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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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Oct 23

#1317. Luberon reloaded

By philberphoto | Travel Photography

Two friends, a work meeting and the Luberon.   Luberon ticks all the boxes of overtourism, of being one of these exquisite locations blighted by hordes of visitors who think that tourism amounts to getting in position for quick Instagram-destined snaps. Point of entry is the legendary city of Avignon, once residence to popes, and […]

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Oct 02

#1314. The Leaky Abstract

By pascaljappy | Art & Creativity

Nature isn’t all about green leaves and sandy beaches 😉   One of the beauties of running a blog such as DS is the possibility of regularly viewing the work of creative photographers (you know who you are 😉 ). This obviously percolates through my mind and makes me more aware of scenes that I […]

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May 15

#1287. Kiwi Glimpses, Part I

By Lad Sessions | Travel Photography

My wife and I sought to escape winter weather this year by heading south—to the Southern Hemisphere in fact. Conveniently, our daughter lives in Wellington, New Zealand. So we flew cross-country and then cross-Pacific to reside from mid-January to mid-March in Middle Earth. We’ve been to New Zealand many times in the past, but this […]

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