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This map shows where in Greece some of the most famous Greek myths took place. Greece is a big country with so many islands. I thought it would be nice to be able to place those myths on a map. I chose to create a colorful map because Greek myths are often very passionate, colorfully and flamboyant! It can be nice, while visiting actual Greece, to remember where some of the most famous of its myths took place.
Walking tours are one of my go-to experiences when I travel to somewhere new. Learning about the history and getting insights from a local often feels more immersive and fun! While researching for this map, I chanced upon this themed tour - listen to stories about Greek gods, myths and legends while exploring Athens!
Travelers who go on solo adventures often talk about how empowered they feel when they return from a trip. They usually come back a new person with a fresh perspective on life. Solo travel represents freedom, independence, and of course wanderlust. As part of Illustrator’s Circle, I wanted to bring a series of solo traveller illustration.
Here, the association of my village, rents costumes for a selfy at the castle, a walk in the village, a play, a family celebration, an exhibition ... We have costumes from the Middle Ages and other centuries. We also have monks, witches, princesses, knights ... it's Ali Baba's cave!
I live just by the South West Coast Path, which hugs around 660 miles of the English coastline, from the rocky cliffs of North Devon, through Cornwall and over to the gentle waters of Poole in East Dorset. At least once a week I walk this path. The Golden Cap is the highest point on the south coast of England and I have looked over to it as I walk the coastline near my home in Devon. I recently I climbed up and down the grass clad, golden cliffs of the Cap to the top. The sky was azure, hawks, and a helicopter circled below me and people on the beach were no bigger than grains of sand. The Golden Cap features in my illustration of Dorset, like a bright beacon, shining its light over the deep blue sea.
Sheffield is my happy place, and this is also in honour of my grandad who was born here and spent the war building fighter planes , and of all the Sheffield soldiers who fought so that Sheffielders could continue building their city and building their families, which is why I included the famous Park Hill flats as a symbol for this
London has to be one of my happy places. I have lived in the city for 10 years and I absolutely cherish every second. It’s full of life and has never a dull day or a moment. I have tried to capture the essence of London in this hand painted map. Sightseeing, museums, shopping, art, cafes, restaurants etc are just so amazing!
The park of the monsters is located in Bomarzo and was built in 1552. The set of monuments is located on the slopes of a natural amphitheater, and is characterized by whimsical and grotesque shapes among the trees, flower beds and streams. Excessive sculptures carved out of rock, of terrible or absurd aspect, that represent mythical characters and fantastic beings.
I live in Uptown Chicago, a beautiful and diverse neighborhood, and a very popular filming location. I'm sharing just a few of the points of interest during a short walk from my home. Along this walk you'll also see familiar spots from the TV shows Chicago Fire and Chicago PD.
When you wanna see a breathtaking mix of old tree alleys, beautifully landscaped gardens, rare plants and historical buildings bathed in golden light then join us on a long and relaxing walk through Schönbrunn Gardens in Vienna. Schönbrunn, the former summer residence of the Habsburgs, can be translated as "Beautiful Spring" and oh yes, this couldn't be more true.
Every single time we are in Vienna, we spend hours strolling through the gardens and walking the zigzag path up to the Gloriette where you have an amazing view over the whole city. And for sure everybody will see us behaving like a Crazy Plant Couple when we enter Palm & Desert House and admire thousands and thousands of exotic cacti and plants. Not to forget: Empress Sissi's spirit will give the whole walk a very royal touch!
A Walk Through History. Kenley ,a small village in south London is full of beautiful woods and walks. I have lived here for the last 10 years and enjoyed this place very much. Kenley Air Field has fascinated me. Its an excellent area to walk and explore the history of Britain. This RAF Air Field was actively used until the late 1960.It played an important role in WWII and a lot of the original blast pens and bunkers still stand proudly to this day. Now this Air field and the runways are used by the Surrey Hill Gliding Club. The area around the air field is open for public use. We run, walk, jog, exercise, ride bikes ,walk the dogs and more. On a good day its perfect for a picnic.as you enjoy your sandwich and a drink you can also watch the gliders take off and land.