Day four of hiking the Inca Trail carries the expectations of the previous three, so it is a good thing the hike is short to reach Machu Picchu at long last!
I’m just getting back from a short trip down to my home state. Whether I travel from Maine to Morocco it never fails. I leave home and the ideas on how to stay away from home begin to kick in. One thing that tends to be a regular is the ways of staying safe, secure […]
Protection of the environment is sometimes touted when what is really being done is protecting businesses, be they local or foreign companies exploiting local resources. But our experience in Peru with Alpaca Expeditions was a pleasant surprise.
Sometimes topography and local weather can make a landscape feature just as difficult to see as a rare animal – like cloud shrouded volcanic peaks on small islands!
Day 3 on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is easy… if you don’t mind two hours descending stone steps and irate llamas guarding ruins!
There is something magical about seeing Maine’s largest lake captured under ice and snow in an IR photo!
Travel can open your eyes to be thankful for the ease you have at home… or repulsed by them.
This week’s featured photo is a balm for winter blues… not, not the beach, but somewhere else that with an overflowing abundance of plant life!
Eleven hours of hiking with an elevation gain of 5,125 feet and loss of 3,423 feet across only 10 miles of horizontal travel, welcome to day two of hiking the Inca Trail!
Some travel photos require big shoots, multiple angles, and lots of tweaking to get that one shot with few people and great light. And sometimes you end up at the right time and place…