24Sep

Best Restaurants in New York: Restaurant Daniel

Daniel is en elegant French restaurant on the Upper East side. Chef Daniel Boulud has created a refined dining ambiance by placing importance on interior design, which is a blend of old world and contemporary. Service is impeccable and discreet, and every need is anticipated. Little ottomans are provided for women to put their purses on while they dine.

Cuisine is a mixture of traditional French and American flavors and techniques. Chef Daniel Boulud also loves vegetables and there is an entire vegetarian menu available as well. Patrons are still required to “dress” for dinner at Daniel. Men are required to wear a jacket and women should dress in evening wear.

Daniel has been named the 8th best restaurant in the world for the 2010 S. Pelligrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants, up 33 from last year (making Daniel the Highest Climber).

Recommended dishes:

> Paupiette of sea bass (sea bass in a crisp potato shell)
> Double feature of braised short ribs in red wine with potato gratin and seared rib eye with black trumpets and Gorgonzola cream
> Black sea bass with Syrah sauce (signature dish)

> Dessert: warm Guanaja chocolate coulant with liquid salted caramel

Best Restaurants in the World - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel - Slow baked Nova Scotia Halibut with Chanterelles, Yukon Potato Quiche, Tuscan Kale, Oregano Jus

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel - Dessert

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel - Woodfire Grilled Yellowfin Tuna, Hawaiian hearts of palm, red kuri squash, chorizo emulsion

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel - Pan Seared Foie Gras

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel - Pan Seared Foie Gras

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel - Maine Sea Scallop Rosette, fennel marmalade, orange, saffron veloute

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel - Daniel Maine Peekytoe Crab Salad celery, walnut oil, granny smith sauce

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel - Italian White Truffles Risotto

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

Best Restaurants in New York - Restaurant Daniel

23Sep

Ski Fashion

Cold weather fashion becomes all about statement pieces – boots, jackets, thick sweaters, and hats. Looking chic at the ski lodge can be comfortable, warm and easy if you’ve got the right stuff.

D&G Winter 2010 Campaign:

Ski Fashion - D&G's Winter 2010 Campaign

Ski Fashion - D&G Fall/Winter 2010

D&G Winter 2010

D&G Fall/Winter 2010

D&G Winter 2010

D&G Fall/Winter 2010

D&G Ski Lodge Clubwear Fall 2010

D&G Ski Lodge Clubwear Fall 2010 (Runway)

Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2010 featured classic cable knit sweaters and big, furry boots. Pick up a pair of D&G ski goggles to look chic on the slopes.

Michael Kors Fall 2010:

Ski Fashion - Michael Kors Fall 2010

Ski Fashion - Michael Kors Fall 2010

Ski Fashion - Michael Kors Fall 2010

Ski Fashion - Michael Kors Fall 2010

Ski Fashion - Michael Kors Fall 2010

Ski Fashion - Michael Kors Fall 2010


Michael Kors featured plenty of cozy fur and knit wear. Any of these ensembles can be worn to a 5-star dinner after a day of skiing.

Burberry Prorsum Fall 2010:

Ski Fashion - Burberry Prorsum Fall 2010

Ski Fashion - Burberry Prorsum Fall 2010

Ski Fashion - Burberry Prorsum Fall 2010

Ski Fashion - Burberry Prorsum Fall 2010

Ski fashion - Burberry Prorsum Fall 2010

Ski fashion - Burberry Prorsum Fall 2010

Burberry achieved the somewhat elusive concept of practical winter high-fashion with their sturdy, shearling lined buckled leather boots (ankle and knee-high).  The jumbo fur peacoat and super high collar shearling coat looked especially warm, and the gray fur-lined trench inspired jacket managed to look figure flattering and cozy at the same time.

23Sep

Travel Europe: Athens

Athens had undergone many changes in preparations for hosting the 2004 Olympics, and continues to evolve. New squares and pedestrian walkways, chic hotels, restaurants, train stations and museums have appeared. Athens has a surprisingly vibrant street vibe and nightlife, one of the longest and most beautiful pedestrian walk ways in Europe, a thriving art scene, and even a Chinatown. The city is filled with sidewalk cafes, seafood restaurants, pedestrian promenades.

