It is hard to believe that summer is coming to an end. I hope you have had a chance to get out and enjoy the warm weather. That being said, I am definitely looking forward to crisp fall days and the sound of crunching leaves beneath my feet. I have included an article with suggestions on where to best view the leaves in Canada if you are in a trip planning kind of mood.
I have also highlighted a few articles below that I thoroughly enjoyed from this month’s journal. As always, I love your feedback so let me know what you think!
Tips and tricks for improving your travel photography.
I absolutely love photography! The chance to capture a moment in time. Immortalize it and be able to look back and experience a place or event all over again. Sadly my picture taking skills do not match my love for the art. Thankfully, this podcast offers help to close this skills gap.
Maritime history is a generational story in Currituck.
I am consistently drawn to stories involving family history tied to a specific location. The families that have been living and working in Currituck in the Outer Banks of North Carolina enjoy a deep connection to generations past through a love of their maritime industry.
Beachin’ it like a local.
If mega beach resorts aren’t your thing then a visit to Puerto Escondido might be in order. Long enjoyed by locals and international surfers alike, Puerto Escondido is laid back with mostly family run accommodations, restaurants, secluded beaches and epic waves.
Bryggen, Norway’s trade history has withstood the test of time.
Bryggen, Norway has been a center of trade since around 1070 with the exception of the mid 1900’s when trade waned. The community took action in the 1970’s and the Bryggen of today is a charming, creative community engaged in trade once again.
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