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#FriFotos – Balls

 #FriFotos   Balls

#FriFotos is a weekly photo event where photographers post their photos, all related to a specific theme on Friday. It’s a fun way to share your photos. You can find everyone’s photos by searching for #FriFotos on twitter. Each Friday I’ll be participating in the event and this week’s theme is “Balls”.

So I thought I would find a few photos from the Animal Kingdom such as this weaver bird’s house in South Africa.

 #FriFotos   Balls

Or Impala dung outside my cabin in the bush.

 #FriFotos   Balls

Or a dung beetle rolling a ball of… dung!

The Story Behind the depixtions iphoneography Photo

 The Story Behind the depixtions iphoneography Photo

Hey Adventurers,

Ever since I got my new iphone 4s I’ve been addicted to iphoneography – the art of taking photographs with your iphone. I’ve downloaded over over 50 apps that create some way cool effects (let me know what your favorites are; I’d love to download some more).

Earlier last month, just for fun, I submitted one of my photos into a gallery show here in Orlando. I am delighted to share that my submission was accepted! Presented by depixtions, the gallery event will take place on Saturday, March 10th from 7 P.M. until 11 P.M. at the Orange Studio. If you’re in Orlando and can make it, let me know. I’d love to meet you!

Caption this Photo: Laid in Chicken, Alaska

I can never pass up the opportunity for a silly, photo-op and potty humor. So when you combine the two, it’s like putting cherries on top of a sundae! Such was the case in Chicken, Alaska. There’s not much in Chicken, aside from this small piece of tourist-y photo cut-out magic. So here’s the photo I took, but…

I’d love for you to add your own caption in the comments. “I got laid in Chicken, Alaska and…”

 Caption this Photo: Laid in Chicken, Alaska

I’ll see you out there…!

What’s On the Other Side of the “Welcome to Las Vegas Sign”

Hey Adventurers,

Everyone knows the “Las Vegas Welcome Sign“. It’s the famous sign located at the end of the strip. It seems like everyone that visits Vegas has to take their photo with this landmark. And every photo looks the same.

 Whats On the Other Side of the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign

So it got me wondering… what’s on the other side of the sign. No one ever takes a picture of that! So I thought I’d show you.

 Whats On the Other Side of the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign

How nice of Vegas to provide our departure with a gentle safety reminder! It’s unfortunate that no one ever takes a photo of this side of the sign. So I did and I’m sharing it with you.

Who Knew Bears Can Swim, Fly, and Teach Kids about The World?

 Who Knew Bears Can Swim, Fly, and Teach Kids about The World?
Photo Used with Permission from SATW

Hey Adventurers,

Today’s story is a guest post from the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) about a Teddy Bear who has accumulated quite a few airline miles of it’s own. It’s cute and fun, enjoy.

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The headline might be a bit unusual, but for the Traveling Teddies, it’s business as usual!  These aren’t real bears of course, but rather, stuffed animals that are the stars of the Traveling Teddy Bear Program sponsored by the Society of American Travel Writers.  The program is a collaboration between SATW members and elementary schools across the world.  Since 1994, SATW’s professional travel journalists, photographers, and publicists have taken Traveling Teddies with them as they cover the globe, sending postcards, souvenirs, and travel journals home to the young students.