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Korean Templestay for under $50 a night

Korean Templestay

#Baekyangsa #고불총림 #백양사 #templestay #zen

If I ever find myself in Korea again I will not pass on this opportunity. I wandered through this place while doing a day hike in the Naejangsan National Park (내장산). I didn’t see a single soul, but apparently you can stay here, participate in zen activities, and be fed for under $50 a night.

Kew Palace

Kew Palace (AKA Dutch House)

@kewgardens #kewpalace #dutchhouse #queensgarden

This place (photo from 2016) in Kew Gardens, also known as the Dutch House, dates back to the early 17th Century. The garden in back is known as the Queen’s Garden. The oil portrait, below, is of the same location (but from the front instead of from the rear garden) and dates to 1733.

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon

@bluelagoonis #BlueLagoonIceland @Icelandair #mystopover

Later this month I’ll be booking my tickets for Europe this summer. If my flight goes through Iceland on my way to Copenhagen, again, I will likely spend a couple nights north of Reykjavik. The Blue Lagoon won’t be on my agenda this year. Instead I’ll try to get to places like the fjords in the northwestern part of Iceland. Any suggestions for particular “must sees”?

Another possibility is a couple nights in Frankfurt, Germany on my way in. Any fans of Frankfurt who would encourage that option? I’ve been to Berlin but only the airport in Frankfurt.

Sedona panorama

Chapel Trail panorama

#sedona #arizona #landscape #ChapelTrail

Waimea Bay Beach Park

Panoramic sunset @ Waimea Beach

#landscapephotography #hawaii #nature #PacificOcean #oahu #waimea

Two years ago today…

19-photo photomerge sedona fay canyon

20-photo photomerge of Sedona’s Fay Canyon

@ArizonaTourism @SedonaAZ #sedona #arizona #landscapes

Today’s image is a bit distorted as it is a composite of 20 photos (all shot vertical, 10 across the top and 10 along the bottom). In real life the scene on the left would require you to turn your head a bit to the left, and the view on the right would require a slight head turn to the right. In total this is probably 200+ degrees as you look out Fay Canyon.

A “normal” photo from this spot looks more like this.

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