A Wee bit of a “Tropical flare for direction”. This photo was sent to us by Mitzi McGarr Kinsey from Greeley, Colorado. On a recent trip to the British Virgin Islands, Mitzi and her husband Charles thought this photo was quite appropriate for the mood. While relaxing and being away from the cold weather at home, they were wondering “What’s on the agenda for today”!
This beloved photo showing two young kids marveling at the aquatic fantasy before them, is nothing less than priceless.
Both photos were sent to us by Paul Scopel of Sedona, Arizona. He is also a travel writer and photographer for YMATD. The two children shown in the photo above are Paul’s grandkids.
Paul Scopel’s wife photographed him trying to figure out which novel Hans was reading at the time of the pose.
This two toned red and white flower photograph was taken on Hawaii’s Big Island at the botanical gardens. Its vibrant colors seem to explode and saturates your visual sense. This has to be one of my favorite floral shots that I have been introduced to in a longtime.
This fabulous photo was submitted By Mitzi McGarr Kinsey from Greeley, Colorado.
The fishing village of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua is tucked away in its own secluded bay. The photo was taken from a hilltop resort that overlooks the bay. The sunset and the lingering clouds reflecting off the pool’s glass like water is nothing less than magnificent.
The photograph was sent to us by Ralph Hewitt from Texas who is now a permanent resident of this quaint little town.
This breathtaking view of the Seren del Grappa valley shows how beautiful Italy really is. It was explained to me that the Pano – Seren Caupo Valley is home to the cities of Rassai and Fonzaso.
The photograph was sent to us by Loris Scopel – who is one of YMATD’s followers from Northern Italy.
Note; Don’t hold me to the exact location and/or description of the photograph. I don’t speak a bit of Italian and my translation could have been misinterpreted.
This particular picture was taken on Playa del Carmen’s beach with the turquoise waters of the Caribbean as a perfect backdrop. This was truly a Kodak moment.
This photo was sent to us by Ron Kohl of Cape Coral, Florida.
Mitzi McGarr Kinsey from Greeley, Colorado again submits another Kodak moment.
We had so many entries submitted that it was virtually impossible to fit them into one Photo Expo edition. So we decided to make room for another segment. We are anticipating the second edition the be published sometime around the later part of February or beginning of March 2017.
I want to give a special “Thank you” to everyone who put forth the effort to send us their pictures. It is always exciting to see all the great photos. If yours didn’t make either one of the editions, don’t be discouraged. Always keep an eye out for unexpected opportunities that could present themselves at any given moment. We keep all the pictures submitted in a file and on occasion use one or two of them for social media support or other miscellaneous announcements – credit is given to the originating photographer.
Photo Layout & Formatting: Anthony Scopel
Author: Photographer’s Descriptions
Photography: Announced Along Side Photographs
Associate Editor: Maureen Scopel
Technical Mastering & Support: Matt Kemper
Pictured right is the south end of Estero Island, Ft Myers Beach, Florida