Makeup Portfolio Shoot – Sam Steel

Posted in Architecture, People at 4:30 pm by Warren Williams

Auckland Head Shot
Contrasting light

Model Queen Street Auckland
Rush hour on the busy Queen St/Customs St intersection

Male Model Auckland
Waiting his turn

Striking a pose
Making use of colour

Model Auckland
In the jungle on Queen St

Sam Steel NZ
Sam Steel in action

Model Auckland
Stealing a Vespa for a prop

Model Queen Street Auckland

Model Queen Street Auckland

Model Queen Street Auckland

Model Queen Street Auckland

Quest Apartments, Auckland City
180¬į panoramic from roof of Quest Apartments, Auckland


Breaking free into Goa

Posted in Architecture, History, Travel at 9:12 pm by Warren Williams

Following the awful bus experience, it was a great relief to finally make it into Goa. Despite the traffic still being rather busy, the air was noticeably clearer, and able to see distant objects, rather than thick haze. After hastily getting off the bus in Mapusa, we were whisked away in the great comfort of an air conditioned 4×4. Angus’s father was kind enough to drive us by the scenic areas, including Calangute showing off the apartment we would be spending some time in, before driving through Old Goa. One of the main features of Old Goa is the Basilica of Bom Jesus, which is over 400 years old, making it one of the oldest in India.

Car ferry to St Stephen's
Just beyond Old Goa, along one of the country roads is a small car ferry servic, which took us from the mainland to the island of Jua and the mostly Catholic village of Santo Estevam.

Gomes Residence, Goa
The Gomes residence in Sant Estevam – Great homely large home ūüôā

Sant Estevam
Walking adventure around Santo Estevam

Blue skies of Goa
Clearer blue skies, and clean water!

Sant Estevam Pigs
Got Bacon!

Weathered roof tiles

Two contrasting crosses
Two contrasting crosses

Abandoned house

Abandoned house
Under the still prevalent Portuguese Laws, the historic homes cannot be destroyed. Only passed through the generations, with more recently over the past century many emigrating overseas leaving the houses to slowly deteriorate and add a great feel.

Abandoned house in Sant Estevam, Goa, India
Old furniture through the walls

Old front door

Abandoned house in Sant Estevam, Goa, India
Shooting from the side door which is sitting ajar – this house was simply amazing!

Later in the evening, Angus and I took a walk up the hill of Jua to see the Statue of Sacred Heart / Shine to Christ the King

Statue of Sacret Heart
Waren & Angus atop the monument

Ruins Sant Estevam
Fort Ruins atop the hill of Jua

Jua Sunset, Goa
The Fort of St Francis Xavier – built in 1668

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Sightseeing London

Posted in Architecture, Landscape, People at 6:40 pm by Warren Williams

My friend and fellow photographer Michael from Los Angeles, dropped into London for a few days, after spending some time touring south-east Asia, and visiting some of my favourite spots around Cambodia. We met up for a couple of afternoon/evening shoots around the city, showing him a few sights worth seeing.

River Thames Twilight

Canon 1D Mk II Sunset
Michael’s Canon 1D II and my filter / tripod setup

Millennium Bridge & St Paul’s

Michael next to Westminster

Outside St Thomas' Hospital
Along the Thames outside St Thomas’ Hospital

Leaf 85L
Laying on the ground for this shot

1D II Westminster
Michael shooting long exposures first with my filters and tripod

Westminster Long Exposure

Light Trails Westminster Big Ben


Westminster Underground

Canary Wharf Long Exposure

Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf

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Road Trippin’ Sardinia

Posted in Architecture, Landscape, Travel at 8:56 pm by Warren Williams

After a couple of days exploring the local flavours of Alghero, Ayla and I decided it was time to venture off around the mediterannean island. With our newly met English friends, Adele and Hazel, who happened to be on the same flight and bus, we convinced them to come along for some fun, music and more secluded sights of Sardinia. With a quick check of the maps, decided to head south to the town of Bosa, before venturing cross country to Cala Gonone on the east coast of the island. A few wrong turns later, (sign posting is almost nonexistent!) and we had found some great beaches to relax at. The Italian cuisine continued to roll through, pastas, pizza, wine, before finding a suitable place to camp up for the night Рanother beach!

