You’ve seen them. Those picture perfect travel photos that look like they were ripped straight from the pages of National Geographic.
I’ll bet you something right now. The photographers who took those stunning photos aren’t traveling with little kids.
Check out this article for some tips on taking great travel photos with children in tow.
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Merida, the capital of Mexico’s Yucatan, is famed for being a cultured, vibrant colonial city. Founded in 1542 by the Spanish, the city has a ton of history and amazing 18th century architecture. It’s also a stone’s throw from the port and beaches of Progreso and Celestun, the lovely yellow city of Izamal and the Mayan ruins of Dzibilchaltún and Uxmal.
Come along with me as I take a photo journey through Merida’s Santiago neighborhood in the old Centro area of the city…
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My world was once black and white. Then, one day, I stepped onto a plane that went half way around the world.
Everything changed. Now, when I’m asked why we travel, it’s hard to explain in words. I’ll let the colors tell you…
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