Have camera, will travel

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Wanderlust. Noun. A strong longing for or impulse toward wandering. If this were an ailment, I’d be diagnosed with it. It’s mid-summer, so the days in San Francisco flip flop between sunny, and foggy and cold. I find myself daydreaming about future vacations and, now that Blurb is in my life, the locations must lend themselves to photography and a book.

If you’re fortunate enough to have a trip planned for the near future, here’s a BLORGE.com article on preparing for photographic travel. Jay Hargett takes this topic one step further with his very thorough photography travel tips on Photo.net. For those of you who are ready to take your travel photography to the next level, TPN is a site devoted to serious travel photographers. And, should you find yourself with a few minutes to spare and a desire to nurse your own wanderlust, Princeton University’s Department of Art and Archaeology has an online exhibit showcasing nineteenth century travel photographs.

Make us jealous. Tell us about your next trip and the book it’s going to inspire.

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  1. My next major trip is to be the journey by car up to Scotland with my fiancée from our home in Switzerland over the end of September and the first two weeks of October. A major trip in usual terms, as it’s two-thirds of the way across Europe – but made even more so by the fact that we’ll be married there a few days after we arrive! We’ll be posting photos continually to Flickr “from the road” to keep people abreast with our travels, and there will naturally be a Blurb book at the end of the three week extravaganza, taking in Switzerland, France, England, Wales, Scotland. Belgium, Holland, Germany and Austria. Keep an eye on my Flickr photostream from 29th September to see how we’re getting on! http://www.flickr.com/photos/mhowells

      August 3, 2007 – 12:39 am   Permalink
  2. Congratulations on your upcoming wedding, Mark! We’ll definitely check out the photos on Flickr.

    Travel safe,

      August 3, 2007 – 9:36 am   Permalink
  3. great post

      August 3, 2007 – 3:18 pm   Permalink
  4. Thanks Allison!

      August 6, 2007 – 12:39 am   Permalink
  5. Nice post! You have said it very well. Keep going.

      August 15, 2007 – 12:33 am   Permalink

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