View CSI ColorWall numbers here Visiting this Byzantine era-built church was one of the highlights of my trip to Istanbul. I remember learning about the church while in school, but actually seeing this well preserved piece of history was awe-inspiring. Large archways and huge domed ceilings reflect the architecture of the sixth century, while the mosaics and intricate carvings seen throughout brought life to the walls. [...]
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Click Here to View ColorWall Numbers This was my second trip to the Market of la Boqueria in Barcelona. The first time I remember sensory overload from the sounds and aromas: but most of all the colors. Last time I made the mistake of visiting on a Saturday afternoon, so on top of all the sights [...]
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Although my nights spent in Paris were beautiful, the days brought a beautiful color pallet inspired by large gardens and the old romantic architecture that Paris is known for. I had the chance to see the Eiffel tower, Sacre Couer and Moulin Rouge; but for me it all paled in comparison to the beauty of [...]
I have recently made the journey to a small village about an hour outside of Barcelona. It seems that everywhere I turn there is history: the buildings, the people, and the culture. Surrounded by hazelnut farms, beautiful hillsides and a view of the Mediterranean sea it is nothing short of breathtaking. [...]
I recently visited the Palace of Gold, a Buddhist temple tucked away in the hills of Wheeling, West Virginia. I was inspired by the Indian influence on this building. The Palace of Gold is appropriately named for the use of five pounds of gold in the paint used in the interior and exterior of the palace. Intricate designs and [...]
After a recent visit to the Blue Ridge Mountains in NC, I was very inspired to share the experience. Staying in a cabin off the Blue Ridge Parkway in a secluded area was a new experience for me. I’ve had my fair share of camping ventures, and consider the NC Mountains to be a [...]