Travel Photo of the Day – Pink Flamingos in the Lakes of Bolivia’s Highlands
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I originally thought this was a white heron or egret on the beaches of Key Biscayne in Southern Florida’s Miami, but thanks to Google, I was able to discover that it’s an American White Ibis Eudocimus albus) is a species of wading in the ibis family. I have never heard of such a bird. I guess it goes to […]
In Tayrona National Park, an hour outside Santa Marta, Colombia, Jason and I were hiking to Cabo Beach. We both had camera in hand capturing all the beauty of these beaches during our Colombia travel. I spotted a heron at the back of the beach near the woods. I got my camera ready to take a […]
The beautiful glowing green hummingbird was seen flying around bird feeders in near Salento, Colombia during our hike through Valle de Cocora. Read more about Colombia Travel.
Salar de Surire Natural Monument is a Chilean Natural Monument located in the Andes, in the Arica and Parinacota Region. It consists mainly of a salt flat and a number of small salt lakes, sheltering several Andean species of wildlife and plants. Arintica volcano towers over the salt flat. The protected area, along with Lauca […]
Our 4-Day Tupiza to Uyuni tour in Bolivia, South America was filled with unique landscapes. We captured snow capped mountains, surreal deserts, eroded mountain ranges, glowing lakes and most importantly the largest Salt Flats in the world, Salar de Uyuni. This picture is from day 3 of our tour which revealed hundreds of flamingos. Unfortunately […]
From the travel backpacking video video vault, Two Backpackers share some exciting short video clips with you. These travel videos were shared the week of September 26th, 2010 on our Facebook Fan Page. Enjoy time travel as a Kuna tribal sailboat passes in front of a modern sailboat. Jason finds the best view in Medellin, […]