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Jul 05

#873. Sailboats of Brittany

By pascaljappy | Travel Photography

  During travels to most countries, it’s often unavoidable for me to photograph cars. And particularly in London, where the bewildering variety of areas and models make it possible to shoot rare automobiles in their equally exotic decor, as if at a fashion show.     In Brittany, however, boats are much more compelling photographic […]

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May 27

#863. St John-of-the-Light

By philberphoto | Travel Photography

I knew there was something special as soon as I got there, on an evening after sundown. I immediately whipped out my phone to capture the moment. It was a brand new phone. No, not the Otus-Huawei brilliantly described by Adrian. An iPhone Xr. The first snaps looked technically gorgeous on the phone screen. Logical, […]

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May 10

#856. Charming Chantilly

By Dallas Thomas | Travel Photography

Where to start about this small town about 30 minutes from Paris by train. This is what Wikipedia has to say about this lovely medieval town. “Chantilly is a commune in the Oise department in the valley of the Nonette in the Hauts-de-France region of northern France. Surrounded by Chantilly Forest, the town of 11,000 […]

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May 06

#854. A Camera for Paris!

By Chris Stump | Opinion

We’re going to Paris!  Well, next year, and probably in the Fall…so it’s a ways off. But we’re planning. What fun. ‘Trip of a lifetime’ to be sure. However, this will not be a photo-safari a la Pascal and his pals. I will not be photographing when and where I want, but will instead be […]

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Apr 12

#843. What’s in my Bag? (Adam)

By Adam Bonn | Review

  Late to the party (but always nice to be invited) it’s high time I shared with you the contents of my bag!   The obvious choice for me was the Billingham Hadley small. To me this bag has everything I need. The ability to cram in more stuff that anything that size has any […]

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