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Interview by traveling blogger Ricky Shetty

Published author, blogger, and fellow traveler from Vancouver, Ricky Shetty is presently traveling around the world with his family. On his YouTube channel, he has interviewed a variety of people about travel, blogging, and becoming “digital nomads.” I agreed to his kind request for an interview, and we spoke over video during their final evening in Trinidad before flying out to Colombia the following day.

During our hour-long conversation, we talked about a number of topics including care for aging parents, my frequent travels to Germany, and some things I’ve learned about photography.

You can find Ricky Shetty on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Thanks again to Ricky for his time during the Google Hangout on 4 July 2017; it’s hard to believe we last did this in 2014. This post appears on Fotoeins Fotografie at fotoeins.com as http://wp.me/p1BIdT-a9P.

My guest video interview for YVR Bloggers

Published author, blogger, and fellow traveler Ricky Shetty asked if he could interview me for YVR Bloggers. It’s a community based here in the Vancouver area of people who blog fervently about travel, business, cars, events, fashion, food, lifestyle, parenting, social media, technology, and more.

I jumped at the opportunity, and I agreed to answer questions and talk about travel, my year-long trip around-the-world, and travel-blogging.

Thanks again to Ricky Shetty for his time and generosity. Our Google Hangout from 3 March 2014 also appears here on YVR Bloggers. This interview reemphasizes a need I’ve had for some time: a good quality external microphone! The present post appears on Fotoeins Fotopress at fotoeins.com.

Glockenspielpavilion, Zwinger, Dresden, Germany

Carillon (Glockenspiel) at Dresden’s Zwinger

Located on the bank of the Elbe river, Dresden is the capital city of the state of Saxony in east-central Germany near the Czech border. The Zwinger Palace in the Old Town is one of the most famous baroque buildings in Germany. Along with the Frauenkirche nearby, the Zwinger is one of many famous landmarks in Dresden.

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Shalechet (Shalekhet), by Menashe Kadishman : Jewish Museum Berlin

My Berlin: Shalechet (Fallen Leaves) at the Jewish Museum

The Jüdisches Museum (Jewish Museum) in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district is one of the most visited museums in the German capital. Over seven million people from around the world have visited the museum since its opening in late-2001. One sculpture or installation takes up a “column” with the height of two floors.

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Lake Matheson at sunset

New Zealand: sounds of a sunset on the South Island

What does a sunset sound like?

Does the question make any sense at all?

How can a sunset “sound” like anything?

I used to think that way, until I visited the South Island in New Zealand.

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