Show us some of your favourite photos from your travels. Try to make us fall in love with a place you love.
>The Cobbler Mountain, Arrochar, Scotland
Northern lights and a crazy bright moon, Just outside Reykjavik, Iceland
Technically work, not travel. Didn't particularly love this place either but hey-ho. Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan.
OK, I'll try -- though regulars here will have seen some of these before.
Slieve League cliffs in County Donegal, Ireland. I think more impressive than Moher, and a lot less crowded.
Nairobi Wildlife Park, total lack of giraffes, move along.
The park is bizarre -- surrounded on 3 1/2 sides by urban.suburban Nairobi, and the airport, nonetheless pretty good display of wildlife, including rhinos, lions and the like.
Ice cave under the glacier not far from Vik, Iceland. Seeing the Northern lights was a bucket-list thing for me, but somebody else already posted that, so here's this.
Bull bison wintering it up in Yellowstone this January -- he's been "snowplowing" with his fave to get down to some plants to eat.
One more Galapagos, snorkeling around Kicker Rock,
everyone who has ever gone here has the same exact picture
switching to a few from ghazni province, afghanistan
Afghanibro, maybe you'll like this pic of a bombed-out bunker near some old tank emplacements I stumbled across in Kuwait.
South of the city, facing mostly south and out to sea, I was told they were built by Iraqis in anticipation of the counter-invasion.
A cat on the Philosopher's Path in Kyoto, which is one of the most worthwhile temple tracks I came across, there were even a couple of sort of weird ones.
Pictured is a tree from one of the weird ones. The place had a small photography gallery inside that was not lit except for a few candles in the middle of the room. They gave you a LED torch so yo could see the photographs. There was a general strange air of death about that place.
All my photos on here are from an old iphone, so I apologise for that and my awful photography skills
View of Mt Fuji from Mt Takao. Me and a mate made the hike and planned to take the cable car down, but we missed and had to come down in the dark.
Maybe you'll like this. It's in Patagonia, Argentinean side.
Near Cala Gonone, Sardinia
I know, I post this one too much
A village in a terraced valley in Morocco. Took this one yesterday.
tilt shift I did of some houses in the German country side. Took a lot of trains and saw a lot of towns I wished I stopped in.