Gary Arndt

Gary Arndt

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3x North American Travel Photographer of the Year. Traveled to over 🌎 120 countries and all 7 continents. 📘📗 Learn to take travel photos like the pros
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A salt caravan in the Danakil Depression of Ethiopia.

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I’m in Denver today to spend a week storm chasing around the plains with @tempesttours. I’ve never actually seen a tornado before, let alone a super cell, so this should be fun. We end the trip in Nebraska for the eclipse. This photo is of perhaps the most extreme clouds I’ve seen. It was taken last year in Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan.

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Evening in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

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Fundy National Park in New Brunswick isn’t just home to some of the highest tides in the world, but also some amazing scenery inside the park as well. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper ExploreCanada canada newbrunswick ParksCanada

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Perhaps the most unique landscape I’ve ever encountered was in Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta/NWT. It is the largest national park in North America by area and the 2nd largest one in the world. Its landscape is an almost endless expanse of lakes, ponds, meadows, and stands of forest, all jumbled together. Also, don’t forget to checkout my images over at @allianztravelus where I’m taking over their Instagram account this week. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper UNESCO worldheritagesites worldheritage ExploreCanada canada alberta mountains  explorealbertatravelalberta ParksCanadaSpectacularNWT

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First view of the Treasury at night in Petra, Jordan. I will be taking over the Instagram account over at @allianztravelus for the next week. Follow their account and check out some of my best images. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper jordan petra UNESCO worldheritagesites igtakeover allianz

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The wild and rugged windward coast of the island of Dominica.

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The Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia.

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The incredible island of Mont St Michel, France. Sunset over Mont St. Michel, France. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper France UNESCO worldheritagesites sunset

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Namibia is, and always will be, one of my favorite countries.

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I don’t know if Nahanni National Park is the greatest national park in the world, but if someone were to say that, I wouldn’t argue with them. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper parkscanada nationalparks nationalpark ExploreCanada canada spectularnwt nahanni northwestterritories parkscanada ParcsCanada

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Storm clouds forming in the Val de Nuria in the Catalonia Pyrenees. One of my favorite places on Earth. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper Spain catalonia catalunya mountains clouds girona costabrava

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Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is a little visited park, but one of the most stunning. What makes it stunning isn’t its size, like the Grand Canyon, so much as how steep and dramatic the canyon is. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper nationalparks nationalpark nps nps101 blackcanyon colorado

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The astronomical clock of Prague.

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The Kananaskis Country of Alberta is located just south Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. It has much of same beauty which can be found in Banff and Jasper, but with significantly fewer visitors. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper 
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I suggest you ignore TLC and go chase waterfalls. What is your favorite waterfall?

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I’ve been to a lot of places in this world, but I can say I’ve ever been anywhere quite like Sable Island. My trip there with @adventure.canada is something I’ll remember for a long time. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper 
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Back from Sable Island and I have so many photos to share.

If you aren’t familiar with it, I suggest doing a bit of research because it is such a magical place. The island is approximately 20 miles long and a half mile across. It is like a giant smile or a crescent moon in the ocean, totally made on sand. There is almost nothing there other than sand, horses and grass. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper 
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I finally have wifi after a week on a ship visiting Sable Island.Sable Island is an Island 100 miles off the coast of Nova Scotia which is known for its wild horses and 100’s of shipwrecks. Many more photos to come.

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The beauty of Queen Charolette Sound in New Zealand newzealand queencharlottesound travelgram

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Icebergs from my visit to at Torngat Mountains National Park in Newfoundland back in 2015. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper canada canada150 canada🇨🇦 explorecanada newfoundlandandlabrador parkscanada

