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!
There is something magical about seeing Maine’s largest lake captured under ice and snow in an IR photo!
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!
Sometimes the best moments in life come only after the most difficult of journeys: a photo that symbolizes the laughter and trouble found on the Trip of Trials
Photos capture memories. But every so often they can bridge a place or the people in them to capture an essence far beyond a moment in time.
Writing and traveling, be the trip vacation or work, can be an enjoyable part of the experience or a hassle, depending on equipment and mindset.
Barred cathedral doors tower over an old man. What keeps him out: A heavy soul or an unforgiving church or is what holds him outside on the threshold another matter entirely?
A glimpse of what it is like to live among the floating islands of Peru’s Lake Titikaka provided by four girls out in a family boat and one incredible photo by Adam.
HELLO!!! If you have been following us you would have noticed two things. The first thing is that this blog hasn’t seen much action for a while. The second is that a few things on the site kind of went defunct. I will take personal responsibility for both of those things and beg your forgiveness. […]
The peligros have moved in and you’ll never believe what they brought as a house warming gift! No Map Nomads is proud to present our first travel book!