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Amsterdam Light Festival – Images and Video

Amsterdam Light Festival (ALF) has been going on as an annual event. It is a winter activity, and it is best to see at night as the day goes shorter. The […]...
by indahs travel photography on Dec 12, 2016

2006 – Vermont Reprise

The Mad River, and in particular, this pool, was an area I would return to numerous times in the future to photograph. The 2005 Vermont experience with Rich shocked me.  Sure, I had not been there in many years, but my memories were of a 3-4 week &#...

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Introducing an unfortunate habit of finding great night spots under rather intense light bulbs.
by Pinch of Adventure on Sep 4, 2016

Photo Shoot : A Glimpse of the New Kaamulan Park

Once in a while keeping your brain on a busy state, except on a stressful manner,  is helpful for you to avoid Alzheimer's Disease. A friend and my brother in my community gave me this advice few days ago. And this is what prompted to blog...

2005 (part II) – My Vermont “Homecoming”

For the past several posts, I diverted from my series of “old” images over the past couple weeks to write a couple Fall Foliage – specific posts, and to self-aggrandize with my two eBooks covering Vermont and the Michigan “U.P...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Aug 28, 2016

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

Bucket List Destination: Osaka, Japan

Located in the Kansai area of Japan, Osaka is the third largest city in the land of the rising sun. It is and has always been an important commercial and industrial center which serves western Japan as well as the rest of the country. Osaka is not on...
by Traveller Soul on Aug 15, 2016

Foliage; Michigan vs. New England

No, this is not a poll. But it is about my Fall Foliage E-books. I want to use the next couple blogs as a blatant pitch for my books.  They are easy to download, and I truly believe, one-of a kind reference guides to two magical fall destinations f...

Travel Shot: The tailor at Landour Market

I sat in the car with a sense of disbelief. Here I was on a short holiday at Landour and a few hours after arriving there, was stuck in a traffic jam. I thought I had left traffic jams and … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 3, 2016

Chicago and back to the UP – (2005; Part I)

Looking back, its hard to believe I have already covered 3 decades, and perhaps more amazing that I am still looking at images from 10 years ago.  2005, in retrospect, seemed like a pretty eventful year of shooting for me.  It definitely ramped up...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Jul 31, 2016

Life’s a beach in Pärnu, Estonia...

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by Creative in Sea Minor on Jul 30, 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

Images from Tartu, Estonia: Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?

Gorgeous dark red - and straight off the tree - cherries.Much, much greener in real life!Art from an exhibition of St Petersberg, Russia painters in Tartu. The images were made entirely from pieces of plastic.Climbing up the cherry trees to pick thei...
by Creative in Sea Minor on Jul 22, 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&#...

Diary of a World Traveler

England Day 6: A South Bank Adventure We woke to a bright and sunny morning in London—a welcome surprise after the past day of clouds. Plus, it was perfect weather for our most walking yet! A full day of exploring the South Bank treasures en...
by BtheMusic on Jul 1, 2016

Diary of a World Traveler

England Day 5: The Nerdiest London Exploration My inner nerd was satisfied today, as we walked around London to see some of the most iconic pieces of the city’s storied literary and film history. We started the day early and did more explori...
by BtheMusic on Jun 26, 2016

Diary of a World Traveler

England Day 4: Arrival in London! I’m in London. After years of waiting to see this amazing city, I am finally here to stay for a few days. We decided to spring for a very central hotel that is walkable basically everywhere, and it has not l...
by BtheMusic on Jun 21, 2016

Diary of a World Traveler

England Day 2: Bath  Today, I walked into a Jane Austen novel, and I could not be happier to say that I did. Bath is a stunning city with beautiful town houses, quaint streets filled with boutique shops, and amazing architecture. Wh...
by BtheMusic on Jun 20, 2016

Diary of a World Traveler

England Day 1: Oxford University Today, I crossed off one of the top five cities on my list of places to see before I die. Oxford and Oxford University are now done for the first time, but I know I will want to be going back many times in the...
by BtheMusic on Jun 19, 2016

Walking on water – Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 190616

As much as I love the beach and days spent by the seaside, I’m happier still exploring away from the madding crowds.  You might have spotted my post yesterday about the Castle in Silves, the town was our base for … Continue reading ͛...
by Over 40 and a Mum to One on Jun 19, 2016


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