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8 07, 2012

Why the world’s largest, continuously running market left me unimpressed

By | July 8th, 2012|Baltimore, Photo Essay, Travel Tips|6 Comments

Take a guess: What city would you say boasts the world's largest, continuously running market?Kashgar? Marrakesh? Istanbul? Cairo? How about Mumbai? Although these are perfectly logical choices, they're not even [...]

16 05, 2012

Lima’s El Parque del Amor: A Photo Essay

By | May 16th, 2012|Lima, Peru, Photo Essay, Travel Tips|34 Comments

I'm a total sucker for a nice green space within any concrete jungle -- especially one as dense as Lima, Peru!Give me a patch of grass and a park bench [...]

24 04, 2012

Iglesias de Arequipa: A photo essay

By | April 24th, 2012|Arequipa, Peru, Photo Essay|12 Comments

There are many compelling reasons to visit Arequipa, Peru ... Juanita the Ice Maiden, Santa Catalina Monastery, the spicy cuisine, or a thrilling day trip to the Colca Canyon. But [...]

9 04, 2012

Deeper but not grander: A visit to Peru’s Colca Canyon

By | April 9th, 2012|Arequipa, Peru, Photo Essay, Travel Tips|8 Comments

Colca Canyon – twice as deep as the grand canyon – awes travelers with its multitude of terraces and its soaring condors I rubbed the sleep from my eyes [...]

4 04, 2012

3 reasons we’re looking forward to spring in New England: A photo essay

By | April 4th, 2012|Connecticut, Massachusetts, New England, Photo Essay|2 Comments

This has been the strangest winter I have experienced since moving to New England seven years ago. Our area only saw one major snow storm -- in October, while we [...]

27 03, 2012

7 super shots from around the world

By | March 27th, 2012|Croatia, New York City, Peru, Photo Essay, Spain, Uganda|30 Comments

If you had to sum up your most amazing travel experiences in just seven photos, could you do it? We're talking narrowing down years -- decades! -- of travel into [...]

15 02, 2012

Winter in the White Mountains: A photo essay

By | February 15th, 2012|New Hampshire, Photo Essay, Snow Shoeing, White Mountains|18 Comments

Spring, Summer, Winter, or Fall -- we could spend every weekend here. We absolutely love New Hampshire's White Mountains. This region is known for its rugged, rocky terrain and [...]

29 11, 2011

The dramatic landscape of Peru’s Altiplano

By | November 29th, 2011|Peru, Photo Essay, Travel Tips|9 Comments

 It was absolutely some of the most breath-taking scenery I had ever experienced. For nearly four hours, we traversed this beautiful region passing first through bustling, rural villages, then on [...]