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Jun 10th 2010 4:31PM I would have sworn this was a vintage photo, great job of keeping the BW mood of that era!
Apr 14th 2010 1:49PM We are planning on visiting England and Scotland this summer, and driving around the countryside. Hopefully the Magic Roundabout in Swindon won't be our undoing...
Mar 25th 2010 5:01PM under Delicate Arch at night with a cloudy sky...
Feb 2nd 2010 5:11PM I too disagree with the premise of leaving your camera behind, but that's because for me, leaving my camera would be like leaving my right arm, literally. That being said, I've seen it happen WAY too many time that tourists do poke their cameras into the face of a local, totally ruining the moment or emotion.
LEARN how to use your equipment blindfolded!
Once you're home, if you do want to show your friends & family a slideshow, EDIT your pics. Don't make them sit through 150 versions of the same thing, pick 1. You always have the rest for your own eyes...
Dec 17th 2009 1:24PM I love Gadling because many of the articles make me think of going places I'd never considered!
Dec 16th 2009 5:59PM I'm sure it will also depend on the "star rating" of the hotel, there are often times that we need to stay in lower end lodging because there is no other choice.
Dec 16th 2009 12:21PM I would totally film our 24 Hours of LeMons races with this! Helmet-cam view of 150 other crapcan race cars on the track at once!
Dec 15th 2009 2:21PM Can't go anywhere without my camera battery charger!
Dec 14th 2009 4:05PM Keep a travel scrapbook along the way, a glue stick will keep those ticket stubs and receipts from that great wine bar from getting lost!
Nov 13th 2009 2:28PM We've stayed in San Marino twice, and once you overlook the tacky tourist-trap souvenirs, the city on the mountaintop has a lot to offer. Make the trek out to the 3rd tower (unfortunately not open to the public) for awesome views along the trail/wall.