Last October I was travelling around Madhya Pradesh for little over a week. I had not visited this part of India ever before. The cities of Ujjain and Maheshwar were extraordinary. I love the temples, streets, mosques, people, and the food.
The Ganges, the Sindh, or the Brahmaputra – rivers that are laced with myths, legends, and the ebbs and flows of thousands of years of human history through the course of their long journeys from the mountains to the seas.
Calamus Winery is located in Jordan, on the ‘bench’ part of the Niagara escarpment with more moderate temperatures in the vineyards. It’s not the heritage barn or the deep space telescope and observatory, but the rusty shed that takes center stage in these images.
During my Fine Art of Travel Photography workshops, participants often ask, “Where do I like to do on my vacations?” My stock answer is no matter where I go it’s a busman’s holiday. I can’t imagine boarding a flight at LAX without my camera equipment. It would be like leaving part of me behind.
Photographing one of the most colourful birds in Southern Ontario can be challenging if one is not prepared, fortunately I am going to give a way my secrets so you too can photograph the Northern Cardinal Male or Female.
The street dogs of Old Havana and Vedado where most tourists can be found wandering are for the most part in better physical condition and fare better in their interactions with people than in countries facing similar economic conditions.
Fall is wondrous time in nature and evokes many memories full of colors and smells that come only in that season which separates Winter and Summer, and makes the transition so enjoyable. Yet, many think of Fall as a time not so resplendent in the Rockies. The Rockies – Fall is just ……
In a van, we rode 30 miles out to a remote village. I held my hand out the window as I gazed at the landscape so confused to see that just a short ride out, beautifully lined buildings and gorgeous architectured homes had begun to vanish.
On a recent trip to Peru I was given the opportunity to take a 9 hour hike over the Ipsay Pass (around 15,000 feet above sea level) from Hucahuasi to Patacancha, something I will never regret.
Standing on the dock of the lake in northern Ontario nature put on a show that captured your eye and took your breathe away. Over the course of perhaps a half an hour the sky went from pinks and blues and mauves to fiery yellows and orange and red. It was spectacular to watch.