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Greg Goodman
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photographic storyteller >< traveler >< online marketer >< mets fan

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Check out my new interview with Huge-IT, where I talk about photography, travel, inspiration, living my dreams, and traveling with family.
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»» NEW PHOTOS & STORIES FROM LAOS
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Imagine a field of intricately carved demons, snakes, monkeys, gods, tortured souls, heaven, hell, and Buddha.

"It’s like Tim Burton’s imagination threw up on a little plot of land."

Weaving through this bizarre landscape is a steady flow of foreign, local, and monk tourists … each with a camera in their hands.

Such is life at Buddha Park in Laos, where abandoned Buddhist and Hindu statues find a new life — and where visitors are left wondering, “what the heck did I just see?!”

Now, let's explore Buddha Park via photography, storytelling, and a detailed history of this exotic destination.

#laos #asia #buddha #buddhism #archeology #statue #southeastasia #travel #landmark
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When I travel, my favorite street food is ______!

#food #streetfood #traveler #thailand #grill #bbq #travel
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Dad Tip —» When you put your toddler down to photograph the golden hour, shoot quickly and be ready to run. You'll be amazed how far he's gotten in just a few seconds!

#sunset #naturephotography #sunsetphotography #santacruz #california #trees #nature #pachamama
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NEW PHOTOS & STORIES

Bursting out of the desert like an oasis of glass and steel, Dubai's Burj Khalifa stretches 2,722 feet above the city skyline. That's nearly half a mile!

Now, let’s journey to Dubai and explore the story behind all 160 stories.

#skyscraper #dubai #building #skyline #cityscape #uae
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When your driving behind a photographer friend and he suddenly pulls into a driveway alongside a major road and hops out, there's only one thing to do ... grab your tripod, jump over the fence and join him in a beautiful vineyard to capture the day's final colors.
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Mobius Arch
Alabama Hills

It was a cloudy night in the Alabama Hills. After taking a series of photos of the Mobius Arch against the starless sky, I packed up my camera and tripod to leave. 

Then, just as I began to walk back to my car, I noticed that heavens were parting and the Milky Way was coming into view. Naturally, I unpacked and spent the next two hours making long exposures. 

The light in the back of the arch was provided by an external flash with a warming gel - set up by another photographer working by my side.

#landscapephotography   #stars   #astralphotography   #californiaphotography  
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Northwood Golf Club
Monte Rio, California

"Get out of bed and grab your camera," my wife exclaimed. "The sunlight is beautiful on the river."

With those words, I sprung from a deep sleep and hopped into the car: wiping sleep from my eyes as we headed down towards our favorite beach. However, before arriving, I noticed a dense fog hovering above the local golf course with sunlight shining through the trees. As you can see from this photo, I decided to stop. 
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Have you ever seen anything like this? 

It's called Devils Postpile National Monument - located near Mammoth Mountain in California. These unique and natural columns were formed roughly 100,000 years ago: thanks to volcanoes and lava flows.

Also interesting is that the Postpile was once a part of Yosemite National Park - but the discovery of gold in 1905 near Mammoth Lakes prompted a boundary change that left the formation on adjacent public land.
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Mount Whitney
Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California

In one of California's most beautiful contrasts, the snow-capped White Mountains stand tall above the red rock desert known as Alabama Hills.
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