When it comes to selecting a camera, you’ve got a few options ranging from a point a shoot style (mostly replaced by phones these days) all the way up to the top DSLR. Many may feel that to get a great shot a DSLR is required, but they can be expensive and bulky and often require you to carry them, and their accessories, in their own bag. I’ve found that if my camera doesn’t fit
You’ve made your plans and you’re ready to hit the road. Chances are your spirits are high and you are excited about the opporunity to see the world together. You may be setting out on a nomadic lifestyle, an overseas working holiday, or being moved for work. Regardless of the reason, travelling as a couple is a great opportunity to get to know eachother better and to share new and exciting experiences together. Unlike a
Weekend Citybreaks in Europe The concept of a weekend citybreak in Europe was an exciting and foreign one to us Aussies. At a stretch we may ‘long weekend’ in New Zealand or a Pacific Island, but it is near impossible to travel any further than Australia within the confines of a weekend. Due to conflicting holiday schedules (me, the teacher have 13 weeks a year, and the husband, a consultant having 4 weeks a year),
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Steph FigPope Steph FigPope is a US based travel and adventure photographer. She is currently on an adventure of her own having moved across the country to further pursue her photography. Today she is giving us her top tips to help you take the best travel photos possible.
Europe for one When it comes to exploring Europe, I’m not all that keen on the idea of driving around on my own on the wrong side of the road. I can’t even imagine how I’d tackle a roundabout without having a head on collision, so for me, its either public transport, flying or a tour. “Why don’t you just travel with a friend?” you say. Well, thing is, I am living in the UK
I’d always wanted to live in the UK. It was a strong yearning from a young age, and I felt that if I didn’t at least give it a go, then I’d always have a sense of disappointment. My mum is English, but other than that, I had never been to England myself. I only had stories from others and information I’d seen on TV or read to go on. In hindsight, it seems a