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A castle like entrance sculpted by nature marks the beginning of the Patagonian Icefield in Chile, South America

Can You Take Kick-Ass Photos With a Point and Shoot Camera?

  It’s not practical to take a big, heavy DSLR camera on some trips. When I cycled Australia’s longest bike trail I had to choose between food and underwear. Weight is a big issue when trekking too. Having a chronic condition of the spine means I have to carefully consider my load more than most. It’s the […]

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Giant Tortoise of the Galapagos

For the Love of George; Long Live the Galapagos

He was a world symbol of conservation. His love-life read like a soap opera. But if you’re still wondering what’s the big deal about the death of one giant tortoise; read on. On June 24th, Lonesome George was found dead in his corral at the Galapagos Tortoise Breeding Centre by his long-time caretaker of forty years. His loss […]

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