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I’ve lost touch with photography in last year. I’m OK with that. I had other priorities in life, both professionally and personally, but now it’s time to look through the view finder again. I miss travel photography, urban photography and seeing the unexpected. Now I just need a camera. I’ve been spoiled in the past,...
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I was recently on the west coast of the US for work, sitting in my hotel room one evening, cranking out emails, reviewing web pages, and writing out project plans. As exciting as that sounds, I decided to pop out for a stroll and some fresh ocean air, camera by my side. Imagine my excitement...
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Does a 5 mile-ish walk along the ocean during Autumn sound intriguing? What if it was in Australia and went through towns called Coogee, Bronte and Bondi? Even better, right? We set out mid-afternoon so we could witness the sun setting during our hike. The beaches were immaculate, the air crisp and the sights breathtaking....
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I’m flying home today and I started thinking about the rituals I go through when traveling through airports, that now seem like second nature. I know how to fly. I know how to navigate airports. I know how to get my own way. This only happened after years of being the idiot traveler, over packing,...
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I’ve not been shy in previous posts about sharing my love for travel. Or riding on planes. I also love sitting on trains and buses. Basically anything that lets me sit, think and look out the window. Each day in Japan, we take a 1-hour bus ride to and from the Twin Ring Motegi race...
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I’ve actually been to Japan 3 times. I only count two, but my passport says otherwise. I got stranded for a night returning from Singapore when my flight got canceled during my connection at Narita. United Airlines put me up in a hotel for a night. Back in 2008, that meant I headed straight to...
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It was the type of trip that could have used bourbon, xanax, and a little meth. Think Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas – but a remake, featuring a middle aged man and his 2 year old son, venturing through two airports. It sounded like a dream come true. Me, Oliver and a road trip...
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Late last year, I was forwarded a link to the New York Times website. I clicked it, and it took me to Why We Travel: Submit Your Travel Photos 2011. I was sold immediately. Travel, photography, online and writing. All things I love. So I had 250 words to: “Share your best travel photos and...
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The title of this post is inspired by the movie title, The Boys from Brazil – the football documentary, not the Nazi Science Fiction/Thriller with Gregory Peck. I’m in Brazil, I love soccer, and I’m kind of a kid. And there has been plenty of soccer. Every time I’ve seen a television, it’s featured lots...
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