Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday! We survived the typhoon quiet nicely here in Daejeon. Coastal areas of Korea were hit much harder. Now, guess what? Another typhoon is due to hit tomorrow and this one appears to be heading right for Daejeon. Time will tell if it strikes hard or weakens before it arrives. I’m booked to go to the beach. We’ll see what happens. As you can see the blog has gone through a redesign. I am still doing some work behind the scenes, but there should be no Travel Photo Thursday interruptions this week!
My photo this week was taken long before this blog was ever thought of, with my first digital camera. The camera was a Fuji Finepix, and it is still going strong. A friend of mine now uses it. I always loved this camera, and I think this photo of a Luxor sunset will show you why.
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A Luxor Sunset, 2004
Luxor was one of my favorite cities in Egypt. The ruins were just out of this world awesome. I very seldom take extended tours, but I did just that in Egypt. The tour was for 12 days, and we hit the highlights. Truthfully, it was okay, and I got to do some things that would have been difficult to do as a solo traveler. Camping in the desert comes to mind. However, it was simply too rushed, plus there were a couple of places that we went to that just made me shake my head. Why would a tour company take a group to a beach resort that has long been abandoned? That boggled my mind.
Here’s one more shot for today.
A desert view…
This is my 13th post in my personal challenge “Publish a post every second day in August”. If you missed post 12: Spain–A Bucket List Screaming to be Continued.
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