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Martina’s Recent Posts
- Something to celebrate: Fireworks
- Happy July 4th! USA
- What’s in a Name? : Lets take a walk together on The Streets of Stockholm!
- Where are you?: Why perspective matters!
- Fotografiska: A glimpse into Stockholm’s photography exhibit
- Through the looking glass: Plane ART
- Los Angeles: Meet me at the Getty Museum
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Category Archives: travel
This flight in Nashville was my final leg home after my original flight was grounded due to snow at my final destination at Chicago. Rerouted to 3 flights home, I was walking fast to catch my boarding in Nashville where … Continue reading
Virtually staring at my past travels along the metro 🚇 train to my old stomping ground in Chicago. Pictures taken in December of 2019, taken by (c) Martina using a Fujifilm X-T3 Hoping to return soon. A look down the … Continue reading
Helsinki, Finland is a friendly city who prides themselves in raising some of the smartest kids in the world. Their secret: sending them to start school at a later age by first spending time in society gathering experiences and reading … Continue reading
Happy Father’s Day to all you men of courage. Only the love of a father can give us is awesomely unique. This is my Dad during his high school photos. A few years later he was hitchhiking his American Dream … Continue reading
Sitting here at home, inside searching through past photo adventures to help me feel better and hoping to reconnect with fun travels soon. Here are some favorite vistas…life in and around Stockholm, Sweden. All photos taken by (c) Martina using … Continue reading
When the road ahead looks like it never ends you literally can’t see pavement. This 40 plus hour road trip out West to Yellowstone offered diverse landscape and many roads leading to nowhere, or so it seemed. Driving on I-90 … Continue reading