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Photo of the Week – Mosques of the Middle East

March 25, 2011 12 Comments »

Mohammad al-Amin Mosque Beirut

Just like churches dominate the European landscape, Mosques take the honor in the Middle East.  During my travels in the Middle East this winter I had the chance to visit a few and photograph some of them.  I was rarely let inside the mosques to do photography, but when I was it was a special […]

McDonalds and the RTW Traveler

May 27, 2010 86 Comments »

It has to be said…and this may be controversial… Eating at McDonalds in a foreign country does NOT make you a despicable traveler. In all honestly – up until I took my career break and traveled around the world, I would have scoffed at that statement. I thought Americans who ate at McDonalds while traveling […]

Yella! Moving on from Egypt

August 2, 2007 2 Comments »

Photo: The many towers of the Mohammad Ali Mosque in Cairo For the ‘best of’ Egypt Photography – click here! For all pictures of Cairo and other Egypt oddities – click here! Egypt was a quick stop for me – 2 weeks, but I covered a lot of ground. I went from South to North, […]

Holy Moses – Egypt’s Red Sea and Mt. Sinai!

July 31, 2007 4 Comments »

View Egypt Photography Photo: Sawa camp on the Red Sea The Red Sea was next on our Moses Tour. This was my favorite part in the movie…the water even looked red in the TV version – and Charleton Heston’s ability to part it was truly a special effects miracle! Woohoo…Red Sea…here I come! We crossed […]

Convoys and Hubbly Bubbly – Arriving in Egypt

July 31, 2007 1 Comment »

For the ‘best of’ Egypt Photography – click here! For all snapshots of Abu Simbel and Aswan – click here! I mistakenly arrived in Egypt thinking that it would be very similar to Morocco. That’s like thinking that California and New York are similar…and having lived in both – I know that’s not true. Sure, […]

Holy Moses – Cruising the Nile River

July 30, 2007 No Comments »

View Egypt Photography View snapshots of the Nile River   My only knowledge of Egypt really comes from an unlikely source – Charleton Heston. I can still remember my family all sitting around the one TV we had and watching the Ten Commandments…it was a huge event for us – we were even allowed to […]