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Photo of the Day – Cadillac Ranch Amarillo, Texas

Jonathan is a regular contributor for For more information or to sign up for his newsletter visit The iconic Cadillac Ranch located on Route 66 just outside of Amarillo, Texas has always been controversial; is it a glorified row of junk cars or is it art? Originally invented by a group of self-described […]

Pictures of Colombia

Travel Photo of the Day: Castillo de San Felipe Cartagena Colombia

During the seventeenth century, the Spanish paid for prominent European military engineers to build the fortresses which are today Cartagena’s most significant identifying features. Engineering works took well over 208 years and ended with some eleven kilometers of walls surrounding the city, including the Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas shown below. In 1984, Cartagena’s […]

Beaches in Florida

Travel Photo of the Day: Key Biscayne FL Beaches

Key Biscayne Fl is one of the most beautiful islands located just off the coast of downtown Miami.  If the Miami beaches are too crowded or too full of tourists, drive over the Rickenbacker Causeway to Key Biscayne and visit one of the many beaches or parks for a day of sun, grilling and swimming […]

Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia Phillies vs Florida Marlins at Sun Life Stadium, Miami

It’s the last time the Philadelphia Phillies will ever play baseball at Sun Life Stadium in the greater Miami area of Florida.  The Florida Marlins are having a new stadium built in Miami that will be ready for the 2012 baseball season.  As a die-hard Philadelphia Phillies fan, I figured I should take this opportunity […]

Photos of Senegal

5 Unexpected Things about Dakar, Senegal

Rachael Cullins of Girl, Guy, Globe shares some unexpected experiences while living in Dakar, Senegal as an expat. The city of Dakar, Senegal is often called the “Paris of West Africa.” But don’t let the (nick)name fool you – I’ve been to Paris and I live in Dakar, and Dakar is no Paris. This crazy, […]

india tour

Faces of India in Pictures

Samuel Jeffery of Nomadic Samuel captures the faces of India through his lens. Before descending upon India, I had been backpacking continuously for nearly a year and a half. I was feeling particularly worn down both physically and mentally and the repetitive nature of constantly being on the move and seeing ‘yet’ another temple was […]

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