Things to do in Athens, Greece:

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Sidewalk Cafes in the Plaka District

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Sidewalk Cafes in the Plaka District

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - The Plaka

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - The Plaka

People watch at a sidewalk cafe and stroll through the Plaka, the oldest neighborhood in Athens. It is the most charming in the early evening.

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Syntagma Square

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Syntagma Square

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers

Visit the Syntagma Square, a metro station with artifacts uncovered when it was built. Watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers at they Syntagma Square’s Pink Parliament Building. Soldiers, chosen for their height and good looks perform a choreographed ceremony.

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Parthenon

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Parthenon

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Temple of Poseidon

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Temple of Poseidon

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Temple of Olympian Zeus

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Temple of Olympian Zeus

Go to the Parthenon, the Temple of Olympian Zeus, and the Temple of Poseidon. The Temple of Poseidon is farther away but has the best sunsets and interesting carved graffiti.

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Mount Lycabettus

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Mount Lycabettus

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Mount Lycabettus Amphitheater

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Mount Lycabettus Amphitheater

Take the tram up to Mount Lycabettus and take in the amazing views while eating at a cafe, or see the amphitheather (which hosts performances from artists during the summer months).

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - National Archaeological Museum in Athens

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - National Archaeological Museum in Athens

Browse through the National Archaeological Museum where they have ancient artifacts, such as the 2000 year old computer and a vast collection of Greek sculptures and jewelry.

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Varvakeios Agora Market

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Varvakeios Agora Market

Go to the Varvakeios market, the Agora-Athens central market. It is located at the beginning of Athens Chinatown and Eolu Street, a pedestrian shopping district.

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Psiri

Travel Europe - Athens, Greece - Psiri

Go to Pisiri, which is the bohemian district of Athens. It is now very trendy and is full of restaurants, clubs, theaters and galleries. Go to Pisiri for an active nightlife scene.

20Sep

Ski Holidays: Colorado Ski Resorts and more

Ski Holidays

Ski Holidays

Winter is quickly approaching – that means it’s time to start thinking about where to take your ski vacations! Ski holidays are fun because it’s not just about skiing – it’s about staying at a beautiful resort in a luxurious ski town, going to dinners and doing plenty of shopping. It’s a great family, romantic, or girls vacation.

There are a few 5-star ski resorts that stand out, especially the Colorado ski resorts. Not only are the hotels top-of-the-line, but the towns they are located in have been developed over the years and now cater to an affluent crowd.

Ski Holidays - Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch

Ski Holidays - Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch

The Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch is a ski-in/ski-out resort in the luxurious Beaver Creek Village. This resort is one of the most popular of all the Ritz Carlton ski resorts thanks to its location and amenities.

Ski Holiday - Ritz Carlton Aspen Highlands

The Ritz Carlton Aspen Highlands is another great place to stay. Aspen is world-renowned for being a glamorous ski destination, and celebrities are often spotted there. Aspen has many fine dining options, like LuLu Wilson, Cache Cache, Ellina and Gisella.

Ski Holidays - Ritz Carlton Lake Tahoe

Ski Holidays - Ritz Carlton Lake Tahoe

Ritz Carlton has another ski-in/ski-out resort in North Lake Tahoe, California. The resort is less that 15 minutes away from the village of Lake Tahoe and Truckee.

Ski Holidays - Four Seasons Jackson Hole

Ski Holidays - Four Seasons Jackson Hole

The Four Seasons Jackson Hole (Wyoming) is another ski-in/ski-out resort in the Teton Mountains. Jackson Hole is well known for its challenging ski conditions and is perfect for the advanced skier in your group, although they do have terrain suitable for skiers of all levels.

All of these resorts have Ski Valets, 5-star dining, heated outdoor pools and jacuzzis, destination inspired decor, and luxury spas designed to soothe aching muscles and deal with high altitudes. There is also the option to rent one of their Residence Club luxury condos. You can rent from owners through our sponsor, Travel En Vogue.

The Four Seasons is also opening another ski resort in Vail, Colorado, that is scheduled to open December 2010.

15Sep

Travel Europe: Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is on the Southern coast of Italy and is known for its scenic beauty and picturesque villages. Visit if you love the sun, want go to fabulous parties in Positano, or explore the hilltop gardens of Ravello. Amalfi Drive is a scenic stretch that runs along the cliff, stretching from the Bay of Naples to the Gulf of Salerno.

