Seven Tips On Landscape Photography

Learn the tricks to improve your landscape pictures from our experts. We give you seven tips to help you take pictures with a breath of fresh air. 1. Light: Mesmerizing landscape photos are majorly defined by the amount and quality of light they were shot in. If you observe, most photographers prefer to shoot early …

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What to Look For in a Bed and Breakfast

Let me start by saying that I design websites for bed and breakfast providers. I have been inside many establishments, photographed them from all angles, sampled the food, experienced the difficulty of finding them if they are off the beaten track and spent time with their owners. Sometimes I’ve felt like The Hotel Inspector. Sometimes …

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Bushwalking in the Blue Mountain

The Blue Mountains are a bushwalker’s paradise. There is something to suit everyone’s level of fitness and trails are well-marked, ranging from short one or two kilometre walks, up to the Six Foot Track, a strenuous three-day hike from Katoomba to the Jenolan Caves. Only two hours west of the bustling metropolitan city that is …

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8 Best Tips For Solo Travellers

Traveling alone seems to be a pretty daunting thing to do. Ten questions come to your mind. What if you get stranded somewhere? Can you go out alone at night? Won’t it look strange to eat alone in a restaurant? All these kinds of worries and other things like will I get attacked by thieves? …

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The First Time Camper – Top Travel Tips

With summer comes the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the long warm days and the cool crisp nights. It’s a time to leave the confines of the city and head to seclusion of the wild. Leaving your cares and worries behind, so you can simply relax and in turn, relax simply. It’s time to …

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