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Jun 06

#1364. Lonely planet

By Pascal Ollier | Travel Photography

Verdun is not a spontaneous destination. Located some 225km due east of Paris, 250km south of Brussels in a region not famous for its friendliness (very cold in winter especially), the trip will not make you dream in anticipation. Yet Verdun plays a major role in history. February 21, 1916, World War one, allied and […]

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Feb 20

#1348. Lost Acres

By Lad Sessions | Travel Photography

A drive to view the rising on a Rockbridge County farm leads to a colorful timelapse 🙂 Linda Wilder and her husband own some Rockbridge County farming property not far south of Lexington. Called “Lost Acres Farms,” it’s perched on a small hill, with a stunning 360-degree view of the surrounding landscape, including House Mountain […]

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Jan 28

#1343. Finding My Flow

By Nancee Rostad | Travel Photography

From rain to temizuya to wa.   During my trip to Japan in February 2023 our photography group journeyed to the countryside to explore the historic station town of Narai-juku. During the Edo period, travelers stopped here for lodging and restaurants since it was at the halfway point between Tokyo and Kyoto.     It […]

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Jan 25

#1341. The Kalahari Oasis

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

Back in South Africa’s past, the focus of the nation was often on the Afrikaans community, making fun of their attitudes, speech and a whole lot more, especially in our TV and film advertising. This ad was produced for Castrol motor oil – one of the few multinationals that retained a presence in the country […]

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Jan 16

#1338. The Foot Bridge

By Lad Sessions | Travel Photography

There’s an old railroad bridge over the James River downstream from Glasgow, VA, that has been repurposed as a pedestrian link for the Appalachian Trail; it’s also a great inspiration to photographers. It’s called the Foot Bridge not because it’s a footbridge, though it is, but because it’s named after William T. Foot, who was […]

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Jan 03

#1334. In an Asian Night Market

By John Wilson | Art & Creativity

One of the joys of living in a multicultural city like Vancouver is that there’s no shortage of “new experiences” at your disposal. The Human Statue Having a large resident Asian community, for the last 20 summers we’ve enjoyed the delights of an “Asian Night Market”. Imagine a giant outdoor food fair (seating optional) full […]

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