The old city of Jerusalem is the center of culture, religion and history for Middle East. It is the spiritual center for Jewish, Christian and Islamic religions and the hot… Continue Reading
Is it possible to quit your job and travel the world following your passions? Why yes – Walter Chang proves this spending three years traveling to over 60 countries photographing his experiences.… Continue Reading
We are watching the culture of Buddhist kingdoms around the world vanish as they succumb to the march of progress. Western consumerism, entertainment and technology are permeating their world. With it comes advancements… Continue Reading
Planning a trip to Egypt and wondering what to do in Cairo? I have the answers. So head out with me and explore the streets, mosques, churches, mausoleums, museums and more in… Continue Reading
Avoid the tourists and souvenir vendors of Badaling and hike the Great Wall of China from Jinshanling to Simatai. This sometimes rugged and steep trail will reward you with breathtaking… Continue Reading
On the way from Los Angeles to Yosemite there are incredible tourist sites to see. With a full tank of gas and an adventurous spirit you can see these top… Continue Reading
If you are visiting Los Angeles you need to go and take pictures of Venice Beach especially along it’s boardwalk. You will be charmed, shocked and intrigued by the unique… Continue Reading
Now is the time to visit Tibet the restrictions have been lifted for solo travelers. These are the top 10 tourist attractions in Tibet that I recommend and have visited… Continue Reading
I consider myself to be a Travel Escape Artist—escape because I leave everyday life behind to travel the world; and artist as I have mastered the “art” of escaping from the everyday…
My travel gear guide features backpacks, cameras, tripods and packing accessories I have researched and used over the past 25 years.
I have learned from my travels that you want to keep your bag light and that goes for your camera gear as well. I also believe that the camera does not make the photographer, from an iPhone photo to a professional DSLR the only thing that really matters is that you use it.