Alghero Coastline
View along the coastal drive from Alghero to Bosa РBeautiful, smooth winding roads, with impressive views

Bosa River
Arriving into Bosa – Temo River

Bosa Bridge
Parking across the Temo River, with a daunting walk across the narrow bridge

Bosa Clock
More impressive architecture, with an old clock

Bosa across River
Temo River, from Bosa

Bosa Blue

Amazing Cala Gonone Beach
Beaches near Cala Gonone

Pristine Cala Fuili
Pristine Cala Fuili

Waters of Cala Fuili
Clear waters of Cala Fuili

Cala Fuili Rocks
From the northern end of Cala Fuili

Sunset Costa Esmeralda
Sunset from the road, near Costa Esmeralda

Ayla with Kittens
Ayla with wild Kitten

Warren & Ayla, Sardinia
Warren & Ayla after watching the sunset from the road

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Alghero, Sardinia

Posted in Architecture, Landscape, Travel at 9:21 pm by Warren Williams

Our first full day in Alghero, involved getting to know the local town, streets filled with various architecture, and enjoying the heat as it roasted towards 35¬įC.

Alghero Waterfront
Alghero Waterfront, streets are empty in the morning and lunch periods

Alghero House
A house in Alghero, overlooking the sea

Warren Statue
Not sure what the purpose of these stones were, but created my own statue ūüėČ

Aloe Vera Growing in Alghero
Aloe Vera growing by the fortified town

Alghero Courtyard
Courtyard in Alghero, where I enjoyed my first Sardinian Pizza

Lazaretto, Sardinia
In the late afternoon, we caught a ferry to Neptune’s Grotto
Here we are, passing Lazzaretto and the textured cliff faces

Cliffs at Isola Foradada
Massive cliffs at Isola Foradada

Isola Foradada
Blue waters at Isola Foradada

Cliffs at Capo Caccia
Cliffs at Capo Caccia – Can you see the path cut into the cliff?

Capo Caccia
The bottom of the 656 steps leading from the top of Capo Caccia

Our arrival to Neptune’s Grotto, was rather precarious as we battled large sea swells, and had to literally walk the¬†moving¬†plank into the¬†cave.

Neptune's Grotto 
First cavern inside Neptune’s Grotto, located underneath the massive Capo Caccia cliffs

Neptune's Grotto Cave
People are dwarfed to the scale of the Grotto

Neptune's Grotto Panoramic
Panoramic spanning almost 180 degrees with around 10 photos stitched together

Neptune's Grotto Exit
Light at the end of the tunnel

Entering the waters near Tramariglio

Amazing Cliff Detail Alghero
More cliff detail near Lazzaretto, in the evening light

Entering Alghero Marina
Entering Alghero Marina

Yachts in Alghero

Alghero Sunset
Low sun lighting up the seaside buildings

Alghero Sunset Red
Alghero Sunset

Alghero Red Buildings
Rich red hues from sunset

Sunset Alghero
Sunset on the beach in Alghero, whilst trying out an Americano Pizza (French fries on pizza!)

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Louvre in Paris

Posted in Architecture, History, Landscape, People, Travel at 9:00 pm by Warren Williams

After our exercise in front of the Eiffel Tower, Peter and I took a walk along the Seine River, to the Louvre Museum to see Mona Lisa and other various art works and historic artifacts from around the world. Time flew in the expansive museum, and soon it was time to disappear to Montmartre in search of food and a visit into the Basilica of the Sacr√© CŇďur with great views over Paris.

Mona Lisa, Louvre, Paris
Mona Lisa

Artifacts in Louvre

Skull in Louvre

Easter Island Statue

Venus de Milo
Trying to get a photo of Venus de Milo amongst hundreds of people.. fun

Stair Entrance at Louvre
Entrance stairs to Louvre

Basilique du Sacr√©-CŇďur
Basilique du Sacr√©-CŇďur – Montmartre

It was actually my mums’ recommendation to visit here, from her trips she used to do to Paris whilst living in England during the 60’s and 70’s. Well worth the trip up here for a different artistic feel of Paris.

