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The Art of Travel Photography – Galápagos Photography Guide

The Art of Travel Photography – Galápagos Photography Guide

The Galápagos Islands are an amazing place that draws photographers from around the world each year to capture its amazing landscapes and wildlife.  However, as beautiful as the Galápagos Islands are, they can also be fairly challenging to capture in photographs.  The weather, rocking boats, and the remoteness of the islands are just some of the many challenges that photographers face when they travel to the Galápagos.

Ngorongoro Crater Safari Guide

Ngorongoro Crater Safari Guide

Without any doubt, the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania is one of the most amazing places I have ever visited.  Nowhere else in this world can you find such an abundance of wildlife, all within a relatively small location, to view all year round.  Beyond the sheer beauty of the crater itself, that is what makes the Ngorongoro Crater so special.  More than anywhere else, you are almost guaranteed to see the wildlife you came to see when you visit Ngorongoro.

The Ring of Kerry Guide

The Ring of Kerry Guide

The county of Kerry in Ireland has some absolutely amazing and beautiful places to see within it.  So much so that we consider it a must-see for anyone who is thinking about visiting Ireland.  However, it is also a pretty big area, and planning what to see and how can be a pretty daunting task unless you have some guidance.

Well fear not, because that is exactly what we plan to give you in this guide to visiting the Ring of Kerry.  We are going to explain to you what the Ring of Kerry is, as well as touch on some of the top attractions that you can view on this famous Irish road trip.

Muir Woods National Monument and San Francisco Guide

Muir Woods National Monument and San Francisco Guide

I have been to the Redwood State and National Parks in Northern California, and they are beautiful parks.  They are also relatively far away from any major metropolitan city.  They are located where I would expect large Redwood trees to still be standing, on the north coast of California.  I think Muir Woods National Monument is so unique because it is where you wouldn’t expect large, old-growth trees to still be standing.