For Americans like me who have an innate desire to travel the world, it is sometimes nice to be reminded of the extraordinary sights to be seen right here in the good ol’ USofA. As a nation, we don’t have thousands of years of history behind us that other destinations may have, but we still have plenty of spectacular cities and magnificent landscapes to experience.
If you follow the blog, you know that Curtis Hustace has a gift for capturing these fascinating experiences on film. When he is not teaching photography classes in the Artist Loft onboard Marina, he is zealously exploring both the ship and her ports of call to document each moment of his journey. Above you see his photos of the Santa Fe Train Depot in downtown San Diego, one of Marina’s recent destinations. Below is a more modern contrast in the NBC building, as well as a great shot of a San Diego trolley.
Of course, San Diego offers endless opportunities for beautiful photos of the bay.
For those of you who have traveled with Marina on her inaugural sailings, or for those of you who have not yet had the pleasure, or for those of you who simply enjoy Curtis’ photos, you’ll be happy to hear that he is putting together a DVD slideshow. It will encompass all the photos of his 90-day journey onboard Marina from Genoa to San Francisco and then all the way back to Barcelona. The DVD will also include some wallpapers for both PC and Mac. For one more sneak peek, take a look at the beautiful shot of Marina in Cabo San Lucas below:
Thank you Curtis for sharing your amazing journey with us. If you are interested in his DVD, contact information is below, and of course, keep checking the blog to see more of his fabulous photos!
Email Curtis at firstname.lastname@example.org. DVD’s are $34.95, including shipping worldwide.
Curtis Hustace, CH Photography/Video
P. O. Box 27, Inglefield, IN 47618