Wanderlust is contagious, thanks to envy-inducing travel photography, .
My Photography: Tree Reflections
In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, we had a very long winter. It snowed so much (more than 2 meters / 78 inches, compared to the average 1.2 or 1.3 metres / 47 or 51 inches that we usually get), that it is considered the second or third snowiest winter on record!
My Photography: Oradour-sur-Glane, France
With the war raging on in Ukraine, I often think of the stories my grandparents and my great-grandmother used to tell me about World War II.
What’s the Point You’re Trying to Make?
We’ve all got to start somewhere Japan is where and how I became a travel photographer. I recently shared some photos online from that fateful trip to Japan.
Kissed by a Gator
The American Alligator (Alligator Mississippiensis) is my favorite wildlife subject. Many of my friends call me Gator Bait because I do things they think is crazy and will one day actually turn me into gator bait. Like in the below photograph when I crawl close to an alligator for a photograph (resulting photograph is the one above). A gator will typically hiss or outright take off into the water if it feels you are too close. When they do hiss at me (every gator is different in how close it will allow you to approach) I back off and respect their uneasiness.
The First Leg
I had the perfect name for this week’s letter blog. I thought of it while we were traveling. You’d better write it down, I told myself. Nah, I’ll remember it, myself told me. Did I — do I remember it? NO! It’s gone! Just gone! Right out of my head. I’ve thought of lots of names since then but none of them as perfect as that one was. In light of that, we shall continue and call this one The First Leg.
Best photo spots in the hill country of Sri Lanka
A trip to Sri Lanka would not be complete without a visit to its hill country. The mountainous region offers a breath of fresh air to the contemporary metropolis of Colombo. It is a must-see place for all you nature lovers and adventure seekers alike, which is guaranteed to leave an impression on your heart (and your memory card)!
Best National Parks for Wildlife Photography
Do you want to get into wildlife photography but not sure where to start? There’s nothing better than wildlife watching and wildlife photography at one of the best national parks in the US. You can make the most of the experience with the best camera for wildlife photography and wildlife photography tips from the experts.
The best kind of adventure is an unplanned one. Wandering and getting lost usually leads to a place that will imprint a memory in our minds. You pick a place and just hold on to fate's hand letting it lead the way.
Deer Diddly Squat
It was an early winter morning, I had decided to venture through Cade’s Cove in Tennessee for my Landscape Photography class assignment. It’s a huge park in the Smoky Mountains, and I wanted to get some images of the wildlife while I was there. Since it’s about 4 hours from where I live, I decided the night before that I would just stay awake and pull an all nighter to make sure I would leave on time, so that way I could get there as the park opened at sunrise. Ideally, I should have gotten a cheap room in the area or camped out the night before, but I planned this trip fairly last minute.
A Break in the Clouds
He looked right through me, and it took eight weeks to look back. I had just started my Euro trip with two of my best friends, before we would part ways in England and I would continue solo. Having graduated university a year earlier, I was ready to take the jump, but nervous about my ambitious plan. No one knew that part; I would never have admitted it out loud anyways because it giving fear airplay makes it real.
Life And Death on Canada's West Coast
There’s nothing beyond here This is where Canada's West Coast runs out, the land finally faltering and fragmenting into a thousand rocky islands. There's nothing between here and Asia except a wild and shifting sea that brings fogs and storms and occasionally the wreckage of ships to the rocky shore.
Mid-October is magical in Cherokee, located in the far western tip of North Carolina. The days dawn with cool crisp air that lead to warm afternoons and evenings that are best spent beside a fire pit. Shades of burnt orange, fiery red, brown and green overwhelm every mountain view as the leaves do their annual colorful transformation.