This picture was taken on June 22, 2003. Eight years and one day ago. Wow. It was taken with my very first digital camera, my trusty Sony DSC-P32. Remember those? All itty bitty sensor and 3.2 mega pixels of them? In all seriousness, I can’t believe this image was taken over 8 years ago; I
This photo was taken on September 2, 2008 just outside of Stellenbosh at Fairview Winery in South Africa. They have a goat tower there. It’s amazing. Of course it is amazing, it’s a goat tower! (Does anyone else like circular reasoning as much as me?!) Please do your part to support the goat tower by
This photo was taken on July 7, 2008 at Sveti Stefan in Montenegro. Isn’t it cute there? P.S. This wins as my least wordy blog post ever. Including the post script.
This picture was taken May 27, 2008 (more than three years ago, holy moly) at the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul. I think that the lanterns may be one of the most photographed items in the Grand Bazaar, but for good reason. I always get asked why I didn’t bring a lantern home with me, and
This photo was taken on November 15, 2008, in Kyoto, Japan. As I’ve mentioned before, the hubs loves Japan. In addition to his love for Japan, he has a strange affinity for moss. If he loves Japan, and he Loves me, he LOVES moss (just kidding, at least I hope he loves me more than
This picture was taken on March 29, 2009 at the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia (I suggest you read this post, it was one of the most popular on the travel blog!) While we struggled a little bit with our tour, we also appreciated just how amazing the scenery was. Salt flats are spectacular, I’ve
This picture was taken on April 26, 2009, at a “futbol” game at Maracana stadium in Rio. We were lucky enough to be there for an important game between Botafogo and Flamengo. Even better than that? We were seated in the Flamengo section (by default Flamengo fans) for a big win.
This photo was taken on September 15, 2008 at a Himba orphanage in Namibia. Now, there were lots and lots of things wrong with the orphanage (described more fully here), but I also think they were really trying to do some things right. One thing that may not be technically “right” but was oh-so-cute was
So… I thought I would stick with the same high contrast, bright blue sky colour scheme this week! It’s just so pretty! This picture was taken on January 11, 2009 in Christchurch, New Zealand. Remember way back at the beginning of this series when I posted a picture of Japanese moss right after the Japan
This photo was taken on June 24, 2008 in Santorini, Greece. Even though its from a totally different part of the world, don’t the colours remind you of this very first travel photo I posted, from Namibia? The bright bright blue sky and crisp white foreground just cries out to be photographed, I tell you.
This photo was taken on July 15, 2008 at Plitvice National Park in Croatia. You know how a few weeks ago I told you I didn’t like Dubrovnik? Well, that dislike didn’t extend itself to the rest of Croatia. Nope, there were lots of places I loved in Croatia; especially Plitvice. Just look at it!
This beautiful photo was taken on September 22, 2008 in the Okavango Delta in Botswana. This is the kind of African sunset that dreams are made of.
This photo was taken on July 9, 2008 in Dubrovnik, Croatia. I actually didn’t really like Dubrovnik, the old happiness = reality/expectations got me there. Despite my lackluster feelings about the city itself, I certainly don’t have any lackluster feelings about this this picture. The combination of perfect light and pastel laundry… well… it makes
I loved the travel photos I’ve posted in the last couple of weeks so much that I’ve decided I’m going to do it weekly (on Tuesdays… gotta love a little alliteration. “A little alliteration” get it?). This photo was taken on February 14 (Valentine’s Day, yay!) in Easter Island. Part of the reason that One