Fraser Island, Australia
Photograph by Peter Essick, National Geographic
Tannin–rich runoff from Fraser’s interior stains the sea in the aftermath of a summer storm.
I saw a Dingo on the beach here one time. And no, it did not eat my baby.
I recently discovered that people make their own Photoshop Actions that you can download and apply to your images to make your photography skills look way cooler and more professional (kind of like Instagram, but more versatile). So I’ve used some to edit a set of my favorite travel shots from different parts of the world. I’m enjoying the results.
(The Actions I’ve used on these pictures were from a Deviant Art artist name night-fate and they are free to download and use. You can find her profile here.)
MOVE chronicles a 44 day trip to 11 countries in such a simple, but utterly brilliant way.
Not again. This poor country.
It’s probably good I was ignorant to the amount of terrorist attacks that happen there before my trip. Especially considering the Pune blast they reference in this article took place at a bakery I had actually visited during my trip, which was only 3 months prior to the 2010 attack.