Posts Tagged ‘Travel’

Best Photographs of 2010

Islands Folk Festival 2010

It’s always hard to come up with a top 10 list or a best photographs list but as this idea seems to be a common theme I thought it might be prudent to join in the fun. Deciding what is the best for a certain period is always a challenge? What defines “best”?; Is it […]

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Mitchell Kanashkevich – Journey Through Java

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Travel photographers often find themselves in interesting dilemmas when preparing for overseas trips to faraway countries? Among these are the unknown, ranging from potential communication issues to unfamiliarity with the terrain and local customs. How will I travel? Where will I stay? From an equipment perspective unknowns surface as well; how many cameras should I […]

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Battery Point Lighthouse, Crescent City, California

Battery Point Lighthouse, Crescent City, California

The Battery Point Lighthouse is located in Crescent City, California near the Northern California and Oregon border. The Battery Point Light was first lit in 1856 and later automated in 1953. As with so many of the Oregon and California lighthouses, Battery Point is very picturesque, especially as dusk settles on the region. The coastline […]

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Flying to Bamfield

Bamfield Airport - As rustic as it gets. Vancouver Island, British Columbia

I had the opportunity to fly with a great fellow to the west coast Vancouver Island town of Bamfield yesterday. It was purely a flight for enjoyment but I also used the journey as an “aerial photography test” to see whether photographing from small airplanes with windows actually works. I know many have been doing this […]

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Luang Prabang, Laos

Wat Mahathat located in Luang Prabang, Laos

Favourite Locations – Luang Prabang, Laos Laos has only one problem as a country, it’s land locked, no ocean, no beaches, no islands. Laos does have a beautiful river flowing through the country; the Mekong, and along this river are beautiful small towns and surprisingly stunning cities. One of these is Luang Prabang. Until the […]

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Joshua Trees and Lizards

Joshua Tree at Joshua Tree National Park

I haven’t spent much time in Joshua Tree National Park for about 30 years. Having grown up in Pasadena (Los Angeles), Joshua Tree was often a quick escape from the smog and traffic of the City of Angels. You have to feel sorry for any angels that might still live there as every time I […]

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