The Amalfi Coast has a long history of luxury. It was originally developed by Roman aristocracy, who built luxury villas there, leading to the refined development of Amalfi’s neighboring villages.

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Campania

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Campania

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy

There are many hotels perched on the cliffs, overlooking the harbor. The Palazzo Sasso is a 5-star hotel in Ravello that overlooks the Mediterranean and the coast’s most picturesque fishing villages.

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Palazzo Sasso

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Palazzo Sasso

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Palazzo Sasso

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Palazzo Sasso

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Palazzo Sasso

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Palazzo Sasso

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Palazzo Sasso

Travel Europe - Amalfi Coast, Italy - Palazzo Sasso

14Sep

Travel Europe: Florence, Italy

Travel Europe - Forence, Italy

Travel Europe - Forence, Italy

Florence is a tiny Italian city that packs a punch – there are over 1 million Renaissance artworks (including Michaelangelo’s David and Botticelli’s Birth of Venus), and it is the birthplace of Gucci, Pucci, Roberto Cavalli and Ferragamo. Florence is also home to some of the world’s greatest wines and delicious steaks.

Things to Do in Florence:

> Tour Pizza della Signoria, Italy’s most famous plaza with a free outdoors sculpture exhibit.

> Visit  Il Duomo, Brunelleschi’s famous masterpiece cathedral.

> Take the Uffizi private tour of the Contini Bonacossi collection of art. Also see the Galleria dell’ Academia, where Michaelangelo’s David is held.

> Shop at the San Lorenzo Market and Via Tornabuoni fashion boutiques.

> Try the monk-made cosmetics and liquers at the Officiana Profumo Farmeceutica di Santi Maria Novella.

> Enjoy an evening of Italian food and entertainment at Teatro del Sale. Eccentric restaurateur Fabio Picchi is the mastermind behind the jazz, theater, and stand up comedy performances held there.

Travel Europe - Florence, Italy - Market

Travel Europe - Florence, Italy - Market

Travel Europe - Florence, Italy

Travel Europe - Florence, Italy

Travel Europe - Florence, Italy - Il Duomo

Travel Europe - Florence, Italy - Il Duomo

10Sep

Best Pools in Las Vegas

The summer is almost over – time to get the girls together and go to Las Vegas! With the amazing New City shopping center and some of the most luxurious hotels in the world, you can’t go wrong. Las Vegas Pool Parties usually feature house music, plenty of cocktails, food from the hotel restaurant, and plenty of people socializing in private bungalows, cabanas, daybeds and lily pads.

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Encore Beach Club

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Encore Beach Club

1.Encore Beach Club

Encore, Steve Wynn’s latest creation, is exactly what you would expect from this Las Vegas hotel mogul. Encore Beach Club just opened this summer, Memorial Day 2010, and is the newest Las Vegas hotspot.  It’s luxurious, fashionable, and a favorite of the “in” crowd. There are 8 luxury bungalows with their own bathrooms, and the lower level bungalows have a jacuzzi. Relax in the pool with a cocktail on one of their over sized lily pads, or poolside on a daybed.

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Rehab Party at the Hard Rock Hotel

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Rehab Party at the Hard Rock Hotel

2. Rehab – The Hard Rock Hotel

This is Las Vegas’s original pool party. It has more of a Spring Break vibe, loud music, and has been newly renovated. The Hard Rock has pool parties for every day of the weekend and then some- check out SKAM Saturdays and Relax Monday (as you might guess, a more “relaxed” vibe than Rehab).

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Wet Republic Las Vegas

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Wet Republic Las Vegas

3. Wet Republic – MGM

MGM’s pool is an enormous (53,00 sq. feet) adult only pool complex. There are 2 salt water pools, private dipping pools, a 2,400 sq. foot ultra lounge dance floor, 10 Deluxe Cabanas, and 6 VIP bungalows with king daybeds, flat screen TVs, blue ray DVD players, fully stocked mini fridges, XBox 360s, private spas, limited access, and separate bathrooms. Individual cocktail, bottle and pitcher service is available. MGM supplies pool guests with a food menu of salads, iced seafood platters, and finger foods. If you need to catch up on some work or feel like doing some online shopping while lounging in a cabana or bungalow, there is WiFi throughout the pool area.

