Wednesday, February 4, 2009

New On My Web Site: Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe is one of the few American cities with the unique American architecture. Most of the houses are built in the Spanish Pueblo Revival style, which elements came mostly from local adobe buildings, built by the Indians hundreds of years ago (even their McDonalds is built in this style). With its flat roofs, thick round walls and worm reddish-brown colors, they blend perfectly with the surrounding dessert...

To find out more about my Santa Fe experiences and see some of my photographs please visit my webpage at:

Mirjam’s World presents: Santa Fe, NM

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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

New On My Web Site: Oatman, AZ

Oatman turned out to be a small, no, not small but tiny desert town with its 49 houses, all huddled under the mountains and lined up by the main street, dust covering everything and everybody, looking just like one of those towns that you usually only see in the old western movies…

To find out more about my Oatman, AZ experience and see some of my photographs please visit my webpage at:

Mirjam’s World presents: Oatman, AZ

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Thursday, January 29, 2009

New On My Web Site: Wine Country: Napa, Sonoma, CA

If I could live anywhere in the USA this would be the place. The nature is beautiful; the people are friendly and the climate is almost perfect. It is close to the ocean and close to the mountains. It has the gorgeous Russian river and beautiful redwood forests. The hills and valleys are covered with vineyards and fields, and the hospitable wineries don't offer just excellent wines but also locally made olive oils, cheeses and many, many other things…

To find out more about my wine country experience click on the following link:

Mirjam’s World presents: Wine Country: Napa, Sonoma, CA

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