This is an imagine taken in the of a woman reading on the train. It's fascinating how 30 years later the only thing that has changed is the amount of graffiti. I guess train carts have always been the preferred reading environment for some!
One of my favorite places in the world is large cities such as #NewYorkCity #nyc. There's just something about this place that draws me in. It must be the mass transit masses of people and so much diversity. But whatever the reason is I always seem to find amazing photos and yummy food when I make it up. #engaged #Engagement #MexicoWedding #Subway #StreetPhotography #Love #Photographer #Photography
Authentic Spanish Flamenco feria dress Ah la feria de Abril! ¡Olé!In the spring in the city of Seville in southern Spain, a week-long celebration takes place that draws over one million people a year. This dress is an amazing creation of ruffled goodness hand made by a very talented seamstress in Rota Spain. The dress is made like most feria dresses of a thick cotton material. It's very heavy due to the full ruffled layers and structure of the garment. Fits a 6 I'm 5"5 wearing 3" talcones…
Winners of The 2016 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
Incredible Contrast Between Two Worlds: The City Vs. Central Park Central Park West, in New York City, as seen from above where there is a split between the architecture of the city and the green of Central Park. Photograph by Kathleen Dolmatch.