I wish every co-operation and communication with tourism boards was that professional like it was in San Francisco. They make it so easy for journalists to have their visit as effective as possible that even European countries like Switzerland, Austria and others are way behind with the work of their tourism boards. Really. They are so prepared with all the businesses ready to help visiting journalists that I can’t speak high enough about their system. Soon I will start publishing all the articles they’ve helped me to obtain with their prompt and kind help. If you always wanted to visit SF, make sure you have some five days to spend there so you can experience it from all the possible angles, including the gastronomic one. Hey and btw, do you know that Pier 39 will be 39 years old tomorrow? All the best from Czech Republic. It was a blast San Francisco!
I don’t mind spending long hours in the plane, really. But Madeira isn’t that far away even for a regular European tourist. To the west from Morocco is hidden one of the most beautiful islands not only in Europe. Full of fresh fruit, tasty Portuguese smoked meat and last but not least - lovely nature. I have totally enjoyed this week on the island and I would love to share a few pictures with you before I will make a dedicated album for Portugal. I have already been to Porto, Lisbon, Madeira and in October I’m heading to Alentejo so new album will be a sure thing. I’m also working on album from Tunisia so stay tuned. Next 10 weeks will be incredible with trips to USA, Portugal, Cambodia, Zimbabwe and Botswana. I honestly hope to be back on Christmas without malaria and other diseases with funny names. And hey… pssst… I have officially crossed the river to the Nikon fields after eight years… #D850 #fingerscrossed #majorswitch
Hey folks! The crazy autumn is starting tomorrow. I’m well aware it is still technically not an autumn but common… it is (almost) September already! And why crazy? In next three months I’m going to hit Madeira, San Francisco, Yosemite NP, Las Vegas, Alentejo part of Portugal, Cambodia and hopefully, fingers crossed, Botswana. Madeira seems to be my last trip with my good old Canon 6D. I liked those seven years I was on Canon side but next month I’m officially switching to Nikon D850 which perfectly suits my landscaping needs. I’m sure it will be a challenge but I simply have to overcome this obstacle. And btw, people, any recommendations for Madeira? It will be my second time over there but any recommendations are more than appreciated!