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5 Top Tips to Help You Travel More Sustainably

For a growing segment of the global population, being able to experience new places and see different parts of the world is becoming one of the most popular pastimes. For several decades the travel and tourism industry has experienced rapid growth across the world, and this trend is predicted to continue increasing as greater numbers of people in different countries are becoming more financially able to explore. A strong example of this has been the upwardly mobile Chinese middle class and this is likely to be replicated in other growing middle class segments of the world population such as in India and the Middle East.
There are a number of different possible benefits brought about by this trend, such as an increasing sense of interconnection between different nationalities and groups of people, that in turn has lead to higher levels of trust and peace. As well as this, travel and tourism now amounts to a significant proportion of global employment and is can create greater prosperity…

A Moment Caught in Time with a Camera Makes the Memory Last Forever

I have been interested in photography for a long time and have had a digital camera since 2004. Unfortunately I have not changed this 5.1 megapixel, Sony DSC-P100 camera since then, so this will be one of the first big purchases I'll make once I have some spare cash.

Despite my dated compact digital camera, I still enjoy trying to get the best image I can and my camera has served me well over the years. It has been across the world with me and has survived various drops and knocks. Sony definitely makes tough tech which is designed to last!

Taken in Sora, Italy in December 2012
I'm on Flickr and have recently got back into sharing my photos online. Check out my Flickr profile and add me and comment if you have a spare moment.
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“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever... it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

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