World Heritage Site: Huascaran National Park


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Showcase Your Travel Photos


One of the joys I have following a holiday, having travelled to some wild place within Australia, is to share those photos with others. Many years ago that would be primarily with family and friends, but now with the advent of the World Wide Web I am able to share these photos with a much wider audience. I tend to post my photos all over the place, though I have to confess I am way behind where I would like to be in this regard. I have a lot of work to do and hopefully I can make some useful progress on this front in the weeks to come – especially as I recover from upcoming surgery.

The link below is to an article that looks at 5 ways Bloggers can use their photos to enhance their content.

For more visit:
http://blog.travelworldpassport.com/use-your-pictures-create-visual-content-strategy/

Leaf-Mimicking Animals


The link below is to an article that takes a look at leaf-mimicking animals. The article includes a large number of photos.

For more visit:
http://www.treehugger.com/natural-sciences/nature-blows-mind-amazing-leaf-mimicking-animals.html

These photos of red lightning are unsettling yet cool


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What’s that saying? “Red sky in morning, sailors take warning”? Or was it “Go, greased lightning”?! I guess if you combine the two, you get these unnerving photos of red lightning, Although nobody’s penned a musical number about that yet, so please go for it:

IS THIS AN X-FILE, you ask? No. It’s a real-life file, which is scarier. Researchers with the U.S. Air Force Academy and Fort Lewis College have been chasing sprites this summer:

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Western Australia: Margaret River


The link below is to an article (with photos) on the Margaret River in Western Australia, Australia.

For more visit:
http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/journal/gallery-capturing-the-heart-of-margaret-river.htm