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
An unseasonable monsoon rain flooded the streets as my driver weaved his way through oncoming traffic on the bumpy roads of India. Water flooded across the windshield as trucks passed… Continue Reading
In the morning I woke to the rhythmic clacking of train wheels. With sleepy eyes, I looked out the window and was jolted awake by the view: cliffs dropping away… Continue Reading
Peter The Great called Saint Petersburg his “Window on Europe.” Straddling the mighty Neva River and bordering the Baltic Sea It was the first city in Russia to have access… Continue Reading
One of the many natural wonders of the world are the impressive Iguazu Falls. They tumble off the Paraná Plateau across 1.7 miles breaking up into 150 – 300 separate… Continue Reading
Wandering through the Gion District in search of a Geisha in Kyoto is a treat, especially if you allow yourself the time to get lost in the twisting maze of… 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.