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Flavia Serena  Doctor (Cardiologist). I'm a reader and traveler. Amateur photographer and foodie. My photos. I love the Nature and Life. Φιλοσοφία Βίου Κυβερνήτης

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Yeguada de la Cartuja - Hierro del Bocado
The most important reserve of Andalusian Horse, Cartujano lineage worldwide

Since its founding at the end of the 15th century, the monastery of la Cartuja becomes the cornerstone of the upbringing of the Jerez horse. The Carthusian horse is a breeding line of the Andalusian horse whose name comes from the Carthusian of the Defense

In the photos some foals with their mothers.
What a beauty!

I was sailing by the English Channel and saw The Spinnaker Tower and knew that I must visit this wonderful architectural work

Another day I went to the port of Portsmouth on the south coast of England and met the protagonist of it seascape.
It has a very modern lookout with magnificent views.

It's raining again Just remember this old song from Supertramp

Irma is coming ☹️

Good morning from the Vienna market

The market of a city is a meeting place between family, friends and locals. A good place to know the customs and enjoy the pleasantness of a population.

Potomac River, Prince George County, Maryland. "Green I want you green,
green wind, green branches"

Verses of the poet García Lorca always present when the mood is freshii looking the beauty of the trees and the placid face of the river Potomac.

Beauty in The Jostedalsbreen Park.
Love everything here, mountains, light, blue, green, water, waterfall and breathe this pure air.

Jostedalsbreen Nasjonalpark

Frankfurt from Main River

Old church of San Nicolas

Alte Nikolaikirche

This beautiful church built in the 12th century shows the splendor of the past that contrasts today with the great financial district of this friendly city.
Can you see the buddy swimming ?

Antoni Plàcid Guillem Gaudí i Cornet, best known like Gaudí

He was a Spanish architect, maximum representative of the Catalan modernism, an architect with an innate sense of the geometry and the volume, as well as a great imaginative capacity that allowed him to mentally project the majority of his works
before moving them to plans.
Gaudí went beyond orthodox modernism, creating a personal style based on the observation of nature, fruit of which was its use of governed geometric forms, such as hyperbolic paraboloid, hyperboloid, helicoid and conoid.
I have seen his works over and over again, some still under construction, imagine how complex it is to realize what I would say the perfection of man-made nature, certainly a great job and I am glad there are people working to achieve what Gaudí's prodigious mind created and made it happen.
Here some photos of the Park Güell, a place to walk, admire and rethink the ingenuity. Gardens, aqueducts, theaters and roads that look like trees and are mixed with nature.
This great architect succeeded harmony enters nature and its mission of life.

I visited many Museums around the world and I'm sure that all are special an unique. There's one around a baseball park

Baseball is a religion in USA and other American countries, the national sport in several cities and Boston is one of the most passionate. The most emblematic is Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park. We can see there many statues and this one was made with bronze by Sculptor Franc Talarico.
The player is Ted Williams with a child to whom he is offering his cap. Ted Williams will forever be one of the great heroes in the history of baseball, Boston, and America and was a relentless champion of children.

Rural life in the Middle Ages, home of the fifteenth century. Beauty among trees, fresh air. How beautiful is life among the green.

Southern Ireland 💚💚💚

Beautiful and little pink-white rose.

The island of Poros (Greek, Πόρος) is a small double Greek island located in the waters of the Aegean Sea, in the southern part of the Saronic Gulf and separated by a maritime channel of the Peloponnese.
The prestigious Hellenic Naval Academy is located in Poros, 1 and owns the first modern shipyard in Greece built in 1827. Visitors to the picturesque island of Poros identify it with its landmark, the Clock Tower. This clock tower was built in 1927 and is an imposing feature. It is definitely a bit of a climb from the waterfront being the highest point of the island, but when you reach it, the view from there is breathtaking and worth the effort.
Greece has a longer summer! Wonder sea blue.

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