Basilique du Sacr√©-CŇďur Inside
Inside the Basilica

Basilique du Sacr√©-CŇďur Inside

Basilique du Sacr√©-CŇďur

Basilique du Sacr√©-CŇďur

Youri in front of Basilique du Sacr√©-CŇďur
Grand finale, of musician Youri performing some top hits

We met up with our Canadian friend, Ayla who has recently been travelling through the Middle East, Europe and into Paris. We all wandered back down to the Louvre Museum for the approaching sunset, with our cameras in hand.

Leg massage Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel
Pete, the qualified physiotherapist gives Ayla some much needed calf treatment after arriving back at the Louvre

Long drawn shadows at Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel
Long shadows at the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel with Louvre in background

Louvre Pyramid Sunset
Opposite direction from the Louvre Glass Pyramid

Canon 85L Wide Open
The out of focus silhouette of Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel

Ayla & Peter
Ayla & Pete checking their shots out

Louvre Pyramid Sunset with Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel
Another clear evening sunset over the Louvre Pyramid

Symmetry Louvre Pyramid Sunset
Symmetry with the Louvre Pyramid

Louvre Pyramid Twilight
Twilight with Louvre

Still waters Louvre Pyramid

Eiffel Tower at 2am with no lights
Eiffel Tower after 2am, with no lights on

Eiffel Tower Straight Up
Eiffel Tower Straight Up

Eiffel Tower at 6am
From Pont de Bir-Hakeim the following morning at 6am

Ayla Eiffel Tower
Feeling less creative than 24 hours, with no sleep

After a fresh shower in the hotel, the three of us went off to the Bois de Boulogne park for a picnic and relaxation before our returning Eurostar trip to London.

Bois de Boulogne
Bois de Boulogne – The largest park, west of the city, where we enjoyed a great picnic

Under the Trees - Bois de Boulogne

Paris is an amazing city, and surprised I hadn’t visited before, despite only living just across the Channel for the past couple of years. It was also time to say goodbye to Pete in London, who was unfortunate enough to have me as company for the past four weeks. See you soon back in Aotearoa!

Aimee (another Kiwi friend), Peter & Warren say goodbye in Leicester Square, London

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Paris, City of Light

Posted in Architecture, History, Landscape, People, Sport, Travel at 10:30 pm by Warren Williams

Paris has often been referred to as the City of Light, since the early 19th Century, when gas lamps first lit up Champs-√Člys√©es. The weather continued to be great for us, as we strolled along the River Seine, visited Notre Dame, before seeing the final stage of the Tour de France. Following this, we watched the enormous street clean up act of Champs-√Člys√©es, saw a few people brave a Haka, and finally watched a stunning sunset atop the Arc de Triomphe. Another splendid day.

Outside Notre Dame, Paris
Outside Notre Dame

Cross in Notre Dame Paris
Photography friendly rules inside Notre Dame – Thank you!

Notre Dame Stained Glass Window

Notre Dame

Notre Dame Stained Glass Window

Notre Dame

Notre Dame Display

Notre Dame Cross

Beach along River Seine
Sunbathers along River Seine on the hot summer’s day

Jumping at Louvre
Warren, Jason & Peter outside the Louvre

2009 Tour de France Paris
First view of Tour de France riders on final stage

Tour de France Pelaton, Paris

Lance Armstrong - Tour de France 2009 Paris
Lance Armstrong (black helmet) peddling his way to 3rd overall

Tour de France 2009

Empty Champs-√Člys√©es after Tour de France
Empty Champs-√Člys√©es after Tour de France – Sunset behind Arc de Triomphe

Haka at Arc de Triomphe
Haka (Maori traditional dance) next to Arc de Triomphe

Stairwell inside Arc de Triomphe
Arc de Triomphe staircase

Sunset over La Defense, Paris from Arc de Triomphe
La Defense from Arc de Triomphe

La Defense Sunset
Wide angle scene of La Defense, and impressive roundabout surrounding Arc de Triomphe

Eiffel Tower from Arc de Triomphe

View down Champs-√Člys√©es from Arc de Triomphe

Poor Kitty Paris

Eiffel Tower from Arc wide angle

Eiffel Tower from Arc de Triomphe twilight

Lights on Eiffel Tower
The 10pm lights come on again for a dazzling 5min display

Eiffel Tower Sparkles
More Eiffel Tower Sparkles

La Defense Light Trails from Arc de Triomphe
La Defense Light Trails from Arc de Triomphe

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Destination Paris!

