I commend to you the work of Miguel Claro, Portuguese photographer. Here’s a screen grab of some of his work. Click through to his site.
… of the Arctic Russian Kola Peninsula here in the Calvert Journal.
Just a couple of new shots of lovely Tallinn, Estonia from back in August, first the old town, then a two-photo stitch from the top of the Viru Hotel. Click ’em for much bigger versions at EarthPhotos.com.
And again, Ho Chi Minh City, April 2019, this one a three-shot panorama from atop the Ben Thanh Tower. If you’re patient and allow it to load from this link (it will take a minute), you can explore the entire 44 inches of the width of this photo in detail.
Light traffic, Quán 1, Ho Chi Minh City. Photo a day from a long trip around the world. All collected in Around the World Slowly at EarthPhotos.com. From our home for a month in Saigon.
A photo a day from Vietnam ahead of a month in Saigon. Here, the Continental Hotel. Graham Greene spent an extended stay here, and the Continental featured in his The Quiet American. It was also the location of the Time and Newsweek bureaux during the war, and our home on our first trip to Vietnam twenty-some years ago.
That’s the 19th century French-built Notre Dame Cathedral lit up on the horizon, above, seen in a different view here: