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The Colours of Burano Island: Venice, Italy

The Colours of Burano Island: Venice, Italy

 

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Tips for Photographing the Northern Lights

Tips for Photographing the Northern Lights

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Alaska Range From the Air: Denali National Park

Alaska Range From the Air: Denali National Park

 

It turns out diminutive five-seater planes and I don’t really see eye to eye. As we begin our bumpy ascent and the world starts to spin a little, I’m beginning to think that a scenic flight over Denali National Park in Alaska’s central interior was not such a great idea.

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Mount McKinley, Alaska: ‘The Mountain’

Mount McKinley, Alaska: ‘The Mountain’

 

It is known to the locals in Alaska as ‘The Mountain’.

Unfortunately, the chance of seeing Denali (Mount McKinley) in Alaska is only around twenty percent and many visitors leave the Denali National Park disappointed, having seen only the mass of cloud cover that keeps North America’s highest mountain hidden.

It is there, however: in all its 20,300 feet of snow-covered glory.

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Photo Essay: Hiking The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia

Photo Essay: Hiking The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia

 

If you’ve been following this blog for a while you will know how much I love being by the sea. And hiking.

So spending my birthday weekend with a few friends by the coast hiking the Cape to Cape Track in the South West of Western Australia seemed like one of my better ideas.

Plans were made, tents were hauled out of storage, supply lists were drawn up….we were good to go!

The weather, however, had other ideas.

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Photography Prints – Christmas Sale

Photography Prints – Christmas Sale

 

With Christmas just around the corner (5 weeks and counting, people!) and seeing as it has been a good while since I last had a sale on my photographic prints….I thought now would be the perfect time!

The print sale is exclusive to newsletter subscribers for my photography site www.cherinahadley.com but it is a piece of cake to subscribe if you wish to take advantage of this offer.

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Off the Beaten Track in South Iceland

Off the Beaten Track in South Iceland

 

It’s 10pm and I have been driving for over twelve hours, but glancing out across the lava fields in Southwest Iceland I could easily believe it was the middle of the afternoon.

It is early May and the midnight sun is ablaze, and with around 20 daylight hours who wouldn’t be out exploring Iceland’s vast wilderness at this hour?

 

I have spent the day (and most of the night, as it turns out) exploring a collection of geysers, waterfalls and lava fields that comprise a popular route northeast of Reykjavík known as the Golden Circle. This journey is often experienced as part of a whirlwind bus tour but is much more enjoyable by car at your leisure. Read more

Adventurous Travel: How to be a More Intrepid Traveller

Adventurous Travel: How to be a More Intrepid Traveller

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For the Love of Art: Italy and Paris

For the Love of Art: Italy and Paris

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Bringing Your Travels Home

Bringing Your Travels Home

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