Winter officially started, but I am thinking about what it was like to go hiking in warm weather. Check out my original article at https://www.theodysseyonline.com/hiking-pacific-northwest Summer is almost over, but there is still time for a weekend getaway to the great outdoors. If you happen to be in the Pacific Northwest, you should check out Mount…Read more Hiking in the Pacific Northwest
I spent my winter break in the Portland area and was able to explore several neighborhoods for the first time. I journeyed with my friends through the Alberta District and Pearl District. On the way, I made a stop Downtown. On one night, I went to the annual Zoolights at the Oregon Zoo. These photos…Read more Winter Break in Portland
A bit of time has passed since I posted my last batch of vacation photos. I still want to display some photos from another place. This site is Ranka, Latvia, which is a place in the Vidzeme countryside. I spent several days in a house that is along the Gauja river. These photos were taken…Read more Ranka, Latvia
During my first week in Latvia, I traveled to Jūrmala for a few hours. The weather was not as good as I hoped it would be, which explains why there were very few people on the beach. I used a Canon SL1 camera to take my photos.
During my trip to Latvia, I stopped by Cesis for a day. This city has a historic old town with medieval castles and cobblestone streets. My photos were taken with a Canon SL1 and edited with Adobe Photoshop.
I recently returned from a trip to Latvia and decided to share some photos. Today, I will reveal my pictures from Riga, Latvia. Over the next few days, I will post photos from different locations. These were taken with a Canon SL1 and edited with Adobe Photoshop.
Last week, I spent four days in the lovely Baltic city, Tartu. In that time, I made it through several museums, restaurants, and the Estonian midsummer night festival "Jaanipäev." My Canon SL1 was able to capture a bit of the Estonian college-town's atmosphere. The Streets of Tartu The University of Tartu and Its Museums