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March 1, 2012

Coming soon: Charming Charleston!

OK – it’s been a while – but I promise to post my account of Charleston within the next week – or two! ;-)

August 18, 2011

Let me hear from you!

Let me hear from you!

I have met a lot of great people on my road trip. I regret that I have not collected email addresses and sometimes I forget my business cards.

I love the feedback – and not least getting the pictures that new friends sometimes have taken – when I have been taken a break from photography myself.

So, if we have met somewhere along on my road trip, please drop a line as a comment or use the contact form in the menu.

I look forward to hearing from you!

I love to hear from people I have met on my trip and other readers of my blog. Please drop a line as a comment or via the contact form in the main menu. By the way, in this photo I am taking it easy on the front porch of Elvis Presley's birthplace in Tupelo, MS.

 

July 17, 2011

More photos, less text!?

More photos, less text!?

Thanks for the comments on the blog as well as by private email.

The headline reflects one of the comments. There have been other requests for more photos and that “postcard” photos should be visible in the posts. The latter was a technical problem, which has been resolved. Thus I have revised each and every post.

Phew!

I should definitely be pleased to share more photos, whenever I have photos worth publishing.

Regarding the text, I will probably keep on rambling and sharing as many of my experiences as I have time for, because I actually like writing. You do not have to read it all, my friends. ;-)

What do you think?

Feel free to comment and offer suggestions. I deeply appreciate the feedback!

I found this wreck near the historic Route 66. Somebody did not make it any further...

 

The wreck taken from another angle, in different light and with another lens (Canon 50mm f/1.4).

 

Modern travelers have more advanced opportunities. And I sometimes think that I have a problem with traveling light?