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Tag Archives: hot air balloon
In my previous review of the Think Tank Speed Demon Convertible camera bag here I stated just how well it fit my needs for hiking through Arcadia National Park, what the bag would hold and what equipment I carried in … Continue reading
As soon as I saw what the challenge was I knew immediately what I was going to post. The view from a free floating hot air balloon is both exhilarating and frightening…but I’d happily do it again! In this photo … Continue reading
My friend Indah over at Indahs travel story & photography has invited me to participate in an interesting photo challenge…”Travel Photo Blogging Challenge – Explore The Elements. The challenge asks bloggers to publish photographs they have taken which best represent … Continue reading
One of the most exciting things I’ve ever done was this hot air balloon ride – untethered! I was great as we lifted off but when I saw that small private jet go by in the distance and we were … Continue reading
F 22 – 1/40 – ISO 320 – 35mm – Canon 5D III
Before you think all I do is photograph flowers (and I’ve got more sets of them that will be featured – lol ) I want to share one of my favorite places to visit. I’ve loved visiting Arizona ever since … Continue reading
I’m rather speechless when I look at this capture. God is one fantastic landscaper. This was taken during our hot air balloon ride over parts of Phoenix, Arizona. More coming… F 10 – 1/160 – ISO 100 – 35mm – … Continue reading
To be continued…hehehe.