Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #92: Going Back – the Second Time Around

We’re delighted to have John Steiner of Journeys with Johnbo as our guest host. John wants us to focus this challenge to sharing images from our previous travels. “If you visited a favorite place more than once, how did you approach the second trip photographically?”

Here is my take on:

During our second time visiting the Grand Canyon, we stayed a few days longer then we did the first time. The first time, we were able to drive around on our own. During our second time visit (a decade later), tourists were asked to park their cars and take buses. We joined the sunset bus tour one evening and witnessed the stunning sunset scenes that we missed the first time.

We have visited Colorado Rockies a few times mostly in summer. Going back in fall 2017, we saw all the aspen trees were turning in gorgeous yellow.

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It took us a long while to go back to the Yosemite National Park. We did a long hiking the first time, but took more photos the second time.

The Huntington Beach is a fun beach. My first visit was a solo trip. Going back with hubby, we both had fun watching the surfers. I was glad I brought my canon and the 300 mm lens with me.

Going back to Hawaii, I enjoyed watching the island gradually waking up and the colors of the sky changing every few minutes.

John shows us how he approaches the second trip photographically. Click here to visit John’s Going Back. Looking forward to seeing your response. Be sure to link to this post and to use the Lens-Artists TAG.

Here’s LAPC schedule for the rest of April:

 

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