Remember the movie "Le Grand Bleu" (The Big Blue) from French Director Luc Besson? If you were a teenager in the 80's you were probably deeply touched by this movie that has marked an entire generation. So, if you know the movie, you already know Amorgos. Or at least some of its famous spots (Hozoviotissa Monastery, the streets of Chora, Olympia shipwreck and Agia Anna chapel).
Forget all you know about Mykonos. Forget the noisy beaches. Forget the crowded streets and follow me into the narrow streets of Mykonos City.
The city meant for lovers is also definitively meant for photographers. There is so much to enjoy there if you love taking picture, everything is so picturesque. Nevertheless, what you need to know if you want to explore Venice thoroughly is that you are going to walk a lot. And when I say a lot I really mean a lot!
On our way to the Pacific Coast and after passing through Death Valley, we could not miss to cross Yosemite National Park from East to West. Only one day was planned to do so, we will discover it was far way not sufficient for this treasure of California.
After 2 days in Las Vegas, which was more than enough, we took our car back and headed towards Death Valley. We were knowing is was going to be hot, but we were far away from imagining how extremely hot is was actually going to be...
Coming from Page, after having seen the fantastic Lower Antelope Canyon, we were heading towards Grand Canyon National Park. On our road, we made a stop a Little Colorado Gorge. We were already impressed by the incredible view on the Canyon but that was only the appetizer as compared to what we were going to experience when we will reach the south rim of Grand Canyon.
Less known and a little bit less crowded than its neighbor Upper Canyon, Lower Antelope definitively worth a visit. Deep dive into the colorful and World renowned Antelope Canyon, probably the best place to see for a photographer.
After two days in Moab area, visiting Dead Horse Point and Arches National Park, it was now time to go back westward in our road trip, leave the fabulous State of Utah and take the direction of the Navajo territories in Arizona.
Started from Vegas, our road trip now reaches its eastern bound in Utah at Arches National Park. We did not go further eastward in the American Southwest. We were now settled for 2 nights in Moab with the firm intention to see with our own eyes the symbol of Utah: Delicate Arch in the heart of Arches NP.
After 2 days at Bryce Canyon it is time to take the road again moving further towards east of Utah. But before reaching Moab and Arches NP, we had a full day driving and had to pass through other parks that finally deserved the stop: Kodachrome Basin State Park and Capitol Reef National Park.