This weeks #FriFotos theme is windows--the windows that immediately came to my mind when I heard the theme, were the beautiful stained glass windows at La Sainte-Chapelle on the Île de la Cité in Paris.  This tiny chapel ended up being one of my favorite sites in...

The #FriFotos theme this week is Bridges.  Keeping up with the Curaçao theme I have going on, I decided to feature a photo and time-lapse video of the Queen Emma floating pontoon bridge in Willemstad, Curaçao.  Because this bridge crosses the St. Anna Bay it...

[caption id="attachment_719" align="aligncenter" width="580"] Beach at the Lodge at Kura Hulanda[/caption] While in Curaçao we stayed at the Lodge at Kura Hulanda--a hotel located near the west end of the island in Westpunt. We absolutely loved the hotel and the location too. The lodge is located about...

It's Friday again! The theme of this week's #FriFotos is Faces.  What is better than an exotic animal face right outside your car window?  Well, I guess I can probably think of quite a few things, but still, it's pretty cool to see a rhino...

I feel like I am pretty late to the game, but the Capture the Colour contest, put on by TravelSupermarket, is one that is too good to pass up! In order to enter the contest, you need to showcase 5 photos featuring one color in each...

I love the beaches in Southern Florida--specifically in Delray Beach and Boca Raton. They aren't the white sand beaches with crystal clear water, but they are still gorgeous and just as relaxing. My favorite beach is Boca Raton's Red Reef Park as it is secluded...

[caption id="attachment_256" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Hut located along the cliff next to Playa Forti Beach[/caption] Behind an unsuspecting, abandoned hut, a narrow path runs between the wall of an open air restaurant and the edge of a cliff around 40 ft high.  At the far end of...

This weeks #FriFotos is Brands. I love this iPhone photo Micah took when he was in the Dominican Republic. The sign in the front proudly displays that the small food shack served Presidente, the local beer produced in the D.R. I think this picture encompasses...