Have you ever been told, "oh I wouldn't do that! It's too dangerous! You're too young, too old, too (insert word here)"? A lot of women are told that about traveling alone. And you know what? I agree. I've got 25 reasons why (link in bio) (📷: @the_roadtripper)
Whether you walk or bike Amsterdam's intricate canals, we can guarantee your legs will be grateful for the chance to rest and recover. The good news is that in this apartment, even while laying down, you can continue to take in the picturesque gabled facades that are iconic to the city.
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Photo by @jodymacdonaldphoto // The Naxi are mountain people that wandered to the edge of the Tibetan plateau and found a place to call home in the county of Lijiang in the northern Yunnan Province of China. The Naxi are one of the best known Chinese ethnic groups and one of the most visited by tourists. Approximately 300,000 Naxi live in Yunnan today along with more than half of the country’s minority groups, providing a glimpse into China’s hugely varied mix of humanity. It is often said, that religiously speaking, the Naxi believe in everything: Bon, totemism, shamanism, animism, Buddhism, Dao. A reflection of their long heritage as a cultural crossroads among the many peoples of Tibet, China, India, and Southeast Asia. If you travel to the Yunnan region be sure to wander through the ancient villages of the area where you can still experience their rich cultural heritage and traditions. Follow me @jodymacdonaldphoto for more images and stories from around the world. #China#Yunnan#travel
Have you ever woken up at 3:20AM to photograph a sunrise? Well I have and it did not end up how we all hoped. Lol. By now you probably know that Jewels and I aren't the most organized of photographers but when we have Matt Donovan on our trips everything goes according to plan, hence the very early wake up. We were to photograph sunrise from the Pinnacles, a staggering perspective over the Tweed Valley and Mount Wollumbin. 😍 However, after driving for one hour, we realized the road to get out was temporarily closed and we couldn't proceed with our well researched and perfect plan! 😏 Luckily Jewels and I were able to school Matt and Mads in OUR style of shooting. It involved this: driving frantically to a new perspective, sitting in the car playing on our phones because it was too early, getting too absorbed in our phones and nearly missing dawn light, deciding half way through sunrise to GO SOMEWHERE ELSE, literally stopping and shooting in half a dozen places along the side of the road and nearly giving ourselves heart attacks. And THAT is the way to snap some bangers for Instagram! 😂😂😂 @VisitNSW#NewSouthWales#Sp