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Travel and Event Photo Blog

Travel and event photoblog of Berlin based photographer Adam Vradenburg. 

Lost in Amsterdam

The 'Lost in Amsterdam' title image is somewhat fitting, as I often got a bit turned around in a light, slightly-panicked jog, trying to catch what colour the faint sunlight could provide. I needn't have worried, it's not as if Amsterdam shuts up shop and goes dark in the evening. 

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The Colourful Streets of Reykjavik

Reykjavik is northernmost capital in the world, however due to its "sub-polar oceanic climate" it is only the fifth coldest capital, on average. Walking around the city you wouldn't guess you're so far north, the city is colorful and the people are so warm you might think you're closer to the equator than the arctic. 

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Highlands of Iceland

Before heading to the South Coast of Iceland, we spent a few days in the Highlands. There are plenty of highlights in the south but the Highlands were so spectacular, we wanted to stay longer. Hiking in Landmannalaugar is like being on another planet.

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South Coast of Iceland Highlights

The south coast boasts many of Iceland's highlights, but as a result it is also one of the most popular destinations for tourists. Fortunately there are some hidden gems and some lesser known spots close to the main attractions so you can enjoy some spectacular nature without the chattering masses and buzzing of drones. 

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People Make Glasgow

Anyone who has visited Glasgow already knows that "People Make Glasgow". It's nearly impossible to order a round at the bar, without striking up a conversation with someone. Just reading the slogan you might think it's catchphrase to compensate for less than picturesque cityscape. On the contrary, the city has plenty of beautiful spots. 

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Skiing in Zillertal, Austria

For 5 days straight there wasn't a cloud in the sky, which is great for sunning on the patio outside the chalet but doesn't provide much variation for taking photos. I never get tired of seeing the mountains though, even after a long drive with traffic and lots to organize, it's always worth it. 

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Water Bussing it in Venice

See Venice and die, the saying goes. Yes, see Venice and die of old age waiting for your flight at the Marco Polo Airport is the origin of the phrase, I believe. The phrase is actually "See Naples and die", and the frustration of going through the Venice airport is a hefty but comparatively small price to pay for such a beautiful city.

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