Waaay back in 2013 I went to New Zealand for a week to explore. Predictably I ended up falling in love with the place and really can’t wait to go back. My trip in 2013 was magical and wonderful in many ways so I thought I’d share five of my favorite pictures I took during that epic trip.
So at this point I think it’s ok for me to say that I’m fairly well-known for my photography. Ok maybe not well-known, but really really famous. Just kidding. Unless you think my photography is the best ever, in which case I’ll point out that I do sell prints…
ANYWAY, I wanted to give you a quick run-through of the gear I use to assemble these images. I travel with a pretty hefty photography kit and spend quite a bit of time putting together pictures in things like Lightroom and Photoshop. Let’s check out the gear I use.
This week I’ve been sharing little posts with my five favorite pictures from certain areas. Today we conclude that little post series with: my five favorite pictures from the USA. I’m an American and I love my country, over the past few years as I’ve begun to take photography more and more seriously I’ve enjoyed looking at my country from that perspective. America isn’t perfect by any stretch but it has some truly world-class sites, so let’s get to it!
I think everyone’s heard about Singapore Airlines Suites Class. Launched almost 10 years ago with Singapore’s launch of the Airbus A380, Suites Class has long been the gold standard of airplane seats. When you combine an amazing seat with the legendary service of Singapore Airlines, it’s a pretty special combo. I’ve been lucky enough to fly in Suites Class twice, in 2013 and 2014. Since so many of you enjoyed reading my post earlier this week about Etihad, Qatar, and Cathay Pacific First Class I thought I’d share what it’s like to fly up front in one of the most exclusive cabins in the world.
The American Airlines Twitter team provides some of the best customer service in the industry. I took a look behind the scenes to figure out how they do it.
Hello everyone, hopefully you enjoyed my friend Lyle’s first post about some things I missed on my trip to Machu Picchu. Here’s part II, and be sure to check out Lyle’s B&B if you’re ever in the area! Take it away Lyle!
I’m a semi-proud resident of Dallas, in that there’s a lot that annoys me about this town but, after living here for 11 years, I guess I’m from here. So let’s talk about my favorite places in Dallas. This is in no way a comprehensive guidebook about Dallas, moreso just to tell you the places I find myself at over and over again, should you visit sometime soon.
Andy takes a look back at a wonderful trip to the very remote Easter Island
I love Europe, it’s such a fantastic blend of the old and the new. Oddly enough I find it’s typically cheaper to fly to Asia, so I’ve spent more of my time there recently, but Europe (specifically Austria and Slovenia) has a very special place in my heart. I wanted to share some of my favorite pictures from Europe with you!
I love Asia. It just feels so…foreign. I’ve been lucky enough to visit Asia quite a few times this year and even more last year, so I’ve managed to compile some (my opinion) really good pictures, so let’s take a look!