Posted in Architecture, Landscape, Transportation, Travel at 10:30 am by Warren Williams

After a days rest back in London, Peter and I were off again, continuing our travel and photography addictions with a four day trip to Paris. Despite living on the doorstep to France, it was my first trip there in the two years I’ve been living in London. Catching the 10am Eurostar service to Paris, we arrived shortly after 1pm local time, immediately meeting up with another long term school friend, Jason.

St Pancras Station, London
St Pancras Station, London

St Pancras Station - Man Statue

St Pancras Station, London

St Pancras Station, London
Inside the modern St Pancras Station

Eurostar St Pancras
All aboard!

After meeting Jason at our hotel in the 15th Arrondissement, right next to the Eiffel Tower – we decided to venture over there for a picnic in Champs de Mars, underneath the mighty tower.

Eiffel Tower from the Lower Level
Eiffel Tower from the Lower Level

Binoculars available on Eiffel Tower
Eiffel Tower Telescope overlooking Trocadero

Stunning view from Eiffel Tower over Trocadero and La Defense
Stunning views over Trocadero and La Defense

South along river from Eiffel Tower
Looking south along the River Seine.

Champs de Mars from Eiffel Tower
Parc du Champs de Mars – a beautiful spot for a picnic

View from almost 300m up Eiffel Tower
Peter & Jason – Great school friends from Avondale College, NZ

Looking straight down Eiffel Tower
A very long arm..

Long casting shadows from Eiffel Tower
Watching the long casting shadows over the Paris architecture is truly remarkable

Eiffel Tower Shadow over Champs de Mars

After spending the next hour on a cruise of the River Seine, (which didn’t produce any good photos), we ventured up to Trocadero for a brilliant view of the Eiffel Tower at sunset and twilight.

Eiffel Tower Sunset
Water Fountains over Eiffel Tower

Stunning Eiffel Tower Sunset
Magical moments seeing the fountains and Eiffel Tower from Trocadero

Red Skies Eiffel Tower Sunset
Twilight ovr Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower Abstract

Dazzling Lights Eiffel Tower
The hourly display of dazzling lights come on after dark – This case being 10pm

Following the great display and afternoon spent around Eiffel Tower, we walked along to the grande Arc de Triomphe

Arc de Triomphe

Arc de Triomphe Detail

Arc de Triomphe - Trees
A great way to finish off the evening, after pizza at a nearby restaurant, and 30 minute walk back to the 15th Arrondissement

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Bruges, Belgium

Posted in Architecture, History, Travel at 12:38 pm by Warren Williams

Bruges, located in the northern end of Belgium, is just a short trip from Calais, and a perfect stop off to stock up on those chocolate supplies. It’s a shame we only had an hour to look around, as the architecture, and reminiscing scenes from the hilarious movie In Bruges, starring Colin Farrell, Ralph Fiennes & Brendan Gleeson.

Bruges Euro Flag

Bruges Canal

Bruges Statue

Bruges Belgium Chocolate
Tasty Chocolate

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The Great Divide of Berlin

Posted in Architecture, History, People, Travel at 9:23 pm by Warren Williams

During our two night stay in Berlin, we visited many of the historic venues, starting at the Berlin Wall, Reichstag, Hitler’s Bunker and the Holocaust Memorial.

Berlin Wall Photo
Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall being Painted

Tourist taking a photo of Berlin Wall

Vespa Berlin Wall
Vespa randomly parked next to Berlin Wall

Rachelle – One of the many Ozzies in our group

Holocaust Memorial, Berlin, faces
Holocaust Memorial – load more Ozzies!

Holocaust Memorial, black and white

Expansive Holocaust Memorial

Bugatti Veyron in Showroom
1001bhp Bugatti Veyron in one of the many supercar showrooms

Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral)
Berliner Dom – Berlin Cathedral

Railway line in Berlin

Statue in Berlin

Water Fountain Berlin
Water Fountain

Peter feasting into a Bratwurst

Reichstag Flag

Reflected Runner in Puddle
With the recent Bratwurst energy, Peter went for a run

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City of Dresden, Germany

Posted in Architecture, History, People at 11:35 am by Warren Williams

The city of Dresden has a long history, and is well known for the controversial Allied Forces bombing near the end of World War II. The face of the city drastically changed over the next 40 years during the East German socialist era. Fortunately, since the reunification in 1990, Dresden has re-emerged as a political, cultural and economic centre of Germany.

