Capture the Colour Photo Contest

As part of the Capture the Colour photography competition, I have put together a post showcasing five of my favorite travel photographs which best capture the color of five categories: red, blue, green, yellow and white.

Picture Perfect Petra

Imagining a 312 BC ancient city carved out of a sandstone rock face sounds pretty unbelievable. And unbelievable is just what it was... Here's a look at picture perfect Petra through my eyes!

My First Burning Man Experience

Over 65,000 people gather in Black Rock Desert for Burning Man. It's a temporary metropolis dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance.

The Paralympic Opening Ceremonies

My excitement for the games was indescribable. Never had I thought that I would be at any Olympic or Paralympic event. Ever. And yet here I was, ticket in hand, entering the Opening Ceremonies in London.

Diving in Bocas del Toro

My newfound obsession with diving encouraged me to get PADI Open Water Diver certified while in Panama. I put together a photographic journey through the underwater world of Bocas del Toro.

2012: A Year of Travel in Review

2012 has truly been a dream and I am constantly counting my blessings. I'm excited to announce my travel plans for 2013 very soon, but first, I felt that a little recap of this year was necessary.

Meet Toro: A Very Special Souvenir

A creative idea to share your travel experience with someone of any age. I traveled all over Europe with a little stuffed bull and made a picture book for my two year old niece. It's a simple and very special gift for any loved one.

The World Cup for Kiteboarding

While visiting the gorgeous island of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands I was lucky enough to go to the 2012 World Cup for Kiteboarding and Windsurfing.

Capture the Colour

The difficulty with color is to go beyond the fact that it’s color – to have it be not just a colorful picture but really be a picture about something.

A Photo Tour of Salamanca, Spain

I was overwhelmed by the sights, smells and people and delighted in their unfamiliar warmth. I'll never forget the beauty of this city or the humble and friendly people that made Salamanca feel like home.

Visiting the Temples of Angkor in Two Days

Overall, I think most people would get enough out of a two day tour of the temples of Angkor. Our days were exciting and you see plenty of temples!