4 Necessities for the Travelling Photographer

When travelling, the likelihood is photography will be a big part of your adventure or maybe you actually travel specifically for the photography opportunities, whether it be your job or simply for fun. Whatever the reason you may not know what equipment is necessary and what you should leave behind – it can be a difficult decision. There are endless tools that can make your job easier, but you don’t have unlimited storage and some equipment can be extremely bulky and/or heavy to carry, therefore you need to prioritize what to take with you. While some decisions will depend on where…

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Time is of The Essence – Making Weekend Travel Work (Inc. Giveaway)

When you are a travel lover and you work full-time and only have a set number of holiday days to take per year, you have to use them wisely. As Mr ESLT and I both work full-time we spread our leave throughout the year to ensure we always have something to look forward to. We always try to incorporate weekend travel into our travel itinerary for the year too. It means we get to visit and explore new places without having to use precious holiday days. It does mean, however, as time is limited we have to be prepared to hit the…

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Guest Interview – Olive Dragonfly

This week’s guest post comes from Bex, blogger behind Olive Dragonfly. Bex is mum to adorable boy/girl twins, Kalyan & Priya and lives in the beautiful Sussex countryside with her very patient husband, Nik.  She’s a little obsessed with photography, necklaces and her twins but has many other varied interests too and loves to write about them all and share cool places she discovers.

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Winter Travel? Dry Skin Don't Have To Be A Thing

It has only been this year as I hit the mid-30 mark (sob) that it has dawned on me that winter travel and its weather is also damaging to my skin, obviously not to the same extent and with less long-term effects as sun damage, but damaging nonetheless. I have never had particularly dry skin, up until the past couple of years or so, particularly this winter, maybe it’s another one of those fabulous things that occur as you get older (*eye roll*). I’m sure you will agree it has been a long cold winter, even seeing snow here in England up until last…

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USA: 5 Reasons to Spend at Least a Day in Monterey Bay, California

I did mention Monterey in a blog post I published last year – 5 Great Towns for An Overnight Stay along the Pacific Coast Highway. However, I do not feel that the short write-up in that post really did the fantastic little city justice. Therefore I have put to together this post to delve further into what it has to offer and why if you are visiting California and planning a road trip, you really need to include it in your itinerary, even if just for a day.

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USA: 4 Places of Historical Interest You Must Visit in Los Angeles

You may consider Los Angeles to be a modern, glitzy, possibly even superficial city, but if you scratch just below the surface, you will find that the City of Angels is actually steeped in history. Throughout the city, there are many historical sites, buildings, and hotspots you really must visit. LA is a sprawling city, so ensure you book a centrally located reputable hotel. Also, don’t forget to grab your camera for ALL the Instragammable spots across La La Land and set about exploring the following places to learn more about LA’s history.

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