Tips for Seascape Photography in Ilha Grande, Brazil
Sep01

Tips for Seascape Photography in Ilha Grande, Brazil

Seascape photography might actually be my favourite type of landscape photography.  I love the challenge it presents.  Not only do you have to find a cool location, and shoot the right light, but you’re also fighting elements like rogue waves, slippery rocks, and wild weather conditions.  It’s what turns what otherwise might be seen as a “boring, wait for the light” style of photography into an adventure.  I...

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Which Side of Iguazu Falls is Better?
Aug19

Which Side of Iguazu Falls is Better?

Argentina vs. Brazil is the age old battle in South America.  They compete in regards to almost everything: who has the better barbecue, which football team is stronger, who has the most beautiful people, etc. etc.  And of, course, they compete over which side of Iguazu Falls is better.  However, the two are strangely amicable in regards to Iguazu Falls.  In fact, most Argentineans and Brazilians I talked to agree that you should...

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Best Places in Buenos Aires for Photography
Aug06

Best Places in Buenos Aires for Photography

Buenos Aires, to me, has been one of those perfect examples of why we should visit the same place at different points in our lives. To be honest, the first time I visited the city, I came away unimpressed. Then the second time I visited, I enjoyed the city. On my most recent visit, I loved the city and could actually see myself spending significant time there in the future. I had 5 full days in Buenos Aires, and spent 4 of those days...

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The Best Ways to Document your Road Trip
Jul30

The Best Ways to Document your Road Trip

In today’s fast-paced world, surrounded by an abundance of cheap airline flights, it would be easy to think the classic road trip was slowly dying out. After all, who wants to spend hours in a hot, stuffy car when you could be getting to your destination much quicker through other means of transportation? As it happens, the allure of the road trip still endures for millions of travellers all over the world, as they organise their...

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Wine and Bicycles in Mendoza, Argentina
Jul30

Wine and Bicycles in Mendoza, Argentina

When I first moved to South America some 6 years ago, I heard tourists talking about Mendoza, Argentina.  They talked about going on winery tours by bicycle.  Bikes and wine; and idea so terrible it might be genius.  And, it is.  This was now my second time to Mendoza.  The second time that I’ve made jumped on a bike and cycled around to the various wineries. My second time getting a little bit too drunk to properly control a...

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