Dresden Architecture
Beautiful architecture around the city

Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), Dresden, Germany
Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady)
Survived the firebombing during WWII, however burnt out and collapsed the following day. After 13 years of rebuilding, it was completed in 2005, with joint efforts from Germany and UK.

Historic Underground Basement and Frauenkirche, Dresden
Historic Underground Basement and Frauenkirche, Dresden

Statue in front of Frauenkirche, (Church of Our Lady), Dresden
Statue in front of Frauenkirche

Ice Cream Girl in Dresden

Peter gets Married!
Peter gets married!

Frozen Man

85L Wide Open
Walking the many cobbled streets

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Wet in Prague

Posted in Architecture, History, People, Travel, Wedding at 7:56 pm by Warren Williams

Prague is a wonderful, beautiful city. Despite raining for practically every moment of our 36 hours in the city, a few of us keen sightseers braved the weather to explore the historical sites. Prague was also included to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1992, with its great mix of Gothic and Renaissance styled architecture.

Old Town Square at Night, Prague
Old Town Square at Night. There was plenty of lightning going also amongst the rain, but didn’t have the patience to capture it

Prague intersection at night
Beautiful buildings make up all corners of Prague

Prague Castle across River at Night
Prague Castle and Vltava River at Night

Czech Me Out

The following morning, in Old Market Square, the rain continued to pound the cobbled stones – when I noticed a young newlywed couple having a few photos taken. They’re mood was very upbeat, and was great to see another photographer out there in the elements capturing those moments.

Prague Wedding Photographer

Prague Wedding Photographer

Prague Wedding Photographer

Prague Wedding Photographer

Cobbled Street in Prague
Cobbled Street in Prague, on way to the Castle

St Vitus Cathedral
St Vitus Cathedral, in the Castle grounds – Camera was soaked, hence the smudges

View from Prague Castle

Changing of the Guard, Prague
Changing of the Guard

Changing of the Guard, Prague

Prague Castle Guard


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The History of Kraków, Poland

Posted in Architecture, History, Landscape, People, Travel at 9:30 pm by Warren Williams

The city of Krak√≥w was given World Heritage Site status in 1978 by UNESCO, the same year Karol Wojtyla, archbishop of Krak√≥w, was elevated the papacy as Pope John Paul II . Krak√≥w is also famous for it’s overruling in WWII by the Nazi empire, making Krak√≥w the Capital city of the General Government.¬† The large Jewish population were moved into the Krak√≥w Ghetto, where they were sent to local concentration camps, such as Auschwitz. A German businessman by the name of Oskar Schindler, used his enamelware plant as a way to save many of the local Jews. His story was portrayed in the excellent move, Schindler’s List.

Archbishop of Krakow, Pope John Paul II
Where Pope John Paul II was based

Inside St Mary's Church, Krakow
Climbing the tower in St Mary’s Church, Main Market Square

View from St Mary's Church, overlooking Main Market Square
View from St Mary’s Church tower, overlooking Main Market Square

Snake Handler, in Main Market Square
Snake Handler in Main Market Square

Snake display in Krakow, Main Market Square
Snake Handler

Female Snake Handler, in Main Market Square
Female snake handler in Main Market Square

Jewish Plaque in Cemetery
Jewish plaque in cemetery

Weathered building in alley, Krakow
Weathered building in alley

Singer sewing machine, Krakow
Singer sewing machine, on an outdoors table at a cafe

The infamous stair scene, Schindler's List
The stair scene from Schindler’s List, just past the arch on right

Disused railway near Schindler's Factory
Disused railway near Schindler’s Factory

Krakow Ghetto Building
Worn building in the Krakow Ghetto

Old man walks across the Holocaust Memorial
Walking across the Holocaust Memorial

Holocaust Memorial Krakow, Chairs
Holocaust Memorial – 70 empty iron chairs, representing absence

Michael Jackson and Elvis puppets, Krakow
Lifting the mood, street performer in Main Market Square with puppets of the recently passed Michael Jackson, and Elvis – both kings of music.

