes a monument of inhuman games tradition for […]

Monochrome Monday: Abandoned

I’ve always been fascinated with photography of abandoned places. Abandoned places are everywhere in the world but unfortunately the places usually are not safe for touristic purposes and closed for […]

Singapore’s Chinatown

Today is a sad day for Singaporeans. Lee Kuan Yew who was known as the founding father of modern Singapore passed away at age 91. His leadership that introduced intensive modernization […]

Torres de Serranos in Valencia (Spain)

Torres de Serranos used to be one of the gates of the old medieval city wall surrounding Valencia (Spain). The gate was built in the 14th centuries with defensive function, however, […]

5 Day Photo Challenge: Udaipur Market

Day 1: Udaipur Market Obviously, as mentioned in the title, this picture was taken in vegetable and fruits market in Udaipur (India). The idea to visit was brought by our […]

Monochrome Monday: The Pillars of ILO

I took these images during my visit to International Labour Organisation (ILO) headquarters in Geneva (Switzerland). The ILO headquarters office has an impressive entrance of huge symmetrical colonnades. The ILO’s colonnades were […]

Handwritten Travel Diary

As mentioned on my About page, all my travel diaries were handwritten in travel notebooks. I know there is a mobile-phone app called Travel Diaries and I can type my […]