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Celebrate The Festival Of Lights in Lyon France

LA FETE DES LUMIERES DE LYON (FRANCE) Lyon in France celebrates each year on the 8th December In 1643, South of France was fighting a most terrible enemy: the plague. The city of Lyon (the third biggest city in France), decided to ask for help to Mary, Jesus’ mother, to escape the fate of that […]

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Walk Along Water of Leith In Scotland

A delightful and very easy walk along the Edinburgh canals This walk doesn’t include any significant elevation variation. It is a medium long but quiet walk. Getting out the golf course and finding the trail Once more, maybe that’s typical of the island sceneries, we witnessed various landscapes, from woods to country, tunnels and canals, […]

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Sleep In A Manor Near Edinburgh In Scotland

We decided it was time to go and discover the wild landscapes of Scotland and the legendary city of Edinburgh. We just googled for hotels around Edinburgh and booked some train tickets. Two days later we were in a direct train to that beautiful city. The Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club We wanted to sleep […]

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Learn To Be A Gondolier In Venice Italy

More than a lesson, a share of passion Row Venice is a non-profit organization that works hard to rescue a very traditional Venetian boat almost forgotten. Back in the old times when Venetian were exclusively rowing everywhere, batelli code di gambero was the most common boat. Gondolas were made to be used by the richest. They […]

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5 Senses For Photography: Taste And Smell

Taste often goes with smell The reason why I choose to have these two together is evident. Taste most often goes with a smell. If you can smell without having to eat, you won’t have a chance to taste something without smelling it. The food or drink when approaching your mouth is first detected by your nose. Except […]

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5 Senses For Photography, Hearing And Touch

5 senses: Hearing and Touch born from a contact In my yesterday post, I was explaining how to improve attention given to an image by using other senses than the sight. Now that the concept is settled, the problem remains. How to make people use other senses than the view when it comes to photography? I […]

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Use Your 5 Senses For Photography

How do the 5 senses make words or images more appealing Recently a famous blogger was talking about the impact a post on a blog could be significantly improved towards its readers if they had to use their 5 senses during the reading. I was very intrigued and curious to know why. I instantly related it to the application […]

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