Tag: Travel Photography

Photo Flashback – Kyoto: Geisha and Hanami

April 29, 20132 Comments

One year ago we were beginning our tour of Japan, one of the more expensive, yet most rewarding destinations we have visited.  It was Spring and we were there at this time by choice hoping to understand why cherry blossom season is such an important time of year in the Japanese calendar.  We had made […]

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Spiritual India: Varanasi

January 9, 201313 Comments

Getting to Varanasi from Delhi The hardest part travelling to Varanasi was getting hold of the train tickets where we had spent a couple of hours queueing at the international ticket desk at Delhi station a few days previously.   This is one of the places that I was very excited to see, many people had told […]

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Sightseeing Around New Delhi

January 5, 20130 Comments

Sightseeing around New Delhi New Delhi has been our first big city in India (we had visited Chennai, but this was more of a stopover) and it has been a real surprise.  The first is that with the exception of key junctions and parts in the very centre of town, the traffic runs quite smoothly, especially on the […]

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Australia: Sydney Opera House and Bridge

January 5, 20120 Comments

There are some who believe that architecture isn’t important, that it is merely a straightforward academic function to design a building that serves the purpose of the activities that are going into it, across it or under it. Those people are fools and the two icons that stand proudly facing each other across Sydney Harbour […]

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Australia: The Great Ocean Road

December 18, 20113 Comments

Having got over our jet lag, our last day in Victoria was given over to mother nature and a trip to view what millions of years of evolution and erosion can do to a coastline. The Great Ocean Road runs through the south of Victoria, Australia, along the Bass Strait hugging the coastline from Torquay to Warrnambool […]

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