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Aria Las Vegas

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Aria Las Vegas

4. Liquid Pool – Aria

Aria is a smaller venue that plays more Top 40 music than the typical Las Vegas house music. There are 16 cabanas and 35 daybeds. Aria has seen a lot of celebrity visitors this past summer.

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Tao Beach Las Vegas

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Tao Beach Las Vegas

5. Tao Beach – Venetian

Tao Beach is a smaller rooftop pool and lounge at the Venetian. There is a nice South Beach vibe to the smaller pool and a European vibe to the larger pool. Guests can enjoy the full service restaurant, VIP lounge, outside terrace with strip views, inside bar, and tropical outdoor bar and lounge. Staff is prepared to pamper – sunglasses cleaning, body misting and masseuse services are available. The Bali atmosphere sets the mood for the night with 14 foot tall fire columns, exotic decor, and house music.

Best Pools in Las Vegas - The Palms Las Vegas - Ditch Fridays

Best Pools in Las Vegas - The Palms Las Vegas - Ditch Fridays

6. Ditch Fridays – The Palm

“Ditch Fridays” is a party for those who ditch work on Fridays to get the weekend started with a party. DJ Skribble plays house music while guests lounge in daybeds or one of 27 cabanas. The Palm made things interesting this summer with a treasure hunt with a pirate ship in the pool and circus party with live animals. This crowd typically arrives late – get there early to skip lines and ensure admission.

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Bare - Mirage Las Vegas

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Bare - Mirage Las Vegas

7. Bare – Mirage

This European style rooftop pool and lounge is on the smaller side, but they still have 15 luxurious cabanas and several daybeds.

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Moorea Beach Club - Mandalay Bay

Best Pools in Las Vegas - Moorea Beach Club - Mandalay Bay

8. Moorea Beach Club – Mandalay Bay
This European style pool has a South Beach vibe, dipping pools, daybeds, private pavilion, poolside massages, and personalized attendants.

9. Sunset Pool – Wynn
This pool is reserved for Wynn and Encore guests only. There is a Cabana Bar, poolside gaming, a European Sunset Pool with three padded platforms, and private cabanas.

8Sep

Destination Weddings: Top Wedding Venues

1. Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch

Beaver Creek, Colorado

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch

The Ritz Bachelor Gulch is popular among couples who want a luxurious nature setting, and is especially popular during the winter months. The Ritz has a Wedding Advisor available, as well as a variety of possible venues:

  • The Smith Terrace is ideal for an intimate setting of up to 35 guests
  • The Mountainside Terrace has views of the National Forest and can accommodate up to 350 guests
  • The Beaver Creek Chapel seats 200, the Ritz provides shuttle transportation to and from the locale
  • The Skier Bridge Lawn is an outdoor setting that can accommodate 200.

2. Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

Paris, France

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

This wedding venue is old fashioned luxury, just steps from the Champs-Elysées with spectacular views of Paris. The on-site wedding specialist is available to assist in wedding planning.  A complimentary suite is available with venue booking (100 person minimum).

3. Auberge du Soleil

Nappy Valley, California

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Auberge de Soleil

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Auberge de Soleil

The Auberge du Soleil features Mediterranean style suites and maisons overlooking Nappa Valley. This site is perfect for those planning a weekend wedding. All guests can stay here and spend time together, and luncheons and cocktails can be held on site.

4. Vibiana

Los Angeles, California

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Vibiana, Los Angeles

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Vibiana, Los Angeles

This former Archdiocese cathedral features a white interior, vaulted ceilings, grand windows with skyline views, a marble grand stage.  There is an outdoor area available for the ceremony, cocktail hour, or reception.

5. Palazzo Sasso

Amalfi Coast, Italy

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Palazzo Sasso

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Palazzo Sasso

The Palazzo Sasso is a 5-star hotel on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. It is a 12th century villa built on the hill top village of Ravello, perched high on the cliffs above the Mediterranean.

6. Langham Hotel

Melbourne, Australia

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - The Langham Hotel, Melbourne

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - The Langham Hotel, Melbourne

This 5-star hotel on the banks of the Yarra River has a wedding package available, including an on-site wedding planner and 1 night complimentary stay in a bridal suite.

