We looked at each other and spontaneously exclaimed in unison "Let's do this."
We got carried away at Santa Monica Pier. I loved the carnival atmosphere, and we kinda went crazy taking photos that day. Here is a black-and white photo essay.
You can tell from the expression on my face that I wasn't an entirely willing participant in this production. No, I didn't lose a bet.
I've made you wait long enough. There will be oodles of posts about Easter Island to come, but here are a few photos to whet your appetite for this incredible destination.
Camera angst strikes every time I book a once-in-a-lifetime trip. It is a particular variety of angst that involves the nagging doubt that my camera equipment will not be up to the task, and the temptation to buy a new one builds.
A few glimpses of the many sides of Venice Beach we discovered during a morning stroll through the neighbourhood.
In this photo essay, we start in the train station at the base of Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro, and gradually ascend until we see what we find at the very top of the mountain.
The first thing we did when we got to Los Angeles was pay a visit to Randy's Donuts, which is very close to LAX.
South America is a big place.
Having never travelled together before, Roseitta and I drafted a Roommate Agreement for our trip to South America.