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Leaving Something Behind: Creating Community with Photos

Leaving Something Behind: Creating Community with Photos

Peter West Carey March 24, 2014 2

Giving back while traveling can be one of the most rewarding experiences any of us receive when getting off our couch and heading into the vast, exciting world. As a photographer, I look for

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Should I Bring a Tripod on my Next Trip?

Should I Bring a Tripod on my Next Trip?

Peter West Carey February 3, 2014 1

One of the regular questions I field as a photographer is, “Should I bring a tripod on my next trip?” My answer is always to ask more questions. Let me lay out some pros

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Get Closer: The Importance of Photographing Details

Get Closer: The Importance of Photographing Details

Peter West Carey December 30, 2013 3

Hello everyone! It’s time for another travel photography tip. In the past, I have given you tips for taking photos of waterfalls, Machu Picchu, the Taj Mahal, and while on an African Safari. Can’t

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Visual Adventure: Iceland

Visual Adventure: Iceland

Caitlin Hotchkiss December 16, 2013 4

Iceland: The name sounds cold, for sure, but this Nordic island is full of some of the warmest people you’ve ever met. If you need a demonstration, then look no further than our brand-spankin’-new-for-2014

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Visual Adventure: The Great Wall of China

Visual Adventure: The Great Wall of China

Attit Patel November 29, 2013 1

This post may not be as much about the Great Wall of China as it is about looking at things differently. When shooting a massive landmark such as the Great Wall, at 8,851.8km (5,500

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Visual Adventure: The Australian Outback

Visual Adventure: The Australian Outback

Greg Snell November 27, 2013 0

Over two weeks and covering some 3500km, I travelled the spine of the Australian continent. It was an incredible journey and one that I am hoping is reflected in the photos below. I hope you

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Inside Chefchaouen’s Medina—a Study in Blue

Inside Chefchaouen’s Medina—a Study in Blue

Jodi Ettenberg November 26, 2013 0

We’ve featured Chefchaouen before on the G Adventures blog — most recently, it appeared in our weekly photo contest wrap-up, when its beautiful medina appeared alongside other “blue-themed” submissions. But the city, high above

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Visual Adventure: Kenya

Visual Adventure: Kenya

Nellie Huang November 25, 2013 0

With its vast savannas, intriguing tribal culture and rich wildlife, Kenya is the East Africa that many dream of. The country stretches from the arid grasslands of Masai Mara to the misty lakes of

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Visual Adventure: The Silk Road of China

Visual Adventure: The Silk Road of China

Rachel Wasser November 22, 2013 2

The Silk Road of Western China and Central Asia elicit romantic notions of explorers on camelback gliding through the desert looking to barter their wares for exotic spices and silk. Connecting the East with

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Visual Adventure: Western Canada

Visual Adventure: Western Canada

Gary Arndt November 21, 2013 0

Western Canada is an enormous tract of land which encompasses almost everything west of the province of Ontario. It includes the prairies of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Coast

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