I uploaded ALL my new Patagonia photos to Flickr. So I’m
caught up. Most of those are Creative Commons licensed.
It costs me $50 / year, double the old price.
I’ve had about 8 million views since July 2006 when Warren Long convinced me to start with Flickr.
Check them out.
Laguna de los Tempanos and Glacier Vinciguerra, Ushuaia, Argentina.
my trip report from that hike. Made on my iPhone X.
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Most Canadians know very little about
I’ve been there and left very discouraged. The
Houthi rebels are terrible. The vastly stronger Saudi military brutal.
Amal Hussain was born into this disaster. She died a few days after this photo was taken.
She’s only one of about nearly two million children suffering from severe malnutrition in Yemen.
The only upside –
U.N. sponsored peace talks.
Saudi Arabia and Yemen need to work this out. The USA should QUIT Saudi Arabia. All Americans are complicit in the role their government has in this war.
Listen to an
interview with the photographer:
In the three years that Saudi Arabia, supported by the United States, has been at war with the Houthis in Yemen, very few journalists have been allowed into the country to document what’s happening there. The New York Times journalist Tyler Hicks is one. This is the story of how he came to take a photograph of Amal Hussain that drew international attention to the country’s plight.
The Daily podcast
This trip I was back for over 6 weeks. Bermuda is a
gorgeous travel destination.
As a kid growing up in ultra-NEW Calgary I became enamoured of a poster from Europe showing a faded, decrepit wall.
I found it very
Daily walking the lanes of
St. George’s, Bermuda — the oldest English settlement in the new world — I appreciated these.
rented a bike and rode out of Ancud, Chile in search of the best empanada.
Screen shot from Maps.me
boring empanadas cost $1. This EXCELLENT version was $5.
Since I’m carrying a dedicated camera (Elf) and dedicated camcorder (Vixia) I don’t often use my iPhone X.
As an experiment,
all my photos on this post are from the iPhone.
On my computer the iPhone original photos look better than the Elf pics. But do they look better once reduced in size for the web?
I’m not sure.
Over the years I’ve tried a number of
Cheap ones break quickly. Higher quality versions are a bit heavy and bulky.
A salesman at the
Camera Store in Calgary recommended this alternative. I love it. Cheaper than a GorillaPod and far more durable. It’s light and compact for travel.
I’m using it with my Elf camera and Vixia camcorder. It wraps around either in their travel cases on my hip.
Click PLAY or watch
how it can be used on YouTube. That’s the very similar Octopod.