We were in Switzerland for a long weekend. Lausanne is a very pretty city. It has the air of civilisation defined. This is Place de la Palud and on one side is Hotel de Ville where people get married. The area is packed on a Saturday with a proper farmers market in the morning. Along […]
We were high up in the Andes when we took this photograph of a place called Sol de Mañana, or Tomorrow’s Sun. A very cold place because of altitude and the hour of the day but worth the visit for the stunning views.
If you are lucky enough to visit Iguazu Falls you will need at least two days, one day on the Argentine side and the second on the Brazilian side. Apart from the waterfalls the butterflies are amazing and so is having them drink from your wet skin. This is not the most colourful butterfly you […]
To see this view we had to travel up the steep narrow railway to Les Rochers-de-Naye, where we were greeted by a stunning view of Lac Leman. For this moment the world is serene. This image is available in various sizes and formats. Please let us know if you don’t see what you want. Copyright […]
On one of the long straight highways heading north in Argentina we overtook this man on a bike. The man had just the horizon in front of him which on a bicycle must have never seemed to get any closer. The photo was taken from the front and upstairs of a coach. Copyright Paul Andrews […]
When we visited Iguasu Falls on this occasion there appeared to be far more butterflies on the Brazilian side of the waterfall. Interesting, I would not have expected the environment would be so different. Copyright Paul Andrews and Caroline Schmutz, Junagarh Media.
We took this photo whilst travelling in South America in 1999. Lake Titicaca sits at 3812 metres altitudes (12500 feet). Thought we were not there in the winter but it was far from mild especially at the end of the day. This shot was taken on our way back from Isla Taquile to Puno were […]
This is another photo that we took whilst on a round the world trip and this is the wonderfully decorated bus station in Coro. Some of the buses running didn’t look that much different to those now hanging on the outside walls. Copyright Paul Andrews and Caroline Schmutz, Junagarh Media. It is available as a […]
On our one year round the world trip we stopped overnight in the small community of Arthur’s Pass in the mountains of New Zealand’s South island. Although it looks idyllic we expect that the people don’t quite think the same in the winter months, especially when visiting the toilet. Copyright Paul Andrews and Caroline Schmutz, […]
A small town of maybe 600 people. but it does not have to be boring. This is possibly the best fish & chips sign that I have ever seen. And my favourite needless to say! Copyright Paul Andrews and Caroline Schmutz, Junagarh Media.Available as a card and an image in various sizes and formats.