New York, a city many says is “never sleep,” is now empty due to the coronavirus epidemic. I was in midtown Manhattan. And I’ve seen something I’ve never seen before.
Grand Central Station / 42nd street
There are no tourists in the city, I have seen very few pedestrians and a few cars only. Even – and here’s the big word – find a parking lot! This is simply unimaginable. This is a must-see, and, of course, for a journalist has a duty to show. Read More →
Vacation on the ocean coast. Daytona Beach is one of the most popular vacation destination in the USA. Some pictures of the beach, the resort center, the second tallest lighthouse in the US, so the places which the tourists are visiting. Read More →
I was a tourist and visited the Kennedy Space Center in Merritt Island, Florida. Unfortunately, I was not lucky. There was a storm, it was raining, all day. But a tourist is a tourist, especially if the camera is in his hand. So I took some photos… Read More →
The Tiger lives in Bronx. One of the Bronx Zoo’s celebrity.
The tiger is the star of the Zoo. On the first beautiful spring day he looked around his estate. He allowed the correspondent to photograph. The tiger was modeling, sitting. The tiger also showed his eyes.
“Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is where cherished memories are made along 60 miles of beautiful coastline. Discover stunning sunrises over the Atlantic Ocean, fun days at the beach, lush natural wonders and grand new adventures. Savor our warm Southern hospitality, fresh coastal cuisine, and our unique flavor of fun. Cherish these moments together. Visit Myrtle Beach — where happiness comes in waves.” – Website of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Read More →
Brooks Brothers is America’s oldest clothing brand. The website of the Grand central wrote: “To celebrate its 200th anniversary, Brooks Brothers is proud to present a special exhibition in Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall.” Photo Report about the exhibition.