See world largest pumpkins at annual parade in Windsor, NS

Windsor, Nova Scotia is a beautiful small town about 50km south west of Halifax. Each October very special events happen here – giant pumpkin parade. The Dill family farm is famous for growing world largest pumpkins. They are so big that people started carving them and making into pumpkin boats. The Dill farm  claims to […]

20 beach photos from Dominican Republic all inclusive resorts near La Romana

Beach photos in this photo gallery were taken at Catalonia Gran Dominicus all inclusive resort in La Romana, Dominican Republic. Dominican republic occupies eastern part of Caribbean island of Hispanola. The weather on this tropical island has slight variations and during winter months the seas are usually a bit rougher, sea a little bit cooler. […]

Great road trip idea in south of France, visit charming Cassis

Great road trip idea in south of France is to visit charming Cassis that is close to Marseille. This small charming town can be easily reached from Nice as well.  You can easily spend a day in Cassis, there is a beach and a beautiful scenic walk along the port waterfront. Spring is a nice […]

Extreme Photography Art, Sport and Adventures

Extreme photography art is about sport and adventure, adrenaline and a unique sense of freedom. Extreme photography artworks surprise and amaze, bringing energy into our life by capturing fantastic moments. Some people think that photography is a very quiet hobby, but this collection of exciting images of people proves that they are wrong. Sport and […]

Fascinating Images of Yoga Poses, Amazing People Photos

Yoga can be practiced anywhere. Yoga is great for traveling photographers hunting for images of interesting people and writers looking for inspirations. People photos are a great way to tell fascinating stories, capture unique moments, remember the history and understand the present. Yoga is a traditional system of healing for the mind and body, but […]

Bonhomme’s winterland street food and snacks at Quebec city winter park

Bonhomme’s winterland is Quebec city winter park setup in downtown at the Plains of Abraham. This winterland is part of Quebec city winter carnival and is full of fun outdoor winter activities. There are things to do for all ages and of course everybody gets hungry and thirsty after being outside for a long time. […]

Quebec winter carnival night parade, unique and fun travel idea for all ages (Part 3)

Quebec winter carnival night parade is always concluded by the famous mascot – Bonhomme Carnival. This snowman is a symbol of Quebec winter carnival and is present at many events around Quebec city. There are many images of Bonhomme all over the place. The Bonhomme’s winterland at the Plains of Abraham park admission pass features […]

Quebec winter carnival night parade, unique and fun travel idea for all ages (Part 2)

Quebec winter carnival night parade (Part 2) continues to tell the story about this great winter event and showcase more winter pictures. FPImages presents 15 more night images taken at 2015 Quebec winter carnival night parade. Attending this night parade is an excellent way to celebrate winter, have fun and capture amazing night images and […]

Quebec winter carnival night parade, unique and fun travel idea for all ages (Part 1)

Quebec winter carnival night parade is a celebration of winter in Quebec city, Canada. Quebec city climate is continental with winter temperature staying well below freezing which allows to have lots of winter activities and attractions. This is a perfect weather for ice and snow sculptures and palaces, tobogganing, sleigh rides, dog sledding and much […]

New Year’s Day Reception at Government House in Halifax, Nova Scotia

New Year’s Day reception is an annual tradition in Canada, that Queen’s representatives provide for general public. This reception is also known as New Year’s Day Levee and can be traced back to 16-th century. Nowadays, this is a great opportunity to visit Government House and shake hands with Lieutenant Governor. New Year’s Day reception […]

Visiting Lieutenant governor residence is a rare opportunity to see Halifax’s famous landmark

Lieutenant governor residence in Halifax, Nova Scotia is also known as Government house. It is an official residence of the Queen’s representative in this province of Canada. The role of lieutenant governor these days is mostly ceremonial and symbolic. The government house hosts receptions for Royal visitors and other high-ranking government officials. Lieutenant governor residence […]

Watch Native American Fancy Dance and learn about Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Culture

Native American fancy dance is a traditional and colorful dance performed at many pow-wows across North America. Native American people living in Nova Scotia, Canada are known as Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq first nation. Visiting annual powwow must be on the list of things to do in Nova Scotia. It is a great family trip idea […]

Atlantic City beach from Revel to Taj Mahal, 20 summer pictures

Atlantic City has one of the longest boardwalks in the world. It is almost six miles long, lined with magnificent hotels on one side and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean on the other. FPImages presents a collection of beach photographs which show the beautiful Atlantic City beach with golden sand and soft ocean waves. […]

