August 6 is the deadline to register for our upcoming photo tour to Iceland from Aug 27-Sept 6, 2010. What separates this tour from other Iceland photo tours? For starters, our Icelandic guide/driver is one of the country’s top nature photographers, so we’ll benefit from his insider knowledge, such as the best places to see […]
Monthly Archives: July 2010
Amid cobblestone streets and old European buildings that let you know you’re not in the New World, Toto, stands a church that Ripley’s Believe It or Not would’ve loved to have found. The Bone Chapel ( Capela dos Ossos ) in the Royal Church of St. Francis in Evora, Portugal is unlike any chapel I’ve ever seen. Here […]
How do you shoot a subject that’s been done a million times? Here are two approaches at shooting horses on a Portugese Horse Farm.
We recently traveled through central Morocco, and spent a couple days in the Sahara Desert. Temps in July reached 107 degrees, so plans to overnight in a Berber tent quickly changed to air-conditioned accommodations in a renovated kasbah-turned-hotel. Camels, palm trees and kasbahs in this landscape set this desert apart from others we’d visited elsewhere […]
Upper Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona Light beams illuminate the narrow slot canyon of Upper Antelope Canyon at midday during summer months. Our Navajo guide stands near the beam he helped illuminate by throwing sand into the light ray. Although it looks serene and etheral, there were hundreds of tourists herded through this space creating a […]