Baddeck is situated in the heart of Cape Breton Island, considered to be the beginning and end of the world famous Cabot Trail. This picturesque and vibrant little village is located right in the heart of Cape Breton Island set on the shores of the great inland sea known as the Bras d'Or Lakes.
Most of the footage for this 4K drone video was captured at dawn. That means that I had to get up just before sunrise, which was just before 4:30 a.m. It was definitely worth it – not just for the early morning light but to see the birds and sea life come to life. I hope I was able to cinematize the magic of Percé Rock in the morning within these 3 min 56 sec.
Percé Rock is a huge sheer rock formation in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec, Canada, off
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As I was making my way along Iceland’s Route 1 this morning, I saw a sign for an upcoming tunnel. I read about Almannaskarðsgöng a few months ago but I had forgotten about it. It’s actually refreshing not remembering every detail from travel websites and books and “discovering” something on your own.
The tunnel is located near Höfn (Hornafjörður) in Austurland in eastern Iceland. The tunnel measures 1312 metres exactly in length and was opened on June 24, 2005. The tunnel passes through narrow and steep pass between Hornafjörður and Lón district.
During the winter the road had to be … Read more
It seems like everyone is going to Iceland. Like every destination I’ve travelled to, I wish I been there earlier. The wait is almost over… 4 days (or more specifically, 96 hours 15 minutes). You might be wondering why I’m writing a blog post about a place I haven’t even visited yet. This is my bucket list (not complete) of the sites that I am hoping to visit when I’m there in a few days. I wonder if this list will remain the same after I return.
So, why my passionate interest in this country? That’s an easy one to … Read more
When I was a child and I used to flip through the glossy pages of travel books and magazines like National Geographic in our school’s library, I used to dream about going to those places one day. At that same time, though, I never truly believed that it would happen. And even if I did manage to reach one of those exotic locations, I didn’t have a decent camera to capture the magical landscapes and captivating faces as a travel photographer.
Fast forward 30 years and I can say that I’ve been to quite a few of those faraway lands … Read more
It’s not a luxury anymore to expect travelling with a small camera kit that weighs less than 5 pounds such as a mirrorless camera. It’s also not unthinkable that such a camera can produce photographs worthy of a National Geographic photographer and then returning home with all of the post-processing works done in-camera and ready to be printed or posted to your blog and social media.
The Rise of the Mirrorless Camera
The newest thing to cause excitement in digital photography is the rise of the Mirrorless Camera. These cameras offer much of the quality and speed of their larger … Read more