Friday, February 22, 2013

Favorite Photos from Europe

Fishermen on a bridge in Istanbul
We flew to Turkey in August and from there traveled through Greece, Italy, the Czech Republic, France, the United Kingdom, Hungary, Romania and Germany.  Here are my favorite photos from the second half of the trip!

The view in Kalambaka, Greece
Eric walking into the sky, Meteora, Greece
Eric's birthday, Paros, Greece
Apparently I really enjoy taking pictures of wine and lanterns.
Italian restaurant in Paros, Greece
A quiet canal in Venice, Italy
One of the most murder-y signs I saw
Venice, Italy
Burano, Italy
St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague, Czech Republic
The Charles Bridge, Prague
Outside the Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris, France
Locks on a bridge in Paris
In the gardens of Blenheim Palace, England
Outside Blenheim Palace
Eric hates posing for photos
Bath, England
Brasov, Romania
Spooky Brasov, Romania
Sighisoara, Romania
Night in Sighisoara
The Chain Bridge in Budapest, Hungary
Naschmarkt, Vienna, Austria
Seriously, this is the dream
Reichstag, Berlin, Germany
Going through my photos from Europe let me relive autumn, from the leaves slowly turning orange in the Jardin des Tuileries to the bright trees by the Royal Crescent in Bath.  When we began our trip in Cambodia, I was worried that I would have a full year of summer.  It would be great in some respects, but I love watching the seasons change.  There's nothing quite like sipping a warm pumpkin spice latte when the air is just starting to get crisp.

From this post or the last, which are your favorite photos?


  1. I can't pick a favorite photo of these :) but I saw some locks like that in Paris as well.

    Do you Photoshop your name onto the pics btw, or how do you do that? Thinking about doing that for some of mine.

    1. I use Picasa to add a watermark to the bottom. It's a free download from Google. The program can be annoying at times, since it makes copies of all your photos, but it does have some good editing tools.