Museums

We Visit Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum – London

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It was a beautiful sunny day when my uncle and I decided to visit Madame Tussaud’s Museum in London.  The museum is named after Lady Marie Tussaud’s, who was born in France in 1761. She created her first wax sculpture in 1777 and by 1835, Marie had settled down on Baker Street in London where she opened her first museum. Over the years, the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum has become one of London’s and the world’s great tourist attractions.

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Bhoga Nandeeshwara – a 1000 year old temple in India

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Although I have stayed in the city of Bangalore in India for quite some time now, only recently I got a chance to visit one of the oldest temples in the state of Karnataka – the Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple. The temple is about 37 miles from Bangalore and is located in Nandi village near Nandi Hills.

The temple was originally constructed during the 9th century AD by Bana Queen Ratnavali and to my surprise, it still carries the same Dravidian ...

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Paris in December through the Lens of the Monaco Reporter

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Visiting the City of Lights

We had a busy agenda in Paris in December, what with a film shooting at the Grand Palais, renewing my passport at the Argentine Embassy, paying a visit to the newly appointed Mexican Ambassador to France and Monaco, all while enjoying walking around the legendary City of Lights.We woke up to a glorious sunrise viewed from our room at the Montalembert and after croissants and fuming espresso, decided to walk down rue Le Cler in ...

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Ringo Starr Rocked MonaoOceanographic Museum

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RINGO STARR INAUGURATES ARTERNATIVELIGHT (3)

On Tuesday, September 24 the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco had a private viewing of the third edition of ARTERNATIVELIGHT exhibition entitled Passion/ Ocean, and the special guest was no other than iconic British pop artist Ringo Starr, ex drummer of the legendary group The Beatles. Ringo, who was looking his best in his typical slim black suit and skull t-shirt, came accompanied by his wife of 33 years Barbara Bach, American actress and ...

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Tamron Spotlights IPA’s Len Rapoport

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Tips for Shooting a Day in the Big Apple

Len Rapoport uses the 18-270mm VC PZD lens for his city

adventures — plus trade shows and video!

Article By Jennifer Gidman • Images by Len Rapoport – Article has been reprinted from the

Tamron Newsletter – August 2012

Len Rapoport has had the storied life you usually read about in “Rolling Stone.” The New ...

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New York’s Green Markets • The Museum of Natural History

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It was a beautiful Sunday and my wife and I planned to spend a day in New York with our two-year old grandson Reid. My son Andrew and his pregnant wife Sara, are expecting twins in three months and needed some time to pack up their apartment for next weeks move to New Jersey.

So we were more than happy to ...

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