5 Awesome Things to Photograph in Osaka

Disclosure: This post was created in collaboration with InterContinental Hotels Group. As always, all experiences and opinions are my own. I've often written that Paris has my heart. But I bet you didn't know that Japan has my soul. My husband often jokes that I was Asian in another life, and my love of Japanese culture and food certainly serves as a testament to that. Throughout my … [Read more...]

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It was a total fluke that we found the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. We were Googling "RV parks in San Diego" and The Springs at Borrego RV Resort, where we ended up staying, came up. Which led us to Anza-Borrego.  Given that it is the largest park in the continuous 48 states (there must be something bigger in Alaska...) I find it odd that so many people (I checked) have never heard of … [Read more...]

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New York in Black and White

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Kyoto in Black and White

Similar to the Paris in HDR post I did last September, I thought I would share a series of Kyoto photos Mr. Misadventures and I took in black and white, because sometimes an image just begs to be presented that way! All these photos are from various temples we visited during our week-long stay.  There are 2000 temples and shrines, too many to see in a lifetime, but so worth … [Read more...]

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San Francisco by Night Part 2

Thank you for checking this page out! I have consolidated this content into a single post about San Francisco photos at night. You can find it here. [Photo by Sel & Poivre Photography]   Save … [Read more...]

San Francisco by Night – Great Spots to Photograph the City

San Francisco is a beautiful city. San Francisco by night, even more so. It has amazing views with lots of things to capture.  I am constantly seeking new ways to see the places I visit often and that includes San Francisco. And while I sometimes struggle to find ways to express this difference, Mr. Misadventures seems to have a knack for it when it comes to photos. Seeking out interesting ways … [Read more...]

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