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The Top 10 Unmissable Destinations in Africa

The Happy Nomad On your journey to this continent, you will want to know where the best places to travel in Africa. Here we can show you all about the top destinations in Africa to make your... by Bamba Experience | The Top 10 Unmissable...
by The Happy Nomad on Dec 19, 2016

New Book Available! Coloring for All Ages, and More!

You may have heard that the National Park Service had a big birthday this year. It turned 100 just last week! And to celebrate, Mr. Pish released a new book – it’s an all-ages activity book with coloring pages for … Continue reading...
by KSBrooks' Blog on Sep 1, 2016

Free Entrance to All USA National Parks on NPS 100 Years Birthday

NPS.gov (America's National Park Service) is Celebrating 100 Years (Happy Birthday!). Join the Party with Free Admission to ALL 412 USA National Parks from August 25 through August 28 2016. For the Full List of Events in the National Parks: http://fi...

Oh, the Places I’ve Been!

I am pretty sure Dr. Seuss wasn’t talking about my photography when he penned his inspirational book (presumably for kids), “Oh, The Places You’ll Go,” which was clearly intended for a higher calling than this blog.  But it s...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Aug 21, 2016

National Parks Birthday – 100 This Month! (Grand Tetons National Park)

Eight more days until our National Parks 100th birthday. Here are some photos of Stu Patterfoot in beautiful Grand Tetons National Park in Wyoming. (Need a different, inspirational setting for your WIP? Visit a National Park!) One fall, my husband...

Taroko National Park – A Must Visit Place In Taiwan

You cannot visit Taiwan without seeing and discovering the spectacular beauty of Taroko National Park (also known as Taroko Gorge) especially if you are a nature lover and a trekker. What Makes Taroko National Park Special? Taroko National Park is a...
by Man Of Wanders on Aug 15, 2016

National Parks Birthday – 100 This Month! (Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota)

In celebration of our national park’s 100th birthday, here is Stu Patterfoot at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. Bison and wild horses roam the park. It was here in a parking lot, where I overheard a man asking a park ranger if...

National Parks Birthday – 100 This Month! (Wind Cave National Park)

In honor of our US National Park’s 100th birthday later this month, here are some shots of Stu Patterfoot visiting Wind Cave National Park in the southern Black Hills of South Dakota. This was the first cave in the world to be named a nat...

National Parks Birthday – 100 This Month! (Rocky Mountains National Park)

In celebration of our National Parks Birthday later this month, here is Stu Patterfoot in Rocky Mountains National Park in Colorado. The park is enormous, and two photos can hardly capture the millions of places to stop for photogenic moments. Rocky...

Jalan Panjang Trekking Ke Figure 8 Pools (Figure Eight Pools)

Catperku Catperku (Travel Blogger Indonesia) – Tempat wisata ini sebenarnya adalah salah satu kolam renang alami di dekat Sydney yang ngehits gegara Instagram. Hinga kemudian kolam ini lebih dikenal dengan nama Figure 8 Pools, karena bentuk fisikny...
by catperku.com on Jul 25, 2016

“Digital” Michigan “UP” Photo Excursion – 2004

In spite of the newly acquired digital SLR camera, aside from a couple “forays” into “birding,” my photography stagnated during the period after 2002.  I needed some motivation to get shooting again.  I was a reader of Moose...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Jul 24, 2016

Discover Beauty around Neusiedlersee in Burgenland Austria Through 5 Activities

The Travel Tester goes in search of activities, relaxation, good food... and lots of birds around the Neusiedlersee in the Burgenland region of Austria You just finished reading Discover Beauty around Neusiedlersee in Burgenland Austria Through 5 A...
by The Travel Tester on Jul 18, 2016

Nepal: Hey Hey Namaste!

The Happy Nomad Sandwiched between the sweltering expanses of the Indian subcontinent and the high altitude realms of the Tibetan plateau lies the kingdom of Nepal, a place of stunning beauty, vast untamed wilderness, and soaring Himalayan..&...
by The Happy Nomad on Jul 17, 2016

Backpacking in Poland: Touring Sand Dunes and Cycling Through the Forest at Słowiński National Park

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel Poland continues to excite, entice and inspire me. Into my third week in the country on this trip (cumulatively I’ve now spent about 6 weeks of my life in Poland) and we toured an area by...
by Don't Stop Living on Jul 16, 2016

Minalungao National Park, An Ecotourism Marvel in Nueva Ecija

July 2, 2016…a Saturday. And our wandering feet strikes again. We embarked on a day trip to satisfy our wanderlust. We left our house with just a light breakfast, our swimwear, and a few clothes…nothing else. Oh, and the tent that never left the...

Grand Tetons National Park

Tetons peaking out beyond the low clouds.When I awoke the sun was still down and the moon still shining brightly and low clouds clung to the sides of the mountains. Perfect conditions to drive the Teton Pass to Jackson Hole first time (she says sarca...
by Not as the Crow Flies on Jul 11, 2016

My Stay at Pench Tree Lodge with Pugdundee Safaris

As I arrived at the entrance of the Pench Tree Lodge (Pungdundee Safari), I was pleasantly surprised. There were more trees than construction around me. There was a huge Mahua tree right behind the reception. In the hot month of June water bowls were...
by Travel Tales from India on Jul 8, 2016

Alaska Trip: Denali National Park

After our long ride on the McKinley Explorer, we arrived at our destination: Denali National Park. Several hotels were situated just outside the park, all seemingly owned and operated by cruise companies. Here’s our Holland America-owned McKinl...
by Girls in White Dresses on Jul 6, 2016

Andrews Bald and a Perfect Day

Some days are truely magical from start to finish.  This July 1st hike to Andrews Bald in the Great Smoky Mountains with three friends had that quality from start to finish.   No one expects to find a day in the 60's in July in east Tenness...
by Vickie Henderson Art on Jul 2, 2016

Broadening Horizons; 1997

1997 held “more of the same” (flowers and wildlife locally). But it turned out to be a big year for me (perhaps one of the biggest and certainly a turning-point in my photographic journey).  I made my first “photography-dedicated&#...


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