Blog Entries tagged 'photography'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'photography'
- Bucketbath films presents...We haven't had the most reliable internet for the last month and a half. These videos are long overdue: starting with our most recent trek in Nepal and working through India, Cambodia and Laos.
Micah and I arrive back in Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Apr 16, 2012
- Two Thousand Miles in 22 Days: Beginnings and Central IdahoDo you know how good it feels to wake up to the sounds of birds chirping all around you? Do you know how luxurious it feels to be bathed in fresh air all night long after a year and a Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Apr 13, 2012
- The Fortunes of a VagabondI have just lived two weeks of my life I shall never forget. I apologize for the delay since my last entry, but life has been too full of late to take time to document it beyond photos and journal Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Apr 9, 2012
- School of HopeWhile traveling in Bangladesh, I had the opportunity to document a slum school located in the city's northern outskirts.
The School of Hope not only teaches 200 students a core curriculum, provides meals but also instills the importance of hygiene a Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Apr 9, 2012
- Ski Bumming 2012: Magnificent Mountain LandscapesThere are days when the mountain blooms into a magnificent masterpiece of winter landscape. After a week straight of strong winds and heavy cloud cover (which produced gorgeous blankets of light powder), I woke up to a beautiful bluebird day. Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Mar 3, 2012
- Guilin, Yangshuo, and SurroundsFor our one week vacation we flew from Xiamen to Guilin, about 800K. The area around Guilin, including the tourist city of Yangshuo, is famous for its green karst mountains, straight out of a Chinese landscape painting. Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Feb 27, 2012
- Ski Bumming 2012: Powder and LongboardsIf I never ski again, I will still die a happy man. I have had an amazing week, and I can sum it up in three words: powder and longboarding. Powder is every skiers preferred snow to ski on, we Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Feb 26, 2012
- Ski Bumming 2012: The Winter ScenesWinter.
I have been reunited with winter, and I must say I am enjoying myself. Winter has a beauty all its own.
I was raised in the wintry wilds of northern Michigan. Where I grew up, a long winter was Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Feb 18, 2012
- The First Week of Ski Bumming 2012February 5th 2012- Excerpt From My Journal
“First takes on the mountain.. My commute is two blocks.. I can walk everywhere from my house. On the mountain, I step into my skis, and snap i Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Feb 11, 2012
- Snap happy: a photographer's perspectiveThis is one for the photography enthusiasts – I make no apologies for the techno geekery which follows!
Several months of planning went into the trip and a large part of my time was spent deliberating over what camera/cameras to take. Posted by Chris Parsons in Parsons on Tour | Feb 10, 2012
- The Long Road to Idaho: The Montana SessionsSaturday February 4th: Elk, Hot Springs, Bozeman, and a Return to Idaho
I woke up before 6 a.m. It seemed excessively early, but I got up anyway. My plan was to head down to Yellowstone national park to take a soak Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Feb 5, 2012
- The Long Road to Idaho: The North Dakota SessionsFriday, February 3rd: North Dakota’s Frozen Splendor, American Road Trip Realities
Who knew North Dakota could be so beautiful? Well, in truth, I did, and this morning proved it once Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Feb 3, 2012
- The Long Journey to Idaho: The Minnesota SessionsWednesday February 1st - A Photo Shoot Every 100 Miles, Friends
While traveling south along Minnesota state highway 23, I noticed my odometer was nearing 210,000 miles. An idea popped into my head to make this trip more interesting, and I Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Feb 2, 2012
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- The Mexican Saga ContinuesA Morning at Puerto Escondido
I have the morning off. I know this, but I get up at 6 am anyway. I love mornings, especially when you don’t have to work. Why would I sleep in? I’m not in Mexico to Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jan 21, 2012
- Project: One Good Photograph A DayI like to think I take one good photograph a day. Now, I realize this idea is purely subjective. When I say this, I realize that not everyone would agree with me on what a good photograph would consist of, Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Jan 10, 2012
- What would you recommend for a enthusiast photographer ?Hi
I will be traveling in Chiapas State in Mexico. I am an enthusiast photographer and love to travel always with my camera, i realize that i don't travel for knowing new places, i travel so i can take great pictures Posted by Beluga in Photography gear and tips | Jan 9, 2012
- The Mysterious Adventures of VietnamI FINALLY pulled together our footage from Vietnam. It includes everything from kayaking in Halong Bay to motorbiking past rice fields, sledding down sand dunes and hanging out with reclining Buddhas.
Movies from Laos, Thailand, and Cambodia Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Jan 4, 2012
- 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