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Bushido
Travel Stories

Bushido

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp)

I was a 16 years old high school student, busy in warm hearted camaraderie and doing much photography, inevitably responding to challenges for street fist fighting, obtaining good grades just for the self-pride of it and scheming how to get the girl I deeply, madly, irretrievably loved, to kiss me. Read more...

Still Learning After 30 Years
Travel Stories

Still Learning After 30 Years

Paul Perton (paulperton)

I was about seventeen when I first found myself fascinated by the ability to capture images on film with a camera.Soon, people, places and many other things became subjects for my photographic my canvases. Those early attempts at art are long gone — discarded as being too amateurish. Read more...

Greenland - Traveling with my Nikon DSLR
Travel Stories

Greenland - Traveling with my Nikon DSLR

Bjorn Olin (essingen)

I spent seven long years of my life commuting between Sweden and America. I frequently passed through Copenhagen, and during one layover at this ultra-modern airport, I spotted an old, haggard jet on a deserted patch of runway, far away from the glamor and comfort of my terminal. It was the Air Greenland flagship. At this moment, the idea of a Greenland trip was born. Read more...

Adventures in the Sierra Madre
Travel Stories

Adventures in the Sierra Madre

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp)

"Las Ventanas" is a gigantic valley which under the misname of 'ranch' is sold periodically and with precise regularity, every 7 years: when abundant water comes out from its very deep well. Unfortunately in a finite volume and for a time only long enough to dream a little. One of those occasions was our turn to be the enthusiastic buyers. Read more...

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