Statue at Wowel Cathedral
Statue at Wowel Cathedral

Street Artist Krakow
Street artist at the Castle

View from Krakow Castle over the river
View from the Castle over the Vistula River

The evening was spent back in a lovely restaurant just off Main Market Square, featuring an enclosed courtyard out the back with cheap, large meals. Perfect way to finish off a day.

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Hungary for Budapest

Posted in Architecture, History, Landscape, Travel at 10:00 pm by Warren Williams

The hottest day of our tour involved walking the beautiful streets of Budapest with the temperature creeping over 37¬įC. Budapest was once two cities – Buda and Pest, seperated by the great Danube River which officially combined in 1872.¬† The Buda side is located on the western banks of the Danube, featuring the hilly terrain and historic castles. Across the river on the expansive Great Plain, lies Pest, where much of the style is on 19th century architecture.

Budapest, overlooking the Danube
Buda side

Romantic couple overlooking Danube Budapest
Overlooking the Danube

Terror Museum, Tank, Budapest
Inside the Terror Museum – some disturbing scenes from WWII victims. Featuring photographs from Jewish victims, historic video footage, and torture devices.

Terror Museum, Budapest
Photography wasn’t permitted in the rest of museum, but was worth visiting for harrowing accounts of concentration camps, suffered by Jewish people from the Hungarian region.

St Stephen's Cathedral (St Istv√°n Parish Church)
St Stephen’s Cathedral (St Istv√°n Parish Church) – Is the largest church in Budapest, with building commencing in 1851, but not completed until 1905. This Neo-Renaissance church is often simply known as the Basilica.

Inside of the Basilica, Budapest
Inside the Basilica

Inside the Basilica.

Basilica winding staircase, Budapest
Winding staircase up to the tower

Basilica winding staircase, Budapest
Looking back down the staircase at the Basilica

View from Basilica, over Pest
View from the Basilica, over Pest and the Great Plain

Front view of the Basilica
Front view of the Basilica

Mercedes in Budapest
Mercedes in Budapest ūüėČ

Budapest Parliament Building on Hot Day
Parliament Building on the scorching day

Castle in Budapest
After walking across the Chain Bridge, headed up the hills into Buda.

With the extreme heat and dehydration setting in, Peter, Nic and I ventured into the Labyrinth of Buda Castle, where the temperature is a constant 14¬įC and 90% humidity all year round. Without a tripod, photos were near on impossible due to the dark conditions. Walking down one of the corridors the sweet aroma of wine became apparent, where we found a wine fountain.

Wine fountain, Labyrinth, Budapest
Wine fountain, Labyrinth (ISO 6400)

Stepping back outside created instant stickiness against the still hot and humid conditions after 6pm local time. Once back at our hostel, a quick freshen up and we were back out again with a few others from the tour group to watch the vibrant sunset from the Chain Bridge spanning the Danube River.

Chain Bridge, Budapest
After climbing the bridge supports

Sunset over Buda

A well deserved meal and drinks were rapidly consumed following this physical, but amazing day around this grand city.

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Bratislava, Slovakia

Posted in Architecture, History, Travel at 9:00 am by Warren Williams

En route to Budapest we ventured through the city of Bratislava in the early morning. At just 60km away from Vienna, they’re the closest capital cities in Europe.¬† There is a great mixture of architecture, spanning from medieval towers in the Old Town area, to the splendor of 20th century buildings. Bratislava also spans the Danube river, with the castle prominently displayed on the hill – unfortunately closed at the moment for renovations.

Hviezdoslavovo n√°mestie statue
Statue near Hviezdoslavovo N√°mestie

Michalsk√° Br√°na Hotel
Michalsk√° Br√°na Hotel

BaŇ°tov√° Ulica
Bastova Ulica

Michalsk√° br√°na Hotel

Kapucínsky kostol
Bratislava Church РKapucínsky kostol, and tram lines leading to the Castle

St Martin's Cathedral, Bratislava
St Martin’s Cathedral

St Martin's Cathedral, Bratislava
St Martin’s Cathedral

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