Gary Arndt

Gary Arndt

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3x North American Travel Photographer of the Year. Traveled to over 🌎 120 countries and all 7 continents. 📘📗📕 Download my FREE 100 page photo ebook!
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Up in the bell tower, overlooking the main square of Trogir, Croatia. everythingeverywhere croatia trogir unesco unescoworldheritagesite worldheritage worldheritagesite worldheritages

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Last summer while I was in Alaska, I took a day trip to the small community of Elfin Cove. It is a tiny fishing village which is pretty much only inhabited in the summer. On the flight back to Juneau, I had this spectacular view of the islands in the Alaskan Panhandle. alaska aerialphotography juneau landscapes seascapes landscapephotography everythingeverywhere

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A popular filming location for many western motion pictures, especially those by director John Ford, Monument Valley even has a location in the park named "John Ford Point." Many people mistakenly think that Monument Valley is a national park, but it is actually a Navajo Park controlled and operated by the Navajo Nation. Photos of the park’s world-famous panoramic views can be taken from the parking lot of the visitor center. Or for a more in-depth experience of the entire park, take a tour with a Navajo guide. You can explore Monument Valley and the Four Corners region by renting and driving an AlamoRentACar from Durango, CO or Flagstaff, AZ. AlamoDriveHappy MoreMemoriesPerGetaway ad

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A slot canyon located on Navajo land outside of Page, Arizona, Antelope Canyon may be one of the most photogenic places in the United States, if not the entire world. The light inside the canyon is simply incredible, and it is one of the few places where you want to photograph in the middle of the day when the sun is highest so you can capture the sun rays coming straight down. You can get to Page, AZ by renting and driving your AlamoRentACar from Durango, CO or Flagstaff, AZ. While in Page, you can also explore Glen Canyon and the majestic Horseshoe Bend in the Colorado River. AlamoDriveHappy MoreMemoriesPerGetaway ad arizona antelopecanyon navajo

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Though one of the smaller national parks in the United States, Bryce Canyon National Park is certainly one of the most inspiring. Technically speaking, Bryce Canyon isn't a canyon at all, but a natural amphitheater. The hoodoos in the amphitheater are erosional formations, which you can walk through on the many trails in the park. Sunrise in Bryce Canyon just might be the most spectacular in the National Park system. Rent a car from AlamoRentACar and drive to Bryce Canyon from Las Vegas, NV or Flagstaff, AZ. AlamoDriveHappy MoreMemoriesPerGetaway ad nps101 utah brycecanyon nps101 nationalparks

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Zion National Park is the one of the top attractions in Utah. Originally popularized and named by Mormon settlers in the region, today it is one of the most-visited national parks in the U.S. Zion Valley features some of the most stunning scenery you will find anywhere in the National Park system, including Angel’s Landing, the Great White Throne, Observation Point, and Cathedral Mountain. Fly into Las Vegas, book your AlamoRentACar and drive approximately three hours north to explore everything Zion has to offer. 
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5 Days ago
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The historic city of Ghent, Belgium.

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Skellig Michael was always one of my favorite places in Europe. Thankfully, I was able to go before Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released. Before Star Wars, few people knew about Skellig Michael and demand to visit was rather low. Since then, demand to visit the island has sky rocketed, but the number of available boats and seats hasn’t increased very much. Toss in the regular rain and weather cancelations which are a reality in that part of the Atlantic, and it is now become very difficult to visit. If you visit Skellig Michael (which I highly recommend) I suggest booking your trip well in advance, and possibly give yourself an extra day incase the boat is delayed due to weather. Also, even if there isn’t a delay, you will want to prepare for rain which is quite likely. If you’ve seen the new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, there is a whole lot more Skellig Michael, which means it is only going to get more popular, which means you probably need to double down on my advice in 2018. Ireland skellig skelligmichael everythingeverywhere unesco worldheritage worldheritragesite

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A nice place to have a beer and watch the sunset. ethiopia africa lalibela sunset everythingeverywhere

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The view from Cape Point, South Africa.

9 Days ago
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Happy World Heritage Day!! I began visiting world heritage sites almost immediately when I started traveling in 2007. My first stop was the Big Island of Hawaii where I visited my first world heritage site: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Over the last 10 years I’ve had the pleasure to visit 327 world heritage sites, and I’ve photographed and documented all of them (although in some cases, there wasn’t a whole lot to photograph). It is hard to pick just one world heritage site as my favorite, and if I gave you an answer it might change depending on my mood.

