Last thread hit image limit because of a bunch of fucking pictures posted, like a shot of a hotdog. Please don't let this thread suffer the same fate.
I'll start. Paris this Summer.
Two lovers and the Seine.
Top of some building.
The view from the Eiffel Tower.
Bled is different, I think. I would explore the shit out of those mountains, for example.
Prague is a big city, but it's like you're at Disneyland. It's swarming with tourists and Africans trying to sell you drugs or inviting you to strip clubs. Budapest is just way better.
Here's a pic I shot in Rome.
Saw the Mona Lisa while I was in Paris a couple weeks ago.
Lol, I saw that one too. Didn't take a photo though
Spent a few months in New York this past summer. This is probably one of the best images I took while there.
A few shots from a trip with my gf to Reykjavik and surrounding areas.
Probably a shit panorama from Reykjavik national park.
contribootin some pics of my hawaii and straya trip this year
>whitehaven beach, AUS in the morning
New Yorkers live in their own little bubble. They complain about MTA fares being too high, about there being too many tourists, how high the rents are and how the hipsters got as far as Queens at this stage. It's also a very stessful lifestyle and people work hard. For the first while you hate it, then you acclimitise, and then you love it. All I'll say is that it's not for the faint hearted.
All of this of course is only applicable if you are going to live there. If you wanna visit as a tourist then it's really fun. Just figure out how the Subway works and you'll be able to explore anything.
- Avoid Times Sq.
- Express trains rule
- Do NOT stop on the sidewalk
- Walk fast
the view from koko head, Oahu, Hawaii
isn't newyork culture more like stockholm syndrome?
how can people claim to love it when they're stressed out and miserable all the time?
It sounds to me like they just want a badge of honor of some sort for putting up with so much bullshit with no reward.