Category Archive: Photography

BIG NEWS: My Photography Site is now Live!

BIG NEWS: My Photography Site is now Live! I’m thrilled to announce that, at long last, my photography website is now live. Please stop over at LashA Photography to take a look. Let me know your thoughts and opinions! What’s your favorite shot? As many of you might already know, I’ve been focusing more and …

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10 Best Photo Galleries in 2016 on LashWorldTour

Lake Atitlan sunset - Guatemala

10 Best Photo Galleries in 2016 on LashWorldTour It’s that time of year again when I take stock of the year and round up my very best photo galleries, travel tips, travel perspectives and stories from my ongoing world travels. In 2016, much to my surprise, I ended up spending most of the year in …

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PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Campeche – Mexico

PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Campeche – Mexico (see Photos of Campeche here) Campeche is a historic Spanish town located on the Gulf of Mexico in Yucatan, Mexico. Built in the early 1500s on the site of a Mayan temple by Spanish conquerors, Campeche was later enclosed within sturdy stone walls to protect it from pirate …

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PHOTO GALLERY: Stunning Yucatan Peninsula– Mexico

Lake Bacalar - Yucatan - Mexico

PHOTO GALLERY: Stunning Yucatan Peninsula– Mexico (see photos of Yucatan Peninsula here) Before arriving in Yucatan for the 1st time earlier this year, I wasn’t sure whether I was going to like it or not. Vague rumblings of Mexico being somewhat dangerous and rather expensive echoed through my head. And growing up in the USA, …

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PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Laguna Bacalar – Mexico

Laguna Bacaral - Mexico

PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Laguna Bacalar – Mexico (See photos of Lake Bacalar here) Laguna Bacalar is a long narrow lake in southern Yucatan, Mexico, renowned for its astounding water colors. In fact, it’s local alternate name is Lake of Seven Colors. As if imitating the neighboring Caribbean Sea, fresh water Bacalar glows in varying …

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PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Tulum Beach – Mexico

Tulum Beach - Mexico

PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Tulum Beach – Mexico See photos of Tulum Beach here Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula resembles a thick thumb jutting northeastward into the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Its long Caribbean Coast is world renowned for its extensive powdery white sand beaches, phenomenally colored aquamarine sea and massive resort towns. Situated …

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PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Valladolid – Mexico

Valladolid - Mexico

PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Valladolid – Mexico (see photos of Valladolid Mexico here) Valladolid is a historic colonial town in Yucatan, Mexico, full of pretty pastel buildings, leafy plazas, grand churches and charming shops, hotels, cafes and restaurants. Valladolid was established by the Spanish in the mid 1500s, in a rather aggressive and brutal manner, …

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PHOTO GALLERY: Guatemala Highlights

PHOTO GALLERY: Guatemala Highlights (see photos of Guatemala here) Guatemala is a surprisingly diverse country, with topographies ranging from black sand beaches on its Pacific coast to 30+ volcanic peaks in the central/western highlands to several beautiful lakes, equally beautiful rivers, a tropical Caribbean coast and dense jungles. Cultural diversity includes majestic Mayan ruins, traditional …

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PHOTO GALLERY: Photos of Caye Caulker – Belize

Caye Caulker - Belize

PHOTO GALLERY: Caye Caulker – Belize see photos of Caye Caulker here Caye Caulker is a small, beautiful laid-back island lying within the 185-mile-long Belizean Barrier Reef. It’s one of Belize’s most popular travel destinations. Located just one hour by high-speed ferry from Belize City, the island makes an easy weekend get-away for city residents …

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My 10 Best Travel Tips of 2015 on LashWorldTour

My 10 Best Travel Tips of 2015 on LashWorldTour In 2015 my travels spanned half the globe. After exploring New Zealand’s South Island in January, I next flew to Australia for one month, then on to Bali and Malaysia in SE Asia for two months before crossing the Pacific to the USA. I ended up …

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