NATURE/ Exotism

Nature always strikes me, especially when I am travelling in what we could call an “exotic place”.
Here are some pictures I took during my stay in Israel.

Let’s first have a walk in Ramat Hanadiv, a natural gem dedicated to the memory of Baron Edmond de Rothschild. Situated between Zikhron Ya’akov and Binyamina, this place is a must see for whoever enjoys the beauty of Nature and wants to know it better (don’t miss the fragrance garden).

An exploration of the charming Nahlaot’s neighbourhood in Jerusalem offers a diversity of flowers and plants that will please any visitor’s eyes.

ISRAEL/ Architecture in Tel-Aviv

Not only Tel-Aviv has a great deal of Bauhaus buildings (which is why it is called the white city and is part of UNESCO’s world heritage sites ), but its architecture strikes visitors by the mix of old and new. Ramshackle constructions sometimes stand in the middle of modern skycrapers and, as you walk on the beach, hotels vie with architectural originality.

Old & new

Bauhaus

Hotels by the beach

EAST COST/ Il était une fois… in New-York city

Sculptures by George Segal (1924–2000) which honor the gay rights movement in Christopher park

Lovers locks on Brooklyn bridge

A bird feeder on the High Line –

Avenue of the elms in Central Park

The East coast memorial is a World war II memorial in Battery Park

The statue of Liberty

TRAVEL/ NYC color scheme

New-York’s colors and neighbourhoods are vibrant and energetic, reflecting the pulse of this amazing city.

Chinatown

Lower East side

Midtown

Greenwich village

Brooklyn

Times Square