What next?

by Jon Sullivan - 2020-02-14

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The question was asked, what's the next big trip after Belgium.

Hopefully someplace where a week makes sense. All these big two week trips really cut into my vacation time. But obviously someplace where photography can be a priority. One problem is that I'm generally terrified to go places outside my tiny comfort zone. I admire travelers brave enough to just go roam the cities and countryside. I'm not one of those. So I guess places with lots of civilization and English speakers.

Mexico - One trip for food/archaeological stuff. One trip for tropical paradise.

Scotland - Seems like I should?

Northern lights - I've only seen them once in Montana. Need more.

African safari - Mostly for animal photos.

Angkor Wat - Amazing enough that I should go.

Lofoten/Faroe Islands/Iceland - And hoping I'm not too late as it seems to be overrun.

Hawaii - Might have to do several trips here.

New York/Washington DC - Too much here to not visit.

Cinque Terre, Italy - Because photos.

Rome - So many bucket list photos here. Also food.

Yellowstone and Grand Tetons - I've been here, but need to go again.

New Zealand - Pretty sure I can find something to photograph here.

And other things I need to photograph that will require travel, such as lightning, plants, animals, food, markets, etc. None of which we have in San Diego.

And places I've been, but need to return to : New Orleans, London, Dublin, Canada, PNW.

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