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Re: Traveling in the USA in the 1930s and 1940s

PortMoresby ·
Thanks so much, DrF, for sharing these with us. I especially love the ones of San Francisco in 1940, where I can picture my teenaged father walking. And of Tucson, my own stomping grounds for many years. So many familiar places. Just fantastic.
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Re: Traveling in the USA in the 1930s and 1940s

PHeymont ·
Wow! I missed this the first time around...and while the scenics are great, it is the touching close-ups and groups of "ordinary" people that are truly outstanding; they remind me of the work of Louis Hine and Beatrice Abbott...but in color. Speaking of color...I'm also reminded of how much better early Kodachrome was at reds than at blues and greens...
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Re: National Geographic's National Photo Contest

DrFumblefinger ·
The winners to this contest have been announced. Some spectacular images in this group -- well worth a look. http://travel.nationalgeograph...allery/winners-all/1
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Re: National Geographic's National Photo Contest

PortMoresby ·
Link to the contest page: http://travel.nationalgeograph.../photo-contest-2015/
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National Geographic's National Photo Contest

DrFumblefinger ·
National Geographic has the best travel photography anywhere and they work really hard to keep their standards very high.  I've been to a talk given by Nat Geo photographers and learned that sometimes they're on assignment for MONTHS, just to get...
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National Geographic Most Beautiful Travel photos of 2017

DrFumblefinger ·
Photography, at least for me, is an intricate part of the travel experience. We pride ourselves on publishing the work of some very talented photographers on this website, but need to give a hat tip to National Geographic's selection of their best travel photos of 2017, including the one attached (courtesy NatGeo). There's 29 photos arranged in a slideshow that are worth your time. Click on this link to see more.
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Traveling in the USA in the 1930s and 1940s

DrFumblefinger ·
A friend recently sent me a link to a great collection of color travel photos from the 1930s and the 1940s.  Photos are derived from the private kodachrome collection of Charles W Cushman.     It's a fascinating collection of photos!...
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National Geographic's Best Travel Photos of 2015

DrFumblefinger ·
National Geographic offers some of the best travel images you'll find anywhere, and this assorted collection of images from 2015 are amazing!  Well worth your time to browse through some of them. Here's the link for that.
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How To Take Professional Travel Pictures

adonis_abril ·
The cornerstone of good photography is the ability to take a photo that showcases your subject successfully. In order to do this, you must always be on the lookout for creative insight. You will increase the quality of your photographs and your reputation. Follow the tips provided and your pictures will stand out. When you are shooting a photo of someone, make sure that you are close to them to maximize the quality of the details on their face. This is very important, as you will want to...
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A Trip to Manali

Vikas Bhatnagar ·
Manali is the most renowned hill station of India as it is blessed with natural beauty, dense pine forests, and picturesque hills. Local and foreign tourists go to Manali all throughout the year to gaze its beautiful landscape and tourist places to enjoy the adventure activities. Now everything is online, we always book the Manali holiday packages from numerous websites like Irctc, MakeMyTrip, and more. Above on that, deals like Irctc coupons make us save a decent amount of money on our trip...
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Re: National Geographic's Best Travel Photos of 2015

DrFumblefinger ·
If you like those pictures, take a look at some of the gems in this list: http://brightside.me/article/1...-46555/?image=210605
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Re: National Geographic's Best Travel Photos of 2015

Travel Rob ·
Had a chance to browse those great photos. Amazing what just a photograph can tell without any words. Glad we are building TG's own archive of great photos
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