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15 Best Travel Photo Blogs

We all love to travel but when it s impossible or we are just waiting for the next flight, reading other blogs and looking at incredible travel photography is the next best thing. And it most often makes us want to travel even more.

The blog is run by Gary Arndt, who s been traveling around the world since March 2007. The blog is updated almost daily with interesting information and photos. There’s a daily photo section which is also available for those who check out his Facebook page .

2. Stuck in customs

It s the #1 Travel Photography Blog on the Internet and the author, Trey Ratcliff, has been featured on BBC and other shows. His life is not centered on photography but you cannot spot that in his blog, which is updated daily with stunning photos. The same photos can be found on his Flickr account

The blog is run by Herbert Wong, who’s been traveling to few places, mainly independently. The impressive photographs are updated regularly and there’s also the possibility to select them based on countries and other categories.

The author, Xander, currently lives in Cape Town and covers the life in the Southern Hemisphere. The blog is updated regularly with interesting photos and information about travel, food and style.

Yegor Korzh is a freelance travel photographer based in Sydney who publishes articles and photographs from Australia and overseas. Besides the possibility to read the blog posts, there’s also a large collection of photo albums which can be browsed.

The site is much more than a simple blog. There are plenty of photo galleries to browse and if you are interested in photography, the tutorial provided are excellent (whether you have any experience photographing or you don’t).

The blog is run by Eunice, who keeps a record of her travel experiences. The award-winning blog is updated almost on a daily basis with interesting information and great photos.

The interesting blog is filled with valuable information and super photography, covering various aspects of life, from food to architecture and culture. The author is currently embarking on a long trip (so the blog is not updated regularly at this point). However, you should follow him on Twitter to get the latest photos and details.

9. From the Faraway, Nearby

The blog is run by TR Ryan, who’s got a background in journalism. He is a traveler and photographer, sharing a photographing journal celebrating his native Oklahoma and the places he visits. Updated regularly, the posts are filled with super photos and interesting information.

It’s a different kind of travel photography blog…the kind which posts photos from the community and encourages anyone who has taken great photos to submit them. It definitely has the feel of a photo collection rather than a blog, but it’s incredible.

As the name suggests, this blog is filled with beautiful photography and interesting information about places in the United States.

The blog is run by Neil Wade, who’s a freelance photographer living in Taipei, Taiwan. The blog comprises photography, tips, inspiration and insight to the good life in Taiwan. There is also a gallery which comprises stunning photos, organized by location.

The blog is run by Kari who writes it in a journal form, filled with photos and stories. Right now she discovers (and re-discovers) Senegal but she plans to travel on the African continent.

This is the only blog in French from the list but a photo speaks a thousand words so you really don’t need to speak the language to be fascinated by the photos. Julien Minard presets the photos he has taken during the last years in India.

15. Budapest daily photo

The blog is three years old and let me tell you something: you really get addicted looking at the photos and reading the information. If you have been to Budapest (Hungary) this blog will spark memories and make you want to go back; if you haven’t, it will make you consider Budapest as your next travel destination.

We have to admit to being partial to this one because it s part of the BootsnAll Travel Network. It s not a blog in the traditional sense, but since 2005 it has featured one excellent travel photo each day, submitted by its readers. That means if you have a great travel shot yourself you can submit it and share it with the community. Have a look and you ll notice that it always features high quality photos, and you ll also be able to see what s happening with the WhyGo destination guides as well.

Bonus: Photo collections albums

The blogs are excellent when you are looking for the story behind the photo and usually end up following the writers on a daily basis. But there are also wonderful photo collections out there which are just great when you get dull of your desktop picture.

Northern Europe is very picturesque, no matter the season, although you probably won’t want to freeze your behind visiting the area in the middle of winter. You can admire numerous photos taken in Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden and Norway).

You can find photos from all over the world and upload your own.

I don’t know about you, but I’m hooked on European cities. It started slowly when I fell in love with Budapest and Vienna and now I just cannot stop checking out photos from all over Europe. If you visited Europe before, the site will spark memories; if you haven’t been to Europe yet, the site will make you want to pack your bags.

I might be biased but few countries are more beautiful than Greece (really, are they?). You can see for yourself what I m talking about as the site is filled with beautiful photos taken in Greece.

A fantastic collection of member-submitted photographs from around the world, handily categorized into such topics as Creepy Cave Tours, Towel Animals, and World s Best Toilets.





15/11/2017

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We would like to welcome you to our before and after photo gallery. This gallery showcases the work of San Diego plastic surgeon, Dr. Tom Pousti.

