Where in the World?See the world through our eyes
Amazon Jungle, Bolivia
Turks and Caicos
Mayan Rivera, Mexico
Prague, Czech Republic
Yellowstone and the Tetons
Lake George, New York
Surfside Beach, SC
New Delhi, India
New York City
Daytona Beach, FL
Seoul, South Korea
Pyeongchang, South Korea
Most Recent Travel Posts
On two different occasions this year I've photographed in the rain, and I have to say, on both occasions I've walked away with something I really liked (you may recall the first image was from Szczecin, Poland). I have the gear to pull it off, but for whatever...
I know I took this picture and all.... but can I just say that I love it? This is definitely one of my favorites from 2017 so far. This sunset was just AMAZING. Anyway, I've talked on here multiple times about how I try to plan out my shoots when I go to new places....
Me: A high floor if possible please Front desk clerk: Well sir, the hotel starts on the 53rd floor... so basically every floor is a high floor. Me: Oh... right! It's a common request I make when I check in a hotel. I figure, if I'm going to be staying in a hotel, I...
You may recall when I started my series on China that I mentioned I was posting the trip in reverse, so this week we're moving to Shanghai, were my adventures there this year began. Shanghai is an interesting city, and one that admittedly took me a couple of visits...
In last week's post I mentioned that the city of Tianjin in China had a slew of really interesting bridge designs, as well as just general architecture of its buildings. As you walk down the river that snakes through town, you seemingly pass between China, the United...
Several weeks back I mentioned that Seoul was a city of bridges, and as it turns out, China has a city like this too (though it admittedly doesn't have quite as many Seoul); Tianjin. Known as the "Pearl of the Bohai" (referencing the Bohai Sea, the innermost gulf of...
Come Follow Along
For those that know us, it is no surprise that Holly and I love to travel. I caught the travel bug back in 2002, and after Holly and I met and married, she quickly followed suit. Here on the travel section of our site, you can follow along with our travels and possibly see where we’re headed next.
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Some places we’ve blogged about more than others. Destination Collections can be found on the map above, or all around the site, and are quick links to all the information we’ve posted about a particular area. Check them out!