Not the smartest thing I’ve ever done…filming an angry elk
Florence Food Tour – Eating Our Way Through Italy! (Video)
Video Tour of Uluru National Park

Not the smartest thing I’ve ever done…filming an angry elk

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!) 🙂

Happy shooting!


Florence Food Tour – Eating Our Way Through Italy! (Video)

Come join us as we feast on the glorious food of Florence with Walks of Italy! Wine, olives, crostini, cheeses, meats, and even a sampling of the famous Florence Lampredotto…what an (umm, unusual) experience!

Our Florence Food Tour was more than just eating – it was a wonderful and unique way to taste a different side of Italy. Read more about our Florence Food Tour experience – including all the stops we made and the amazing food and drink we tasted – HERE.

We hope you enjoy being a part of our Italian travels as much as we enjoy sharing them with you!

Cheryl & Lisa


Video Tour of Uluru National Park

Enjoy a peaceful journey around Uluru National Park.  It is easy to understand why the Aboriginals feel this is a very spiritual place.

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