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09/09/2017

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Le koala en bref.

  • On trouve généralement que le koala ressemble à un petit ours mais il fait partie de la famille des marsupiaux herbivores.
  • L’Australie est le seul pays au monde où vit le koala.
    Entre 2 000 et 8 000 koalas vivent dans les forêts.
  • Animal nocturne, il se nourrit essentiellement le soir et la nuit.
  • Gros dormeur, le koala dort environ 19 heures par jour.
  • Le koala possède un gros nez et de larges oreilles.

Origine de son nom

Le koala doit son nom à la langue aborigène et signifie “ne boit pas”. La raison est simple, son hydratation provient à 90% des feuilles d’eucalyptus dont il se nourrit exclusivement.

Ses caractéristiques

Le koala vit dans un seul endroit au monde, sur la côte est australienne. entre le Queensland et le Victoria.

Il est différent selon qu’il vit dans une région ou une autre, et seulement dans les endroits où se trouvent les arbres qui lui conviennent pour la qualité de sa nourriture.
L’eucalyptus est ainsi l’arbre où vit et dort le koala.

Le koala possède une fourrure très épaisse mais varie en fonction des régions. Dans le sud, elle est plus longue et plus touffue que dans le nord, ceci pour que le koala puisse rester bien au chaud pendant les hivers plus froids du sud.
Fut une époque le koala était une espèce en danger car on le tuait pour sa fourrure.

Le plus gros koala pèse plus de 10 kg et se trouve dans le Victoria, tandis que le plus petit vit dans le nord du Queensland et pèse seulement 5,5 kg.

Il vit dans la forêt, en solitaire (un seul koala par arbre) et sa population se retrouve ainsi complètement éparpillée. La forme en poire de son corps lui apporte la stabilité dont il a besoin pour s’assoir sur les arbres. D’ailleurs, sa fourrure située sous ses fesses est particulièrment épaisse pour former comme un coussin et ainsi assurer le confort de son assise sur les branches les plus dures. A cet endroit, sa fourrure est également tâchetée pour le rendre moins visible depuis le sol.

Lorsqu’on voit un koala, on le trouve si adorable qu’on a envie de le serrer et de le caresser. Mais attention, il est pourvu de dents et de griffes pointues !

Lorsqu’il fait très chaud, pour se rafraichir, il lèche et étend ses pattes alors qu’il se repose sur un arbre.
Le wombat est l’animal le plus proche du koala. Tous les deux possèdent une poche qui s’ouvre vers l’arrière.

Pendant la saison des amours, en été, les mâles marquent leur territoires en gémissant et en serrant le tronc d’un arbre tout en frottant sa poitrine contre celui-ci. Il laisse ainsi une odeur marquée par une glande située sur sa poitrine. Celle-ci est marron, et est le moyen de reconnaître un mâle d’une femelle. La femelle gémit également pendant cette période mais ne marque pas son territoire.
Le koala communique en émettant un bruit comme un ronflement puis qui se termine par le son d’un rot !

Le bébé koala et sa maman

“Cub” (le petit) est le nom que l’on donne au bébé koala.

A sa naissance, il ne voit pas et est minuscule. Après 1 mois, il mesure 1cm.
Il commence à quitter la poche de sa maman vers 5 mois, et il en sort définitivement vers 8 mois. Ensuite il s’accroche sur le dos et le ventre de sa mère, et enfonce sa tête dans la poche pour continuer à boire du lait. Il commence aussi à se nourrir de feuilles partiellement digérées par sa mère, et à grandir vite.
La maman est dotée de muscles résistants pour maîtriser sa poche et empêcher le bébé de tomber.
La femelle koala porte en général un bébé par an, mais lorsqu’elle est plus âgée cela s’espace tous les 2 ans.

Comment se nourrit-il ?

Pour trouver sa nourriture, le koala saute d’arbre en arbre et grimpe les branches avec ses griffes pour atteindre les feuilles. Il se nourrit exclusivement des feuilles d’eucalyptus et il en mange tant, qu’il a du coup la même odeur. Il en consomme entre 0,5 kg et 1 kg chaque nuit.

Le niveau de nutrition ainsi obtenu avec les feuilles d’eucalyptus est si faible que le koala a très peu d’énergie, ce qui explique qu’il passe le plus clair de son temps à dormir, environ 19h par jour !

