Yellow Water Billabong at Kakadu National Park in Pictures

Yellow Water Billabong at Kakadu National Park in Pictures

By: Matthew

Yellow Water Billabong

Yellow Water Billabong is a small body of water off of the South Alligator River in Kakadu National Park. Kakadu is a UNESCO World Heritage site just outside of Darwin, in the North of Australia. If you are into birdwatching or crocodiles or both, Yellow Water Billabong should be high on your list of places to visit. The best and easiest way to accomplish this is booking a tour with Yellow Water Cruises. We choose the sunrise tour and it was loaded with wildlife.

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Hobbiton in Photos

By: Heather

A land of hobbit houses, brightly painted doors, whimsical times and underground landscapes is myth no longer. The created world of Middle Earth exists on the North Island of New Zealand. Hobbiton is the place where fairytales of lords, rings, hobbits, green dragons, and delicious ale are not only real; they are a legend.

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A Much Needed Pick Me Up

By: Heather

After a rough few weeks we needed to focus on getting our act together and having some fun. As we edited photos and videos we found ourselves smiling and laughing at some of our memories. Here are a few of our silliest moments from our trip.

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Photo Essay: A Walk with Jack in Kigali

By: Matthew

Kigali Photo Essay

Catching the world as it is, and not in some studio or with posed actors is why street photography is one of my favorite types of photography. Life is vivid, interesting, all around us, and most of the time unnoticed by its residents. This is where street photography steps in and delivers a raw feed of the world in which we live. I couldn’t have been more excited when Heather discovered Vayando and Jacques Nkinzingabo.

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Photo Essay: Portobello Market, London

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The World Famous Portobello Road Market runs through the Notting Hill neighborhood of London, England. Tourists and locals alike partake in the fun. It is one of London’s largest and most interesting markets, you never know what you are going to find. Not only was it the setting for the movie Notting Hill with Hugh Grant, it is also Europe’s largest antique market. No trip to London is complete without making a trek to Portobello Road to visit the market. Saturday is the busiest day, but it can also be enjoyed on Friday. Things get started around 9 in the morning.

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