Tag - Travel Photography

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Floating Market Bangkok – Photo Essay
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Mekong River Life Facts – Photo Essay
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Mekong River Life – Photo of the Day
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5 Tips For A Perfect SnapShot Escape
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Leaning Tower of Pisa at Dawn

Floating Market Bangkok – Photo Essay

At 7am the canals are completely quiet. No throngs of tourists clutching machete-stripped coconuts with straws poking out, no clamor of blue-smoked exhaust from the long-tailed boats jostling for position. Just quiet anticipation. Skinny, local dogs mill around empty carts, awaiting a dropped morsel when the owner arrives. A slight, […]

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Mekong River Life Facts – Photo Essay

The Might Mekong is a river with many names. In China, it is known as the Lancang Jiang, meaning ‘turbulent river’. The Thai and the Lao refer to it as Mae Kong or Mae Nam Kong, meaning ‘mother water’. In the delta, where the river splits into multiple branches, the […]

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Mekong River Life – Photo of the Day

Life is hard on the Mekong River in Cambodia. Fishermen dip their cone-shaped nets into the water from their boats, and then lift the net quickly. Once the boat is full, they’ll return to the floating houses to clean the nets and pass off the fish to the women. The […]

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5 Tips For A Perfect SnapShot Escape

Have you ever taken a Snapshot Escape? Where you set aside some time to grab just your camera and a cookie (the cookie is very important – see Tip #3) and simply go out to explore the place where you are and take a few pictures. No agenda. No goal. […]

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Leaning Tower of Pisa at Dawn

It wasn’t our original intention to see the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa before daylight. We’d just dropped off our lovely house-sit family at the Pisa airport for a VERY early flight and realized we were only a few minutes away. Why not? Expecting to wait in our car in […]

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