Grâce à son large nez et à ses poils très sensibles, il sait différentier chaque odeur entre les feuilles. Ainsi il s’assure de manger les meilleures parmi sa sélection. Il possède des poches dans ses joues lui permettant de stocker sa nourriture pas encore mâchée, alors que dans le même temps il se déplace vers un endroit plus protégé.

Le koala a ses préférences quant aux arbres d’eucalyptus. Il existe 600 types différents, et le koala ne mangera que sur 40 à 50 variétés, dont 10 seulement sont ses favorites. Pour la plupart des animaux, les feuilles d’eucalyptus sont perçues comme un poison, mais le koala doté d’un métabolisme spécifique et très lent, retient pendant un long lapse de temps sa nourriture dans son appareil digestif, et optimise ainsi le niveau d’énergie dont il a besoin.

Sauf exception en période de sècheresse, le koala n’a pas besoin de boire grâce à l’hydratation qu’il retire des feuilles d’eucalyptus.

Le koala, une espèce menacée

Sa population a diminué de 90 % en 10 ans en Australie. Le koala n’est pas classifié en tant qu’espèce en voie de disparition malgré ces chiffres alarmants.

Les raisons de sa disparition sont les suivantes :

  • Destruction de son habitat naturel causé généralement par la construction de maisons, par l’exploitation des forêts, par l’agriculture et par le développement urbain.
  • Son espace de vie est très réduit et est concentré uniquement sur la côté est de l’Australie,
  • Le développement urbain a engendré la construction de routes où l’on voit malheureusement bon nombre de koalas tués.

Bien que le koala soit une espèce protégée par la loi, ni son habitat ni sa nourriture ne le sont.

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02/08/2017

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15 Best Travel Photo Blogs #cheapest #airline #flights

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15 Best Travel Photo Blogs

We all love to travel but when it s impossible or we are just waiting for the next flight, reading other blogs and looking at incredible travel photography is the next best thing. And it most often makes us want to travel even more.

The blog is run by Gary Arndt, who s been traveling around the world since March 2007. The blog is updated almost daily with interesting information and photos. There’s a daily photo section which is also available for those who check out his Facebook page .

2. Stuck in customs

It s the #1 Travel Photography Blog on the Internet and the author, Trey Ratcliff, has been featured on BBC and other shows. His life is not centered on photography but you cannot spot that in his blog, which is updated daily with stunning photos. The same photos can be found on his Flickr account

The blog is run by Herbert Wong, who’s been traveling to few places, mainly independently. The impressive photographs are updated regularly and there’s also the possibility to select them based on countries and other categories.

The author, Xander, currently lives in Cape Town and covers the life in the Southern Hemisphere. The blog is updated regularly with interesting photos and information about travel, food and style.

Yegor Korzh is a freelance travel photographer based in Sydney who publishes articles and photographs from Australia and overseas. Besides the possibility to read the blog posts, there’s also a large collection of photo albums which can be browsed.

The site is much more than a simple blog. There are plenty of photo galleries to browse and if you are interested in photography, the tutorial provided are excellent (whether you have any experience photographing or you don’t).

The blog is run by Eunice, who keeps a record of her travel experiences. The award-winning blog is updated almost on a daily basis with interesting information and great photos.

The interesting blog is filled with valuable information and super photography, covering various aspects of life, from food to architecture and culture. The author is currently embarking on a long trip (so the blog is not updated regularly at this point). However, you should follow him on Twitter to get the latest photos and details.

9. From the Faraway, Nearby

The blog is run by TR Ryan, who’s got a background in journalism. He is a traveler and photographer, sharing a photographing journal celebrating his native Oklahoma and the places he visits. Updated regularly, the posts are filled with super photos and interesting information.

It’s a different kind of travel photography blog…the kind which posts photos from the community and encourages anyone who has taken great photos to submit them. It definitely has the feel of a photo collection rather than a blog, but it’s incredible.

As the name suggests, this blog is filled with beautiful photography and interesting information about places in the United States.

The blog is run by Neil Wade, who’s a freelance photographer living in Taipei, Taiwan. The blog comprises photography, tips, inspiration and insight to the good life in Taiwan. There is also a gallery which comprises stunning photos, organized by location.

The blog is run by Kari who writes it in a journal form, filled with photos and stories. Right now she discovers (and re-discovers) Senegal but she plans to travel on the African continent.

This is the only blog in French from the list but a photo speaks a thousand words so you really don’t need to speak the language to be fascinated by the photos. Julien Minard presets the photos he has taken during the last years in India.

