After quite an exhausting (and awesome) weekend, I am back at my cubicle, dreaming of upcoming travel adventures. Still working out details for my final trips before departing Italy, but I will be in Cologne and Ramstein, Germany in mid-August for some Navy Medical appointments and a little sightseeing. Does anyone have any good ideas/secret spots where I can get some interesting photos in that region???
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Like I mentioned, this past weekend was a good one, albeit a bit tiring. The first evening I set out for the ancient cave town of Matera. To give you an idea how neat this place is, it was selected as the backdrop for where “The Passion of the Christ” was filmed. I was hoping for a nice sunset to play the background for my Matera photos. I was quite satisfied More shots to come this week so stay tuned!
Anyways, something about unique paths always intrigues me. I have always been a road-less-traveled type of guy (one of the reasons I am resigning from the Navy to pursue my dreams), and am a sucker for interesting and curious things. The path below is not exactly the most unusual or interesting in the world, but it does catch my eye and makes me want to walk it, to find out what curious city sits at the end. The awesome clouds and sky ranging from light blue to yellow-orange does nothing but help enhance my curiosity. How does this photo make you feel?? I encourage you guys to comment; I read all of them and try to reply to as many as I can
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