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January 11, 2001. I coughed in the ancient Italian cathedral. Loudly. It was the kind of cough that goes on and on; the persistent itch you can't get rid of and if you try you just end up making it worse. Inside San Miniato’s stone walls, my coughs echoed throughout the

 I took this photo last week, on a late afternoon walk on the Palm Beach lake trail into West Palm Beach, Florida. This Giant Kapok Tree was planted in 1887 and is a landmark to walkers-by and boaters alike, and I was taken by its delicate silhouette against the urban

 Somewhere along the winding roads of Tuscany, this photo was taken. I was on the back of a speeding vespa with one hand held firmly around the waist of an Italian boy and the other furiously snapping away, trying to get the perfect shot that represented the countryside in summer.After

With so much of the US under a blanket of snow I couldn't resist...     Somewhere on the Beagle Channel, all the way down at the southernmost tip of South America, are an outcropping of little islands filled with seals. On this day towards the end of October, snow

Everyone knows that adventure sports are all the rage in New Zealand. But sometimes, life is best lived at a slower pace. Kayaking to Hahei's spectacular Cathedral Cove on the Coromandel Peninsula is the perfect balance of both.***To contribute to the "Snapshot of the Week" feature, please review the submission

It's cold, it's rainy, and I'm bored, so it's time to start gearing up for my vacation in paradise. Here are some of my favorite Cancun photos. (at least, since I've had a digital camera.) I'm having some trouble putting space between lines, so please bear with me as I