15. Budapest daily photo

The blog is three years old and let me tell you something: you really get addicted looking at the photos and reading the information. If you have been to Budapest (Hungary) this blog will spark memories and make you want to go back; if you haven’t, it will make you consider Budapest as your next travel destination.

We have to admit to being partial to this one because it s part of the BootsnAll Travel Network. It s not a blog in the traditional sense, but since 2005 it has featured one excellent travel photo each day, submitted by its readers. That means if you have a great travel shot yourself you can submit it and share it with the community. Have a look and you ll notice that it always features high quality photos, and you ll also be able to see what s happening with the WhyGo destination guides as well.

Bonus: Photo collections albums

The blogs are excellent when you are looking for the story behind the photo and usually end up following the writers on a daily basis. But there are also wonderful photo collections out there which are just great when you get dull of your desktop picture.

Northern Europe is very picturesque, no matter the season, although you probably won’t want to freeze your behind visiting the area in the middle of winter. You can admire numerous photos taken in Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden and Norway).

You can find photos from all over the world and upload your own.

I don’t know about you, but I’m hooked on European cities. It started slowly when I fell in love with Budapest and Vienna and now I just cannot stop checking out photos from all over Europe. If you visited Europe before, the site will spark memories; if you haven’t been to Europe yet, the site will make you want to pack your bags.

I might be biased but few countries are more beautiful than Greece (really, are they?). You can see for yourself what I m talking about as the site is filled with beautiful photos taken in Greece.

A fantastic collection of member-submitted photographs from around the world, handily categorized into such topics as Creepy Cave Tours, Towel Animals, and World s Best Toilets.





08/07/2017

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About Audley Travel

Who are Audley?

Audley offers tailor-made, individually planned itineraries for discerning travellers seeking authentic experiences around the world. We are different from other travel companies. Booking your tailor-made trip with Audley guarantees a journey that has been thoroughly planned by an expert with in-depth knowledge of the region, and we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and customer service. All our clients travel at their own pace rather than being made to fit in with a group schedule, and local travel arrangements are made using private guides and drivers wherever possible.

Where do we travel?

We arrange trips to most areas of the world:

  • Alaska
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  • Southeast Asia
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  • Africa
  • Indian subcontinent
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
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Only you know what your ideal trip should include. Whether you want to concentrate on culture or spend time wildlife watching, sample a city’s hustle and bustle or relax in a secluded beauty spot, Audley’s Specialists will help you discover the joy of a unique trip designed specifically for you.

Our reputation has developed through a deep knowledge and interest in the countries and regions we operate in. All of our staff have either lived in or travelled extensively through these regions.

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29/04/2017

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Travel Images Photography Tours has been synonymous with escorted small group photo tours and photo travel etcetera for well over two decades. Our objective is to get our clients to the best locations for nature, landscape, wildlife and macro photography at the ideal time for the light.

We specialize in domestic and international photo travel. and are a full time client first , ‘photography first’ photo tour entity with group sizes ranging in size from 2 to 8 travelers. Our larger groups are restricted to South America, Burma and customized photo tours for camera clubs and so on.

We thoughtfully design our photography tours for photographers of all abilities, and are not content unless you return home as a better photographer armed with a large collection of exceptional images.

27 years of experience leading multiple photo tours to each location we offer is reflected in our ability to get you directly to the best shots, and at the best time. It’s all about the light, and you won’t find us wandering about looking for good locations because we go straight to them.

Our itineraries and cost include lodging, land travel, meals as posted in the brochure, plus the photography guidance of John. There is never the need to follow a guide about in your own car.

Knowing that you need our photo tour information now we make everything available right here on the Travel Images Photography Tour website. Start below, and also peruse our concise Q + A’s here. This removes the need, and delay, of emailing for information, though we do of course welcome email questions at any time!

Our list of photo tours is extensive and rich in color, character and diversity, i.e. Europe, North America, South America, Australasia and more. Go here

All photography tours are led by Idaho-based British photographer John Baker. who has been Idaho-based since 1985. John keeps things light-hearted, and his photography advice is shared in a casual, practical manner. In other words Travel Images is a ‘user-friendly’ zone!

You’ll find that our clients are friendly folk with insights, stories, and experiences which contribute greatly to what John is able to offer. The destination is important of course, but the journey there with old and new friends is one to be savored and celebrated. We therefore believe wholeheartedly that you will love our photography tours.

If you’d like to receive photography assistance. and inspiration, while you re out shooting rather than sitting in a classroom while the light outside is great, we hope you ll consider a photography tour with photography first Travel Images Photography Tours. Thank you!

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25/04/2017

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