A study abroad trip to Western European, countries including: The Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Sweden, and Norway. The book shows the most interesting places within each country, it also gives a brief discription of the country, and gives some examples of experiences that you may have if you plan on visiting the above countries. The Netherlands was a country of mass culture where people danced in the streets within the cities and most people ride bikes instead of driving. Germany has great chocolate deserts and fun ways of getting around there for instance trains, trolly buses, and tons of bikes that you can just take to ride around on. Denmark has a little bit for almost everyone to do for instance a theme park, movie theaters, dance clubs, great shopping, and alcoholic drinks are cheap. Estonia was a big tourist area with people dressed in old fashioned clothing, people shooting bows, and people making old fashioned armor and clothing. Russia was very strict, but it has the most history, because even the buildings are still in need of repair from war that happened a long time ago, it has very old cathedrals, but it is photography worthy. Finland has a peanut museum where you can buy an old comic, it also has neat souvinir shops, and lots of little docks for fishing off of. Sweden is a lot like The United States except the fact that in order to get to the other side of Sweden you have to travel on a boat, it has a theme park, zoo, museums, movie theaters, tons of places to shop, and the people understand english a lot better. Norway gets number one on looks, because everywhere you look there are tons of trees, mountains with snow on them, and waterfalls.
I am currently in College studying studio art. I hope to become either a wedding photographer or a special effects editor for movies. I just recently went on a study abroad trip to see West Europe and got to see about 9 countries it was a trip of a life time. I am currently selling the book of my photography which includes 108 pages and about two images per page.