However, I don’t think you can go wrong with Petra, especially if you visit Petra at night. I’ve been there 3 times and I’d gladly go again. worldheritage unesco unescoworldheritagesite worldheritagesite jordan petra whs

11 Days ago
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A solitary tree at the Feynan Ecolodge in Jordan. jordan tree ecolodge

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Kimberley Bay in Papua New Guinea. There is a LOT of vulcanism in the region as you can see in this photo. The nearby city of Rabaul is under constant threat from volcanoes. That being said, the diving is fantastic. Perhaps the highest density of coral diversity in the world.

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Last October I visited the tiny island nation of Tuvalu. Tuvalu is the smallest country which is a member of the United Nations, with a population of less than 10,000. It is also one of the smallest countries in the world by area at only 26 km². I spent four days on the Funafuti atoll, which is the capital and most populated island in Tuvalu.

There isn’t a whole lot to do in Tuvalu. In addition to being tiny, it is also the least visited country in the world. The only way to reasonably get there is by an expensive flight from Fiji, and it is expensive because Air Fiji has a monopoly on the route.

The airstrip is right in the middle of the island with roads and people going over it all day long. When a plane lands, there is a big production with sirens and trucks to make sure that no one is on the runway. I took this photo when I rented a scooter one day and drove from one end of the island to the other. This is taken at one of the extreme ends of Funafuti where few people live. tuvalu funafuti pacific southpacific islands remoteislands

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I’ve been to Venice several times, but during one particular trip several years ago, I left the city on a cruise ship. Given how large the ships are, I had an eye level view of the tops of the towers and domes in the city. It allowed me to take a shot at this perspective which few people ever see. italy venice venezia stmarks veneto everythingeverywhere

16 Days ago
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In the city of Kyoto, Japan you can find the Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine which lies on the Inari mountain. It is the primary shrine to Inari, which in the Shinto religion is the god of industry, prosperity and success. The shine in Kyoto is noteworthy for the hundreds of orange tori, or gates, which line the path up the mountain. The tori are donated by businesses who seek good fortune. As the tori are made of wood, they are always being replaced and are always under construction. The shrine can be easily visited as there is a Japan Rail station at the base of the mountain. athomeintheworld awesome_earthpix awesome_photographers awesomeearth awesomeglobe TLPicks discoverglobe earthfocus earthpix exploretocreate fantastic_earth huffpostgram ItsAmazingOutThere livetravelchannel lonelyplanet nakedplanet natgeotravel ourplanetdaily travelawesome travelingourplanet wonderful_places bbctravel japan kyoto

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Český Krumlov is a town in the Bohemian region of the Czech Republic. The town and castle are almost 800 years old and today it is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the country after Prague. It can easily be reached by day trip from Prague, but it is worthy enough to actually spend a day or two in the town. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1992. athomeintheworld awesome_earthpix awesome_photographers awesomeearth awesomeglobe TLPicks discoverglobe earthfocus earthpix exploretocreate fantastic_earth huffpostgram ItsAmazingOutThere livetravelchannel lonelyplanet nakedplanet natgeotravel ourplanetdaily travelawesome travelingourplanet wonderful_places bbctravel czechrepublic czechia ceskykrumlov czech

18 Days ago
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The stunning Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, Ireland.

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One of my favorite cathedrals in the world is the cathedral of Cologne in Germany. Work began in 1248, but construction was halted for almost 500 years and it wasn’t finished until 1880. The cathedral is believed to hold relics from the Three Kings. Today it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. athomeintheworld awesome_earthpix awesome_photographers awesomeearth awesomeglobe TLPicks discoverglobe earthfocus earthpix exploretocreate fantastic_earth huffpostgram ItsAmazingOutThere livetravelchannel lonelyplanet nakedplanet natgeotravel ourplanetdaily travelawesome travelingourplanet wonderful_places bbctravel germany cologne cathedral

20 Days ago
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Have you been to Amsterdam? It is one of my favorite cities in Europe and I’m not alone in that assessment. One of the reasons I like it so much is that it has several of the best museums in the world, in particular the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum. Tell me what you love about Amsterdam? athomeintheworld awesome_earthpix awesome_photographers awesomeearth awesomeglobe TLPicks discoverglobe earthfocus earthpix exploretocreate fantastic_earth huffpostgram ItsAmazingOutThere livetravelchannel lonelyplanet nakedplanet natgeotravel ourplanetdaily travelawesome travelingourplanet wonderful_places bbctravel

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