DO AC sand sculpting world cup 2014, 20 sand castle summer pictures

DO AC sand sculpting world cup 2014 ran for several days starting at the end of June 2014. FPImages continues to present more summer pictures from this annual event in Atlantic city. Sand artist Rich Varano created an amazing sand castle inspired by the Game of Thrones. DO AC sand sculpting competition was a true […]

Sand castle competition in Atlantic City, 20 sand art beach pictures

Sand castle competition is an event that is enjoyed by adults and kids alike. Atlantic City hosted second annual sand castle competition in early July 2014.  It is known as sand sculpting world cup and runs under the slogan “DO AC”. Many sand sculpture artists from around the world came to Atlantic City Beach. AC […]

Annual Pow-wow of Native Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq event not to miss

Nova Scotia M’ikmaq Native American people are indigenous to the Maritime  provinces of Canada. This photo story showcases the 2009 Powwow at Dartmouth commons. Each year location can vary and Doers & Dreamers guide is a good place to start plan a trip. Dartmouth commons was a great location with easy access and nice picture […]

Celebrating Canada Day at Halifax Citadel and waterfront

Canada Day is a very important holiday for all Canadians. In Halifax, Nova Scotia one of the major event of this day is Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo parade.  There are several options of what to do after the parade. One can visit Public Gardens and relax there after the noisy crowds. Visitors can continue […]

Canada Day Royal Nova Scotia international tattoo parade

Canada Day is July 1 and it is celebrated across the country. Each year Halifax, being largest city on Canada’s east coast presents Royal Nova Scotia Tattoo parade. Parade follows Spring Garden road – main downtown street in Halifax and then goes around the Citadel via Brunswick street. The parade starts around 10 am and […]

Annual Victorian Christmas at Halifax Citadel Presented by Parks Canada

Annual Victorian Christmas is organized by Parks Canada and is a re-enactment of traditional Christmas as celebrated by Queen Victoria’s soldiers every year at the end of November. Halifax Citadel is an excellent venue for this event. It is also a great opportunity to photograph unique setting and capture the atmosphere of a long gone […]

Discover the Interesting Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

A visit to the famous Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Center for Public Affairs will leave all book lovers amazed. Located in Simi Valley in California, this library also happens to be the final resting place of the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Wilson Reagan. The library was built in the year 1988, […]

Exciting Golfing Experience at Indian Canyons Golf Resort

A golf course cradled in the foothills of the San Jacinto Mountains and characterized by breathtaking mountain views is a dream transformed to reality for golf enthusiasts. A trip to the Indian Canyons Golf Resort can take the pleasure and enjoyment of a golfing game to the next level. It delivers an unparalleled golfing experience […]

Visit Pleasant and Delightful Palm Springs

A trip to the scenic location of Palm Springs set near the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains is incomplete without visiting the vibrant street markets and fairs. The city comes to life with the streets bustling with activity. The street market, also called the Villagefest, is located in the downtown. The area, including the […]

Take scenic golf course pictures and enjoy a challenging game at TPC Scottsdale

TPC Scottsdale golf course is a name that is immediately recognized by avid golfers and fans. TPC Scottsdale has carved a niche for itself as one of the premier golf courses. Easily accessible from Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona, this golf course provides two prestigious courses available for the public- the Championship Course and the Stadium […]

The Americana at Brand Glendale: Redefining Shopping

A great shopping experience can take the pleasure and excitement of any vacation trip to the next level. Whether purchasing items for oneself or souvenirs for friends and family, shopping can be great fun. Step into the fabulous world of Americana at Brand, Glendale and rediscover the excitement of shopping. It houses several retail brands […]

The Delightful Canyon Lake Salt River Reservoir, 15 travel images

Traveling around Arizona and looking for things to do in Phoenix or Scottsdale? FPImages presents 15 images in this photo gallery taken just an hour drive north of Phoenix. Apart from usual golfing and visiting Grand Canyon, plan a trip to  Superstition Wilderness and have some fun at Canyon Lake. This is truly amazing place […]

Rose Parade – Marching Bands and Colorul Flower Floats

The Rose Parade began in 1890s to promote the warm winters of the west coast. The parade preceded various sporting events in order to attract attention and spectators. The first American football game was played in 1902 and the proper football stadium was commissioned in 1920 and completed by 1923. The Parade and Tournament known […]