Visiting Lemaire Channel in Antarctica.
Photos and short blog about Neko harbor in Antarctica.
Part Four On the second day out of the sea, we had two stops, Enterprise Island and Neko Harbour. The names are a bit misleading as we circled Enterprise Island in a Zocdica boat and landed on Neko Harbour. The cruise around Enterprise ISland included Iceberbs, a Seal Leopard, and snowshoers. The snowshoers were fromContinue reading “Visiting Antarctica”
Part 3 It’s Penguin time!! Land Ho!!! After four days of traveling, we make our first stop on a snowy Island with a Gentoo Penguin Colony and a Weddell Seal. I can’t describe the excitement of seeing that first penguin walking out of the ocean and onto land. My first steps out on the seventhContinue reading “Visting Antarctica”
Full day crossing of the Drake Passage in the Southern Ocean
Part One: Days 1 &2 A couple of things upfront. If you are taking a boat or maybe flying to Antarctica, you will end or start your journey in the same place, Ushuaia, Argentina, the southernmost city in the world. It’s a city of 90K people carved between the Martial Mountains and the cold watersContinue reading “Visting Antarctica”
Day 7, part 8 Off to Crater Lake. Traveling south, the park has an upside-down ‘p’ shape; it’s a straight road for a few miles, and then you reach the crater, becoming a loop road. Make sure to use the overlook parking stop, turn around, and view Mountain behind you. I was focusing to theContinue reading “Visting Oregon”
Photos and short blog about a day in my Oregon Vacation
Day 5, part 6 Stop me if you are seasoning a theme, but it’s another Sunrise and Sunset photo day. The light is great in the morning and evening; the afternoon has harsh lighting that can washout a photo. This is why photo tours go out twice daily and edit in the afternoon. The SunriseContinue reading “Visting Oregon”
Day 4, part 5 Day four starts early to set up the sunrise view of Seal Beach. To the left, you see tan sandy beaches and craggy volcanic rocks breaking the waves. To the right are tidal pools filled with sea creatures. Photo Tip: Keep a microfiber cloth handy when photographing near water to wipeContinue reading “Visting Oregon”
Part three After the falls and dam, it was back on the road to Hood River, to snap photos of two different bridges and then Mount Hood. If you are in Hood River and looking for some yummy food. Give Three Rivers Grill a try, had a yummy dinner looking out at Columbia River. TheContinue reading “Visiting Oregon”
Part Two. Always have backup sites to visit. The plan was to visit various waterfalls along the scenic highway, but no parking and 5-mile hikes ended that plan. This means the only waterfall photos I have are from the first stop, Latourell Falls. Photo Tip: Don’t focus on what is in front of you; lookContinue reading “Visiting Oregon”