Blog Entries tagged 'photography'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'photography'
- Five Photographs of Fort Point
Fort Point National Historic Park is directly beneath the south side of the Golden Gate Bridge. The fort once protected the entrance to the bay with a military force of 24 cannons. It's odd to t Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Dec 19, 2011
- A Morning In the Davis MountainsA Morning Exploration
I was driving around the southern end of the Davis Mountains a little southwest of Ft. Davis, Texas when a gigantic collection of boulders caught my eye. I love boulders. I especially love enormous boulders that have been Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Dec 6, 2011
- Big Bend CountryI rambled on down to Big Bend Country in southwest Texas. Big Bend Country is so named after the big bend that occurs in the Rio Grande, that famous, well storied muddy crossing that separates the United States and Mexico. Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 25, 2011
- Picturing West Texas From North To South: A Gallery
This week is a gallery of images from the top of Texas (the highest elevation of Guadalupe Peak), down to the Big Bend country way down south. I’ve covered a lot of ground in the last week and Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 17, 2011
- A Trek Into the Guadalupe Mountains Wilderness
The rugged Guadalupe Mountains of west Texas are located about one hundred miles northeast of El Paso, and sixty miles south of Carlsbad, New Mexico. They are pretty much smack in the Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 14, 2011
- Deep Underground: The Hueco Tanks and Carlsbad Caverns“One night a wild young cowboy came in, wild as the west Texas wind.” Marty Robbins
I understand these lyrics a lot better now. I have a full appreciation of the wind that whips the grassland and mountains of west Texas. Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 7, 2011
- Texas Tea: Introduction to West TexasI'm on the road again, this time in West Texas to spend three weeks exploring the parks of the region. For once, I don't have a lot of time to get long winded in my entries, and I'm going to Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 3, 2011
- Photos from FlorenceFlorence is in Italy, and people go there to ... eat Eggs Florentine, and ... err, um, look at Florins. And, see stuff... Ah, I don't know.
I went down to Florence for a long weekend because Posted by GregW in Greg Wesson's Esoteric Globe | Oct 30, 2011
- Sleep Deprived In PortlandIt’s October 23rd, 2011, and I have been awake for 23 hours straight. The fun began seven hours ago when I helped dock the ship to the floating dock down in River Front Place near downtown Portland. After docking, I Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 24, 2011
- A Week of Photography of the River LandsI don't have much to say this week. It's been a good week on the river, and I've been making the best of my time here. Of late I've been viewing the river scenes through the lens of my new Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 23, 2011
- The Soul of a River
There is something calming about a river. The scenes of a river are a soothing balm to an unsettled spirit. When the trivial petty little differences of life start to get to you and change y Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 16, 2011
- Eastern Europe
Travelled to Eastern Europe... arriving from Seoul (South Korea), then travelled to/through; Istanbul (Turkey), Veliko Taravo (Bulgaria), Posted by joffre in Itinerant Traveller | Oct 10, 2011
- Our first real adventureWell I'm still trying to figure out how to create and edit this travel blog, but overall it looks like it has potential. I'm not much on writing at the moment so I'm going to create entries just so I Posted by Peter_Dk in The Inca Trail | Oct 8, 2011
- Anatomy of a Lock TossEach week, I travel up and down the Columbia and Snake rivers from Portland, Oregon to Clarkston, Washington. Along the way, I pass through seven different lock and dam systems that the US Corp of Engineers has constructed for hydro Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 5, 2011
- Doors and Windows: Stunning Photography to Transport YouEvery two months, we hold a photo competition for our members. The community shortlists the top photos and votes for their favourites. The photos below are the best photos from the [[http://www.travellerspoint.com/guide/About:Photo_Competitions/Doors_and_ Posted by katekendall in The Travellerspoint Blog | Oct 5, 2011
- The Wonders of Palouse Falls, WashingtonI’m back in the lower forty-eight once again, working on the boat that sails up and down the Columbia, Willamette, Snake, and Palouse Rivers. It’s a good gig. It is fun to travel a river that requires a lot of Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Sep 24, 2011
- British Columbia by WaterThese are my final observations of Alaska for the year.
One: The Misty Fjords weren’t as misty as I expected them to be. To be sure, the morning was very misty, and very beautiful beca Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Sep 16, 2011
- An Evening With Alaskan WhalesOn a placid evening in the midst of the most southern of the southeast islands of Alaska, a group of humpback whales came together for one of the most memorable whale shows I will ever see. They were working together Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Sep 13, 2011
- The Best Day in Glacier Bay National Park
The day began innocently enough. When I stepped into the daylight, my first sight was that of the Margerie glacier. It was a good first look at the world, its jagged ice face holding fast in the Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Sep 10, 2011
- This is meant to be a roadtrip.. All we're doing is driving!
Party of Six: Matt, Gregg, Karen, Tanya, Me and Ryan
Well we fell at the first hurdle of our road trip, surviving the epic 6 hour bus drive over potholes, invisible speed humps and do Posted by VascoDiveMaster in Vasco's Dive Master Life | Sep 4, 2011
- The Dusty Vagabond's 100th Entry ExtravaganzaThis entry is somewhat special to me, as it marks one hundred small chapters I have had the pleasure of presenting to you. My blog has surprised me. I never expected it to be as fun as it is to Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Sep 2, 2011
- The Assault of Mt. MansfieldI began my assault of Mt. Mansfield on a Friday at 8:37 a.m. The apex of Mt. Mansfield coincidently is the highest elevation one can reach in the state of Vermont. It was a worthy venture and a worthy mountain Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Aug 24, 2011
- Cuyahoga Valley National ParkI was looking at a map of northeast Ohio, and saw to my surprise that there was a national park not too far away from where I am hanging out this week. Who knew Ohio had a national park? I Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Aug 14, 2011
- Fresh MeatSo Vasco’s has now inherited Mark; the awesome Aussie guy who’s following in my footsteps to become a dive master. He’s going to finish off his Rescue Diver course later today after a quick practice run yesterday, diving the Barges Posted by VascoDiveMaster in Vasco's Dive Master Life | Aug 11, 2011
- Eating Habits of Whales and BearsI’m wrapping up my last week here in Alaska until September. Yep, it’s time for a month off, and let me tell you I’m quite excited about my vacation. Before I go, it seems like Alaska is giving me a Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Aug 6, 2011