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Oct 18

#1148. 2024 Get together in Texas ?

By pascaljappy | News

A total solar eclipse is a sight you never forget. Along with good mirages and auroras, it is one of the visual wonders of the natural world well worth crossing oceans for. The next “convenient” one will sweep through Mexico, Texas and upwards towards the North East of the United States. If health, economics, medieval […]

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Sep 20

#1039. On the Burr Trail

By Nancee Rostad | Travel Photography

The Grand Escalante National Monument, a little known and under-visited natural area in southern Utah, is my favorite place to photograph red rock formations. At an impressive 2,938 square miles, the monument has room to roam, as well as to truly experience the natural wonders of the area, without the crowds.   Grand Escalante was […]

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Sep 03

#1136. Revoir ma Normandie

By Pascal Ollier | Travel Photography

One of the many consequences of the ‘rona on travel is that airlines had to completely revisit their routes. Many of them were cancelled, momentarily or long term. To reach my destination during recent travels, ie the Brittany coast of France, taking the car thus became the favoured option, allowing for pit stops on the […]

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Aug 18

#1133. More London Photography. Fluid Architecture?

By pascaljappy | Opinion

I’ve been photographing London for as long as I’ve had access to a camera. It’s always fascinated me for its shape-shifting architectural abilities. Are those threatening its appeal, now, though?   To me, the spectrum of “architectural” travel photography covers at least three stages, each equally interesting but attracting different types of creators and spectators […]

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Aug 12

#1132. Coming back to life

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

If I wasn’t so dedicated to maintaining acquaintances and friends, I might have forgotten DearSusan over the last year or so. Still COVID-marooned in the UK, I have a slightly different world view to many, but still suspect that the pandemic had wrought damage we haven’t yet contemplated, much of it deeply psychological. Behaviour patterns […]

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