PHOTO GALLERY: My Best Photos with Deep Depth of Field

PHOTO GALLERY: My Best Photos with Deep Depth of Field SEE PHOTOS WITH DEEP DEPTH OF FIELD One very desirable attribute of several genres of professional photography is a sense of spacial depth, referred to as a Deep Depth of Field. This is particularly true of landscape photographs. But it can also be important for …

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My Latest Photography Skills – Update on my Matador U Photography Course

Vinoy Hotel - St. Petersburg FL

My Latest Photography Skills – Update on my Matador U Photography Course I’m currently halfway through my first photography course at Matador U Travel Media School: Fundamentals of Travel Photography. All I have to say is: OMG! I am learning soooo much! Thus far, the course has taught me improved photographic skills, several new techniques (including …

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Morning at a Florida Beach

Morning at a Florida Beach For several miles along beach stretches known as Passe Grille and St Pete Beach, inviting walkways through grass-tufted dunes lead out to Florida Gulf Coast’s pristine sands. Miles upon miles of wide, platinum-white powdery beaches reach northward and southward along the Gulf of Mexico. In the following shot, famous Don …

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Evenings at Sunset Beach – Photo Essay

Evenings at Sunset Beach – Photo Essay   Florida’s Gulf Coast faces westward across the vast Gulf of Mexico towards southern Texas. Several hundred miles of fine white sand beaches provide idyllic settings for gorgeous panoramic sunsets the whole year round. In July and August, Florida’s turbulent, quickly-changing weather creates particularly dramatic sunsets along this …

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PHOTO GALLERY: My Best Travel Portraits

Rural Balinese men attending a ceremony

PHOTO GALLERY: My Best Travel Portraits ( SEE My Travel Portraits ) My two main interests while traveling the world are nature & outdoor adventures and arts & culture. Not surprisingly, then, I primarily take photos of the great outdoors, temples & architecture, festivals & events and the arts & handicrafts of the countries I …

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NEWS: I’ve Started Fundamentals of Travel Photography Course at Matador U

Cactus Flower

NEWS: I’ve Started Fundamentals of Travel Photography Course at Matador U I’m excited to announce that I’ve finally started Matador U Fundamentals of Travel Photography Course. I say ‘finally’ because I signed up and paid for three Matador U courses way back in Nov. 2014 while traveling around New Zealand. At the time, I knew …

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News: Launching my new Top Travel Blogs Lists Project

Screenshot: TOP 100 SOLO FEMALE TRAVEL BLOGS

News: Today I’m Launching my new Top Travel Blogs Lists Project   Today I’m thrilled to launch my new Top Travel Blogs by Categories Project.   This is the most extensive & comprehensive lists of Top Travel Blogs that I’ve ever come across online. The project consists of 5 full lists of the world’s top …

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PHOTO GALLERY: Medieval Bhaktapur City – Nepal

Durbar Square - Bhaktapur - Nepal

PHOTO GALLERY: Medieval Bhaktapur City – Nepal See photos of Bhakatpur here Bhaktapur is one of Nepal’s most famous, beautiful and intriguing towns. Located just 15 km / 10 miles from Kathmandu, in the middle of the broad Kathmandu Valley, Bhaktapur is one of three royal cities in the valley. Built in the 1200s in …

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PHOTO GALLERY: New Zealand Oddities

Shark Bus in Auckland New Zealand

PHOTO GALLERY: New Zealand Oddities (SEE photos of New Zealand Oddities) New Zealand is most famous for its divine outdoor scenery. Incredibly diverse, NZ has soaring snow-capped mountains, glaciers, fjords, beaches, dense rain forests, cliff-lined coastlines and supremely clear lakes and rivers. But that’s not all that New Zealand offers. Like most countries, NZ has …

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PHOTO GALLERY: Ovalau Island – Fiji

PHOTO GALLERY: Ovalau Island – Fiji (see photos of Ovalau Island Fiji here) Ovalau is a small, lush mountainous island in Fiji, just off the coast of Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu. Although little known or visited, Ovalau is one of Fij’s historically most important islands. It was on Ovalau that Europeans established the …

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