Category Archives: Tuscany

Take me to Church! Photographing Houses of Worship in some of Europe’s most amazing locations

Yes, I borrowed the title from Hozier’s great song: “Take me to Church.” Hard to resist! After 20 plus years of travelling and photographing in Europe I came to realize that many of my favorite photographs feature churches as a main … Continue reading

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Olive Juice

Did you know that olive oil is the only common cooking oil that is the juice of a fruit? All the other oils we use in our kitchen come from seeds: sunflower, rapeseed (canola), peanut and grapeseed. This realisation leads … Continue reading

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Life-changing

We members of Slow Travel Tours always hope to have an impact on our guests. We want them to enjoy themselves, but we also hope they’ll learn something new. It might be a deeper appreciation of a different way of … Continue reading

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