Travel Photo of the Day: Living Windows (Seattle)

Seattle is full of wonderful sights like the famous Pike’s Place fish market and the iconic space needle. We thought this building covered in vines was pretty cool too. On your next trip to Seattle, don’t discount the rest of this quaint city because treasures like this can be photographed around every corner! (Our travel club mostly explores exotic destinations and countries...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Kochi Fisherman (India)

Our 2013 India group tour was one to remember. We traveled throughout the famous “Golden Triangle” (Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Pushkar), flew down to Mumbai, and then to the magical coastal area known as Kochi. Arguably one of our favorite parts of this trip, Kochi is filled with unique cultures, landscapes, and people that are distinct from where we had been up north. The fishing...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Prague Puppets

One of our travel clubs most favorite cities in the world has got to be Prague. We know it’s getting a bit cliche at this point but Prague truly is a magical place frozen in time. With much less damage from World War II, the city is famous for cobblestone streets & alleys  that ziz zag between castles, cathedrals, and other architectural gems from many different periods in...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Bryce Canyon Up Close

On our travel club’s group tour to the western national parks of the United States, we photographed the world famous Bryce Canyon on one of our first stops. This picture was taken with a telephoto lens overlooking  one of many giant “natural amphitheaters” which makes this park so famous. The other element of Bryce that visitors flock to see are these geological...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Trees of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Giant Banyan Trees strangle crumbling ruins in Angkor Wat On our travel club’s group tours to Cambodia we never can get enough of the amazing Banyan trees that thrive all over the precious Angkor Temples. Although many of these trees must be removed to prevent further destruction of the site, they have undoubtedly made there mark and are now ingrained in the culture and aesthetic that is...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Surreal Waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

One of countless incredible waterfalls in Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia This was a definite highlight from our latest Croatia group tour in July 2014.  Plitvice Lakes National Park is truly a wonder of the world. Designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site and the first National Park of Croatia, the place is surreal and dreamlike. We had a field day photographing the 16 lakes and...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Eerie Steam Vents of Big Island, Hawaii

Walking by the hot mist of a steam vent from Volcano National Park For some really creepy pictures, we take our guest’s to the hot and steamy (no pun intended) steam vents throughout Volcano National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii. These natural thermal vents are created by Kilauea, the active  volcano which the park is built upon. When extreme heat escapes through tiny cracks in the...
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Travel Photo of the Day: Feeding Lions in Chobe, Botswana

Talk about a Cavity Search! Two of these female lions are actually inside the Cape Buffalo’s body cavity!   We just returned from another incredible African Safari, this time in Botswana & Zimbabwe! Check out the amazing photographs we all got on our facebook group page. This shot is one of our favorites. To the right of these female lions was the whole pride (about 10)...
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