Travel Photography | Exploring the Scottish Highlands
Travel through the awe inspiring Highlands of Scotland with original travel and landscape photography by Chicago photographer Tracey Capone.
Postcards from Italy: A Day Photographing the Island of Burano
A quick 45 minute boat ride from Venice will open up a world of color on the island of Burano. In this post I shared several photographs from my trip as well as tips as to what to see, how to get there and where to eat.
Sunday Morning in Montmartre: Two People, One Camera and No Plans in Mind
The other day in my post about Venice, I talked about the magical light that pulls you in as you walk around the back canals. I can honestly say it is a light I have never seen elsewhere, until one Sunday morning on our recent trip to Paris. My husband, Joe, and I stayed in Montmartre for the week, a section of Paris that I have previously visited and loved. We had spent the week hopping on and off the Metro seeing as much as we could possibly see and, after a week of that, decided we would take a day and just explore the neighborhood without an agenda. Basically,…
Travel Photography: Visiting Venice, Italy
As I'm preparing for the summer art festivals, and going through my photographs, I'm taking some time to remember my favorite trips of the last few years, including this visit to Venice.
Photo of the Day: “Basking” (An Abstract Photograph of the Eiffel Tower in Paris)
Going to Paris in April is always a gamble when it comes to the rain. We arrived to sunny weather which quickly gave way, that afternoon, to heavy rain showers. When in Paris though, you don’t let some rain get in the way, you just plan your time around it. My husband and I had both been to the Eiffel Tower in past visits but wanted to see it again, together. (and, admittedly, I was on a mission to capture some of the spring blossoms in Champ de Mars surrounding the tower) Nothing really prepares you for just how awe inspiring the tower is, no matter how many times you…