Tagged: Galleries

Liverpool Gallery

Liverpool is not the most photogenic city we’ve ever visited and Saul is not particularly fond of “snaps”, especially when he’s in them. But if you like photos of ridiculously happy football fans, this...

Cuban Countryside Gallery

After leaving Havana and with the security of an experienced local driver, Saul and I tackled a fairly ambitious route around Cuba. Although we visited not just small towns, but also many of Cuba’s...

Havana Gallery

When we arrived, Cuba was not quite herself. After many occasions on which rumours of his death had been prematurely celebrated in the US, Fidel Castro had finally made his exit 2 days before our...

La última galería

Our final days in Costa Rica included a few more frogs and birds, a guided visit to a coffee estate, some tree-top adrenaline and a short interlude of 5-star R&R to fortify us for our next destination. Here...

Costa Rica Gallery Número Dos

While travelling in Costa Rica, I became aware of the work of Bence Máté, a Hungarian wildlife photographer. One of the lodges where we stayed had his bird photography book “The Invisible Wildlife Photographer”, which features...

Costa Rica Gallery Número Uno

Saul might do a future post on our Costa Rican adventure, but in the meantime, here are a few photos to give you an idea of what we’ve been up to. If you’re a...

Beaches, Dogs and Big Trees Gallery

After slipping out of Canada between two storms and recovering our wits in Seattle, we headed south along the western coast of the USA. Washington State, Oregon and northern California treated us to a...

Vancouver Island Gallery

Before we started plotting this trip, I was unaware of the existence of Vancouver Island. So in case you’re in the same boat: it’s a Pacific island off the west coast of Canada (accessible...

Banff and Jasper National Parks Gallery

Canyons and lakes. Sunrises and sunsets. Stars and northern lights. Here’s what we were doing in Canada when we were too lazy to go hiking.

Canadian Day Hikes Gallery

Drifting through British Columbia and Alberta’s rock-star national parks provides an opportunity to do some of the world’s most satisfying hikes. From a gentle 500m stroll around a scenic lake to multi-day backcountry excursions into territory where...