Photo Of The Day – Tent Camp In Front Of Cloud Shrouded Thamserku And Kangtega

Title: Tent Camp In Front Of Cloud Shrouded Thamserku And Kangtega Location: Dole, Nepal, Asia Description: A step up from roughing it but not quite glamping, these tents have a very commanding view in all directions from the town of Dole. More image from Dole are here. Like Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Kayaks And The Wilderness

Title: Kayaks And The Wilderness Location: Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska, USA, North America Description: Kayaks wait for guests to head out across the icy waters of Johns Hopkins Inlet in Glacier Bay National Park And Preserve in Alaska, USA. Camera Canon 1Ds Mark III Lens Canon 14mm Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Kayaks Waiting In Glacial Aquamarine Waters, Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska

Title: Kayaks Waiting In Glacial Aquamarine Waters, Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska Location: Alaska, USA, North America Description: Three kayaks are lined up for guests to paddle through the glacial waters of Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska, USA. Camera Canon 7D Lens Canon 28-300mm L Shutter Speed Continue Reading →

A Day With The Mission Ridge Ski Patrol

Approaching the top of the ski lift, I nervously fumble with my poles and camera bag, remembering just in time to keep my tips up. It is my first time on skis in 15 years and I am hoping the skills will come back to me, quickly. A Continue Reading →

Reader Question: Looking For Zoom Lens For Sports And Wildlife Less Than $2000.

Looking for more zoom, Korrine writes: Hi Peter, I have a Nikon D90 with an AF-S NIKKOR 70-300mm 1:4.5-5.6G lens that came with it.  I am interested in purchasing another lens, with more zoom, for wildlife and sports shots.  What do you recommend? I don’t want to spend Continue Reading →

A Must Do On Oahu: Learn To Surf

    “You’re going surfing, right?” The question in response to mentioning I was heading to Hawaii seemed so obvious I didn’t want to look silly for not thinking of it.  “Of course!” came my reply, enthusiastically, but with a little too much hesitation.  There was one big Continue Reading →