TBEX at Sea – Get ready to be Wowed! Recently, we were lucky enough to board the Oasis of the Seas cruise ship to get a little preview of our home base during the first ever TBEX at Sea event October 31 through November 7. The representative from Royal Caribbean told us […]Read More
We should have known it was going to be a spectacular ride. When our cab picked us up in Bergen’s grey early morning dawn, the driver asked where we were headed. “Oslo,” we said sleepily. “Oh, it’s really snowing on the mountains today. Latest that’s happened in as long as […]Read More
“What if I have absolutely no idea what’s being said?” “Is it possible to Google fast enough to appear somewhat intelligent?” “How will I made it through a three hour tour without the guide thinking I’m a dolt?” All of these thoughts bounced around my head after reading about our […]Read More
Bergen to Oslo – First leg of #WBTEurail trip Our first trip using our Eurail passes starts in Bergen, Norway. The NSB train from Bergen to Norway, also called the Bergen Railway, is a scenic route crossing Norway from west to east in just under 7 hours. Not too long after […]Read More
Who doesn’t like Crock Pot Pulled Chicken? This one is SOOOO easy! And it tastes even better for leftovers the next day! 🙂 We make this for football tailgating parties or like today, something easy to munch on all day when it’s raining outside and there is football on TV […]Read More
Oh look! It’s a beautiful elk! He looks so powerful and strong. He’s making lots of loud elk noises, so he’s obviously not very happy. So what do I do? Go up to the fence to get a photo. But a photo isn’t enough. I want a video!
As you can see, my unhappy elk did NOT appreciate being filmed one bit! I guess it’s lucky that he didn’t jump over the fence to let me know. I could have been the featured story on Romania’s Dumbest Tourists segment. It would have served me right.
Afterwards – when I could hold my camera again without shaking – I was able to get another shot that I was proud of. From a LONG distance away!
For me, it’s so easy to get caught up in the moment while practicing travel photography. It’s all about capturing that perfect instant in time to share. So far I’ve twisted my ankle (twice!) and skinned my knees on volcanic rock while trying to get a perfect shot, but fortunately nothing too scary.
Have you ever done something “not so smart” for a photo or video? To what lengths would you go for the perfect shot? Was it worth it? (That’s a silly question. Of course it was!) 🙂
We’ve been invited on a press trip to Romania by their Tourism Board and I don’t have anything to wear! Well, not exactly. I do have a few pairs of shorts, a bathing suit, and a few blouses I classify as “dressy” only because they don’t fall into the t-shirt […]Read More