Photos of Nha Trang Vietnam

Nha Trang

When we first arrived in Nha Trang, Vietnam we were not sure what to make of it. It seems to be a favorite vacation spot for Russians and the streets and beaches are packed with them. But after our initial shock of seeing lobster-red-sunburned Russians in nut-hugging Speedos everywhere, we decided we liked it. It reminded us a lot of Waikiki in Hawaii and we felt we could use some sun and sand and enjoy our time there. Everywhere we turned there was something new to explore. From the ancient temple tower of Po Nagar to the ultra-modern and touristy amusement park at Vinpearl, we always had something to keep us busy. In-between seeing the sights, we enjoyed lounging on the beach and playing in the warm South China Sea. I hope you enjoy the photos…

Photo Essay: Jerusalem

Western Wall (Wailing Wall)

Jerusalem is a city of contrasts. It’s old, it’s new, and everything in between. Some people are armed with Holy books teaching peace, while others are armed with fully automatic weapons. From flowers to barbwire, you never know what you may find. Below is a collection of photos that I took that define Jerusalem; at […]

The Day the Sun Did Not Rise Over Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat sunrise with a lighter shade of grey

There were so many clues, but I did not listen. Gut instincts are part of surviving world travel and you learn to listen to these instincts. It’s like the universe gives you little hints about future outcomes and if you listen you can actually avoid dangerous situations or find wonderful once in a lifetime experiences. […]

Photo Essay: Delphi Greece


The modern town of Delphi is set high up in the mountains overlooking a valley filled with ancient olive trees and the sea beyond. We had reserved a hotel in the center of the little mountain town to give us a chance to explore the ancient ruins without having to rush. Upon arriving I drove […]

Photo Essay: Castles of Translyvania

Peles Castle

Transylvania, Romania is a castle lovers dream come true!  During our stay in Brasov, Romania we spent much of our time exploring the castles around the Transylvania region.  From the beautiful “traditional” castle of Peles, to the UNESCO World Heritage fortified churches, to fortresses high on mountain tops; we were not disappointed.  The options to […]

What’s In My Camera Bag

Whats in my camera bag

Since I spent countless hours reading reviews and testing different lenses before we left to travel around the world, I thought I might share what camera I gear I decided to drag around the world with me. Camera Body: Nikon D7000 DSLR I looked long and hard for the perfect travel camera and came to conclusion […]