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I recently completed a 18 day trip to Namibia with a short layover in Doha, Qatar.  Namibia was another of those “bucket list” trips that was in the top five places I wanted to visit and photograph.  The actual trip involved driving approximately 1,600 miles (2,600 kilometers) starting in Windhoek.  I explored Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, the Skeleton Coast, the sand dunes outside Luderitz, Walvis Bay - home of one of the world’s best surfing breaks (Donkey Bay but it was flat) and the Zeila shipwreck. A great trip!


At Everest Base Camp - Tibet


Skeleton Coast - Namibia




Vermont in the Fall

American Road Signs

Namibia - Tropic of Capricorn  (Wikipedia)






Luftgekühlt V

Austria and Czech Republic






Heartland of America

Rennsport VI - Laguna Seca, CA

Tibet and China - at Everest Base Camp 17,056 Feet




Panorama of Lemaire Channel - Antarctica.  Check out more of our panorama images here.

Marfa, Texas

Cartagena, Colombia




About Stephen (Photo - Punakha, Bhutan)

Vintage New York, c. 1968-1969





Junk Yard Cars

Wildflowers - Borrego Springs, California

Long Beach Grand Prix 2017




In a taste test, cats prefer the taste of Nikons 4 to 1 over Canons

Deep South - Mississippi & Alabama

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I finally checked another box on my bucket list of places to visit - Chernobyl.  I’ve been talking about visiting Ukraine (the home of my grandfather on my father’s side), and I finally did it.  I flew from Los Angeles to London, overnighted in London due to connections to Kiev, and the next day had a 3½ hour flight to Kiev.  Now the first part of my journey was completed.  After spending two nights in Kiev (a big city with a population of approximately 3,000,000) it was finally off to Chernobyl.  More photos here.

Skeleton-Coast-on-Wall-121672 Skeleton Coast - Namibia

sofa-2-drop-shadow-9-inch Vienna, Austria