7. Halekulani Hotel

Oahu, Hawaii

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Halekulani Hotel

Destination Weddings - Wedding Venues - Halekulani Hotel

The Halekulani is the most luxurious hotel on Oahu, the liveliest of the Hawaiian islands. The Vera Wang Suite, personally designed by Vera Wang, features home decor from her collections and rare furnishings from Hawaii, the Pacific, and Asia. Every room in the suite overlooks the famous Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head.

7Sep

Travel Photography – Interior Design Photos

Travel photography can be used for interior design. These photos, taken from Travel Photographers, are examples of sophisticated travel photographs that can be displayed in the home.

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Wave Watching Rosh Hanikra Israel

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Wave Watching Rosh Hanikra Israel

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Trip to Portugal
Travel Photography – Interior Design Photos – Trip to Portugal

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Stilts in Sri Lanka

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Stilts in Sri Lanka

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Harbor Lights

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Harbor Lights

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Purdah

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Purdah

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Biking in Portugal

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - Biking in Portugal

Travel Photography - Inerior Design Photos - Britain

Travel Photography - Inerior Design Photos - Britain

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - On The Tracks

Travel Photography - Interior Design Photos - On The Tracks

3Sep

Travel Photography Tips

Consider these tips for taking photos on your next vacation!  Take photos that you can proudly display in wall galleries or individually spread throughout your home.

Travel Photography - Photography Tips

Travel Photography - Photography Tips

1. Research your destination’s best views and local attractions

2. Think about where in your home you would want to hang individual photos or where you would want to create a wall gallery.

3. Try an interesting or unusual angle. Go for higher ground and shoot from above, or crouch down to shoot from below to make the shot more interesting.

4. Get close up shots to reveal interesting details and composition.

5.  Shoot your subject off center. Try the “rule of thirds”  and place the main subject approximately one third away from the center of the photograph. This will capture interesting background objects as well as the person you are with.

6. Shoot a series of like shots (high to low, vertical, off center, off focus) for a wall gallery or hall display.

7. Frame your subject. Find scenery or objects that cast a frame around the person or subject you are trying to capture.

8. Take photographs immediately before or after sunset when the colors are most intense.

9. Show scale by placing something smaller in the foreground.

10. Consider background action and how it will affect your subject. Make sure any unwanted objects are not in the picture (cars, garbage cans, poles, people making weird faces or distracting from the main subject).

11. Look for opportunities to take funny photos.

12. Don’t do the same pose every time. We all take photos in front of locations to show we were there. Mix it up!

13. Don’t forget to take pictures with yourself in it.

14.  Look for scenes that represent the culture of your destination (people, vendors, streets, architecture, landmarks).

15. Look for lines that lead your eyes through the picture.

16. Play with camera modes. If you want to make a person stand out from the background, use “portrait” mode. This will reduce depth of field and make objects further away from the subject blurry. If you want to create depth of field, try using “landscape” mode.

17. “Stitch” your photos together. Sometimes a scene is too big to capture in one shot. Take several overlapping photos and then put them together on your computer at home.

18. Take advantage of the focus feature. When you press the shutter half way, the viewer will display boxes over people’s faces or over subjects it finds in the scene. Use this feature to ensure that your camera is focusing on what you want.

19. Use the flash in outdoor shots. If there is bright light behind your subject, the camera will think that the whole scene is bright. As a result, the camera will darken the picture to overcompensate. Using flash will balance the exposure.

20. Turn off the flash when you want to capture natural lighting. Dawn and dusk can produce brilliant colors, which the flash can ruin.

21. After taking a picture in color, try taking it in black and white. You will be surprised at some of the things that stand out in black and white and not in color.

22. The histogram is a horizontal bar graph that illustrates the dark and light tones in the picture. Vertical lines to the left demonstrate the dark tones, and vertical lines to the right demonstrate light tones. If the lines are running off the page, your photo may be under or over exposed.

23. Learn to choose proper settings for different lighting conditions. White balance is different in daylight than it is in indoor lighting. Choosing “Auto” is a missed opportunity in some cases. Play with settings like “daylight,” “cloudy,” “shade,” or “fluorescent.”

24. Look at pictures right after taking them and make sure you got the shot you wanted. You can always redo a picture on the spot, but you can’t always travel back and shoot again.

Travel Photography - Photography Tips

Travel Photography - Photography Tips