A golden Buddha at Doi Suthep Temple near Chang Mai in northern Thailand
Paddling to the Arctic Circle on the Yukon River, Yukon & Alaska
Tibetan Prayer Flags blow in the wind on Karo La Pass (~16,000 ft above sea level)
The Tibetan Plateau and the Himalaya Mountains.
Door handles to a Buddhist Monastery in Karakoram, Mongolia
A Tuareg tribesman in Timbuktu, Mali framed against the Saharan Sky
Houses and Granaries in the Dogon Country of Mali
Dogon Funeral Dancers, Dogon Country, Mali
The mud mosque of Djenne in Mali is the largest mud structure in the world.
The silhouette of Djenne's Mud Mosque in Mali
A dhow off the coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania
The head of the Ethiopian Church walks away from a religious fire at a ceremony in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
A silhouette of a Thomson's Gazelle in the Masai Mara, Serengeti, Tanzania
At a market near Lalibela, Ethiopia
The Simien Mountains and Canyon in northern Ethiopia. The Canyon is the second largest after the Grand Canyon in the USA.
In northern Argentina in higher altitudes near the borders of Bolivia and Chile
On the North Coast Trail on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
Travel Photography, North Coast Trail, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
Here’s a general collection of travel photography from around the world. I’ve been shooting for over 30 years now and have travelled to about 75 countries. It’s been a fun ride and I’ve enjoyed it immensely. Naturally, there have been a few low moments such as numerous near-death experiences. But fortunately, I’m still here to talk about it. As a guide I traveled extensively with camera-in-hand throughout Asia, Latin American and Africa. The places that I’ve lugged camera gear. It’s tiring just thinking about it.
I am constantly developing my travel images and update the general travel photography gallery on a regular basis so please check back again to see what’s new.
Most of my images are for sale so if you see something that speaks to your heart, please send me an email. I print on the highest quality archival paper so the prints will last for a long time if they are matted properly behind glass.
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