Mtskheta in Sepia

The City of  Mtskheta is the old capital of the Republic of Georgia, beautifully located at the confluence of the powerful waters flowing from the Caucasus Mountains through the Kura river and the Aragvi river which connects to Mtkvari in Tbilisi. It was the… Continue reading

Still Life & Random Objects #4

Majority of the photos I’ve collected are those of scenes and landscapes but, from time to time, while looking at a scenery, certain objects or structures stand out and catch my attention and eventually get… Continue reading

Black Forest

My recent visits to the Republic of Georgia in South Caucasus in late 2010 and early 2011 probably contributed  the most number of photos to my collection.  This was not only because I made it a commitment to visit as many… Continue reading

Still Life & Random Objects #3

Majority of the photos I’ve collected are those of scenes and landscapes but, from time to time, while looking at a scenery, certain objects or structures stand out and catch my attention and eventually get… Continue reading

Black Sea

My recent visits to the Republic of Georgia in South Caucasus in late 2010 and early 2011 probably contributed  the most number of photos to my collection.  This was not only because I made it a commitment to visit… Continue reading

Still Life & Random Objects #2

. Majority of the photos I’ve collected are those of scenes and landscapes but, from time to time, while looking at a scenery, certain objects or structures stand out and catch my attention and eventually… Continue reading

Structures in Sepia

My recent visits to the Republic of Georgia in South Caucasus in late 2010 and early 2011 probably contributed  the most number of photos to my collection.  This was not only because I made it a commitment to visit… Continue reading

Still Life & Random Objects #1

Majority of the photos I’ve collected are those of scenes and landscapes but, from time to time, while looking at a scenery, certain objects or structures catch my attention and eventually get captured… Continue reading

Tropical Fruit Facts and Legends: Papaya – The Fruit of the Angels

The papaya is native to the tropics and is believed to have been first cultivated in Mexico.  The Conquistadors who landed in the tropical Americas found and tried the papaya fruit and thereafter gave… Continue reading

Oak Barrels, a Street Sign, and a Staircase

My recent visits to the Republic of Georgia in South Caucasus in late 2010 and early 2011 probably contributed  the most number of photos to my collection.  This was not only because I made it a… Continue reading

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