Welcome to Travel 101! The goal of this series is to get you ready for your first ever international trip. We start at the very beginning: how to get your first passport!
Lets have some Real Talk about what did NOT change due to the election of Donald Trump last night.
The Big Apple. NYC. HONKHONKHEYWATCHWHEREYOUREGOING. By whatever name you know it, New York City is iconic. With epic skyscrapers framing legendary Broadway and incredible Central Park, there’s something to see for everyone.
My job requires fairly frequent travel to New York City, so I’ve gotten to know it pretty well over the years. While visiting for the first time can be overwhelming, you get used to the pace of life there pretty quickly and it’s surprisingly easy to navigate. As my interest in photography has grown, the sights of New York City have frequently found themselves in front of my lens, so let’s check out my five favorite pictures of New York City!
Southwestern Utah is home of the dramatic and amazing Zion National Park. Zion Canyon sits between enormous mastiffs which make for absolutely unbelievable vistas. As part of my continuing % Pictures series, let’s take a look at some of my favorites from Zion National Park.
Most people would take a day trip to Zion National Park in Utah on their way through the American Southwest, maybe on their way to Bryce National Park or even Antelope Canyon in Arizona. I’m kind of insane, so my day trip was a little different. At 6am in Dallas I found a decent deal on a nonstop flight to Las Vegas that left at 9am Dallas time and returned at 6am the next morning (long-time readers are now rolling their eyes because they know what’s coming next). I thought to myself, “well why not?” and booked the flight, having no idea what I would do for a day in Vegas.
I went to Zion National Park after a wedding in Vegas last year and remembered that it was not too far of a drive from Las Vegas so I decided to return. But just for a few hours, then I’d have to turn around and get back to Vegas to catch my flight back home. If I had time I wanted to hike to Angel’s Landing again, so that was the plan.
Click through to read how the trip went!