Added by Rendy on October 27, 2012 at 3:23am — No Comments
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It has been a long-standing rule that when traveling through Kansas, it is best to do so at night because there is a common thought that there is nothing to see, but I believe I can prove that notion wrong. We had three days, two kids, and a small budget to drive out to one of Kansas’s…Continue
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Do you remember this amazing sunset during your last vacation? During this 2-hour workshop, a professional photographer will show you how to capture the moment. Cameras can only record a certain range of tones, known as their 'dynamic range'.Continue
Added by Bernd F. Laeschke on August 19, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
The long cascade of Buttermilk Falls in Ithaca, NY is fun to look at from a number of angles. For more than ten thousand years, Buttermilk Creek has been splashing down the steep east slope of Inlet Valley, just a few miles from the south end of Cayuga Lake, the longest of the eleven Finger Lakes. Over the millennia, the creek has polished out a charming gorge that ends in the long, frothing falls.
Check out my latest post on my blog, with seven large photos of Buttermilk Falls as…Continue
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Ya'll know Hostel Bookers is my go to place for booking all my travel accommodations, well they've got a little game going on right now call the 7 Super Shots, so I'm taking part in HostelBookers 7 Super Shots game! I love any occasion to dig through all my old photos anyways!
1.) A photo that takes my breath away:…Continue
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I’m not really a biggie into these online contests, especially with the race towards having the most number of “likes.” I…Continue
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When I started travelling, I told myself that I would never go back to any place for the second time. It wasn’t because I didn’t like the place at all. I figured that it’d be wiser to spend the time and the money to venture into a new place. Isn’t that what travelling is all about?…Continue
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The Mysterious Moai Statues of Easter Island
Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui and Isla de Pascua, is one of those far away places that we had heard about but never thought we would ever have the opportunity to experience firsthand.
The remote island seems almost fictional, like something out of a childhood bedtime story. At times, it feels as if the island was never meant to be re-discovered by modern man, as if it has a dark…Continue
There is a form of travel in the United States, often mocked incessantly. A form of travel many consider beneath themselves. I too have always looked at it as a last resort. Recently, I had to call upon my last resort as I rode a Greyhound bus from Ann Arbor, Michigan to Charlotte, North Carolina. My friend Jen coined the term, "Ride the Hound" and…Continue
Hi, just to confirm that i have a new photo gallery of Palma de Mallorca in Spain.The images are for license use only and can be view at http://biniam.photoshelter.com .Continue
April 2009. Chiang Mai, Thailand
I thought it was going to have terrible time, simply because it was a typical tourist show. The boxing stadium, where authentic muay thai matches are normally conducted, was closed for the unknown period of time, so I had no other option if I wanted to see the fights in Chiang Mai.
Somehow, it ended up being an awesome experience. I was lucky to observe the fights standing just next to the ring and almost feeling every punch. There was…Continue
Hoi An is a place that can put your senses on overload. I found this city to be intensely charming and full of life. The city is brimming with lavish hotels accompanying pools, intoxicating aromas from
restaurants serving every type of cuisine imaginable, and prowling shopkeepers looking for their next sale. You better get used to the phrase, “you buy!” The shopkeepers show no mercy when they see
foreigners walking through town, they even follow you with motorbikes and beg you to…
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