Exploring where the Bulls run! Pamplona, Spain

Running of the Bulls Monument - Pamplona, Spain

Running of the Bulls Monument – Pamplona, Spain

This is the second post in a series where we are exploring several famous cities in Northern Spain. In this post, we will explore the historical city of  Pamplona.

Traveling North West from Barcelona by train, we arrived in Pamplona, an ancient city in the Pyrenees foothills. Continue reading

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Exploring and Discovering Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain

I’m not sure what I like best, traveling, or travel photography. Travel helps us make a connection to people we meet along our journey, discovering new cultures, lifestyles, food, history, and religions. We take in all we see, smell, taste, hear, and feel. . . forever changing us. We return from our journey with a new perspective on the world in which we live. So for many of us travel is all about exploring, discovering, and growing as well as recreation and a break from the routine. However, capturing images of all we see, smell, taste, hear, and feel gives us such a unique opportunity to practice so many different genres of photography and we get to relive our travel experience all over again when we get home!

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A Day in the Life of the Space Coast

United Launch Alliance Atlas V - Port Canaveral, FL

United Launch Alliance Atlas V – Port Canaveral, FL

Inspired by A Day in the Life series of books co-created by Rick Smolan, a former Time, LIFE, and National Geographic photographer, and publisher David Elliot Cohen,  I set out to capture little snippets of life here on the Space Coast of Florida. How do you capture the essence of the lifestyle where we live and work in just a few photographs? I didn’t know exactly where to start, but I set a goal to capture the essence the Space Coast in just 30 days.    Continue reading

Choosing your subject for a remarkable photograph.

Who is it? - Eguisheim, France

Who is it? – Eguisheim, France

Why do we shoot what we shoot?  Our personal preferences and interests most likely defines what images we capture. We probably saw something that caught our eye and our interest. But do our viewers have the same interest? Maybe, maybe not. We can’t please everyone, but our goal for remarkable photographs is for a majority of our viewers to find our images interesting to look at. So how do we pick a subject that pleases most of our viewers?    Continue reading

Reflecting on 2015 – My Top Ten of the year.

Archie Smith's Wholesale Fish House Est. 1932 - Sebastian, FL

Archie Smith’s Wholesale Fish House Est. 1932 – Sebastian, FL

2015 was a good year for new experiences, new friendships, new challenges, and photography. Now it’s time to look to the new year for all that it may bring. I’ve been told that the time honored tradition of new year resolutions are best set by first reflecting on where we have been. I don’t know about you but I can’t remember what I did last month much less last year!     Continue reading

Exploring Madeline Island – A unique travel destination

Big Bay Town Park - Madeline Island, WI

Big Bay Town Park – Madeline Island, WI

Travel offers so many opportunities to enrich your life. Being open to the opportunities to experience the culture, eat the food, and talk to people can change the way you see the world. The rewards come from acting like a native. Stay off the beaten tourist paths and look for opportunities to talk to people and experience the lifestyle.  Of course along the way we can fuel our passion for photography by capturing the landscapes, culture, food, and people.    Continue reading