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Today, July 4, is the day we celebrate the Independence of the United States. But is July 4 really the right date? We pick July 4 because it is the date that the Declaration of Independence was passed in 1776. However, a resolution of Independence was passed 2 days earlier on July 2, 1776. At the moment, it was that resolution which was considered to be the bigger deal. John Adams wrote to his wife Abagail on July 3 that he thought July 2 would be celebrated. However, while July 2 or 4 may have created de jure independence, it didn't really change affairs on the ground. Large chunks of the country were still occupied by the British, including the first capital of the United States, New York. In modern terms, we often associate independence with recognition by other independent countries. In that case, the first time the independent US was recognized by another country occurred on November 16, 1776, when the American ship Andrew Doria arrived on the Caribbean island of St Eustatius. The ship's captain, Isaiah Robinson fired a 13 gun salute to the fort, one for each of the 13 states. The Dutch commander of Fort Oranje replied with an 11 gun salute, as the protocol was to reply with 2 guns less in an acknowledgment of a sovereign flag. The first country to semi-formally recognize an independent United States was.......Morocco. In December 1777 Moroccan sultan Muhammad III listed the United States on the list of countries to which their ports would be open to shipping. Frace provided an explicit recognition of the US on February 6, 1778. Salutes and recognition are all well and good, but de facto independence didn't occur until the Revolutionary War was over. That occurred on October 19, 1781 when General Cornwallis surrendered at the battle of Yorktown. Even though the fighting had stopped, Britain still claimed sovereignty over the 13 states. That wasn't formally resolved, and British recognition of American independence didn't occur until the Treat of Paris which was signed on September 3, 1783. July 4, however, is the date that stuck. As soon as 1777 celebrations occurred on July 4, not July 2.

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Tomorrow I’m heading to St. John’s, Newfoundland where I’ll be embarking on a ship with @adventure.canada to visit Sable Island National Park. Sable Island is technically part of Nova Scotia and is one of the newer national parks in Canada. It is also very difficult to visit. There are only a few ships which go each year, This photo is of Cape Spear, the easternmost point of North America. It was taken on my last trip to St John’s. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper canada canada150 canada🇨🇦 explorecanada newfoundlandandlabrador parkscanada

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Another highly under visited place is Sukhothai, Thailand. The former imperial capital of the Siamese Empire, it is located inland between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Sadly, it doesn’t get nearly as many visitors as it deserves. When I was there the place was almost empty. I liken it to a smaller, better kept version of Angkor. There are many small temples which can be found on the well groomed grounds. Renting a bike is a popular way to get around as it is not quite small enough to explore of foot.

I always recommend to people visiting Thailand, especially those going to Chiang Mai, to stop for at least one day in Sukhothai. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage sites. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper unesco worldheritage worldheritagesite worldheritagesites thailand

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Nahanni National Park is one of the greatest national parks in the world. Full stop. I’ve been to a lot of them, and I can say that without any reservation. The waterfall shown in the photo is Virgina Falls which is one of the largest waterfalls in the world. It has a water flow on a par with Victoria Falls in Africa. Nahanni is so amazing it was listed as one of the first 12 world heritage sites in 1978 along with Yellowstone and the Galapagos Islands. Nonetheless, only about 800 people visit Nahanni each year. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper unesco worldheritage worldheritagesite worldheritagesites nwt SpectacularNWT NorthwestTerritories parkscanada nationalparks nationalpark ExploreCanada

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Tea in the desert of Wadi Rum, Jordan. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper unesco worldheritage worldheritagesite worldheritagesites jordan

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The Grand Canyon is one of the wonders of the world. Have you been? EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper nationalparks nationalpark unesco worldheritage worldheritagesite worldheritagesites nps nps101 grandcanyon grandcanyonnationalpark arizona

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The view after sunset on Caye Caulker, Belize. belize everythingeverywhere

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Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick. Home of the world's highest tides. canada150 canada

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The Höga Kusten (High Coast) bridge in Sweden. It is the gateway into the High Coast UNESCO World Heritage Site which I've spent the last two days visiting. Check out my IG stories for more, including eating the world's smelliest fish last night! högakusten unesco worldheritagesites worldheritagesite unescoworldheritage sweden

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Archways inside the Agra Fort, India. It is a UNESCO world heritage site just a few kilometers from the Taj Mahal. india incredibleindia unesco worldheritage worldheritagesite worldheritagesites agra

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I'm off to Sweden today where I'll be for the next two weeks! This photo was taken during my last trip to Sweden in the town of Fjällbacka in the western part of the country. sweden

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Kluane National Park in an incredible national park which contains part of the largest ice field in North America. Much of the park is glaciers and mountains, so it is inaccessible by most people. One of the best ways to explore the park is to do so by air on a flight seeing tour. Kluane is one of the few places in the world where you can see rivers of ice of this size. Together with Glacier Bay National Park and Wrangell-St Elias National Park in Alaska, they form one of the world’s largest UNESCO World Heritage Sites. EverythingEverywhere TLPicks BBCTravel LiveTravelChannel traveldeeper nationalparks nationalpark explorecanada parkscanada yukon canada canada🇨🇦

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