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August 27th, 2014

Don’t you just want to scritch behind her ear? (via

March 28th, 2014

Some of these are lame (like the Moscow one - it shows nothing), but a lot of them are super cool. (via Amazing Birds Eye View Of 30 Different Cities Around The World)

December 6th, 2013
Instagram photos might seem ephemeral, but it turns out there’s a roaring business in ways to make them last. Revive happy travel memories with gifts from these three printing services. (All prices in U.S. dollars.)
February 7th, 2013

So want to do this workshop, but two in one year is excessive and I’m already booked for Sicily in March! (via Food and lifestyle photography workshop in the Basque Country, September 5-10, 2013 :: Cannelle et Vanille)

July 13th, 2012
The ultimate point here is to get away from simply pointing and shooting. Become a thinking, hard-working photographer. The more of yourself that you throw into making a better landscape, the more you will swell with pride upon seeing it hanging in your home.
June 22nd, 2012
First non-alcoholic post from Jamaica. Crazy long shutter speed but very cool effects. At the Jamaica Inn, Ocho Rios.

First non-alcoholic post from Jamaica. Crazy long shutter speed but very cool effects. At the Jamaica Inn, Ocho Rios.

February 14th, 2012

Inspiring Travel Photography: Anteros in Piccadilly Circus, London


In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, our inspiring travel photography today takes us to the Shaftesbury Memorial at Piccadilly Circus in London where Anteros, the god of requited love, can be seen with his bow and arrow.

Love shots like these - new views on commonly photographed things.

Reblogged from STYLEVISA


Travelling the world (and especially Toronto) with writer and editor Kat Tancock. Also drop by my silly cat Tumblr, Cats I have met while travelling.

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