Scenes in silhouette are shrouded in drama and mystery, and more than a drop or two of romance.
I love them for what I don’t see as much as for what I do.
Sure you can see more when it’s light, but perhaps it’s the darkness that inspires the imagination.
Take a moment to look at the following photos, and you tell me….. don’t you want to go?
3. Men repair a decaying arch in the Ananda Temple in Bagan, Myanmar
4. Two vervet monkeys watch the sunrise near my tent in Tarangire, Tanzania
5. Rain, clouds, not to mention the vultures in the acacia, make this sunset on Masai Mara in Kenya especially dramatic
6. Two giraffe enjoy the shade in the middle of a hot afternoon in Tanzania
7. A ice-blue sunrise at Abu Camp in Botswana
8. Camels on the massive salmon-colored dunes of the Sahara desert in Morocco
9. One of the most extraordinary sunsets of my travels in Kenya
10. The fog rises over Inle Lake just before sunrise in Myanmar
11. Balloons fly high over the Masai Mara at sunrise in Kenya
12. A lone bull giraffe under the fading light of a Kenyan sunset
13. Cut out from the background like paper dolls, travelers and locals cross the Ubein bridge in Mandalay, Myanmar
14. A man paddles through the extensive floating gardens in front of our hotel, the Villa Inle, on Inle lake in Myanmar
15. An Ibis and his friends wades in the shallow waters of the Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge at sunset on Sanibel Island in Florida
16. A slash of color streaks over two acacia on the vast plains of the Masai Mara