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Gary Arndt  Mpls 3x Travel Photographer of the Year. @GAdventures Ambassador 🌎Over 130 countries and all 7 continents. Download my FREE travel photography ebook!

Jungfrau is one of the most accessible glaciers in Europe, and probably the entire world. The glacier can be reached by taking the Jungfrau express, which is a train which goes through a 9k tunnel cut through the mountain which takes you to the top at Jungfraujoch.
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The Jungfraujoch train station is the highest in Europe at 3,454 m (11,332 ft)).
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The train ride is extremely photogenic until the tunnel, when it becomes entirely black. I was shocked at how popular Jungfrau had become, especially with tourists from China and India, where they market it extensively. ⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Have you been to Venice? It is one of the most beautiful places in the world. I last was there on a photography tour I ran with @gadventures
I will be announcing my next tour soon where you can travel with me and get hands on travel photography instruction.

Where would you like to go?

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High up in the Tien Shan Mountains near Lake Song Kul, Kyrgyzstan.
Photo taken on my Central Asia tour with @gadventures
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Located in the Andes Mountains of Argentina is the town of Purmamarca. It is the home to a stunning geological formation known as the Seven Colors Hill. The color of the hill is the result of a complex geologic history which includes marine sediments and mountain uplifting. Each layer is a different type of rock which includes clay, mudstone, sandstone, and limestone. The colors come from different deposits of lead, calcium carbonate, and iron.
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The rocks are part of the Quebrada de Humahuaca UNESCO World Heritage Site. ⠀
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I often tell people that the best time to visit Yosemite National Park is in late April and early May. The snowmelt means the waterfalls are at full power, and the summer tourist season hast started, so the crowds aren’t huge.

Yosemite is unquestionably one of America’s greatest national parks, but to really experience it you have to find a time when the crowds are minimal.

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I first visited Notre Dame back in 1999. It was the first real European cathedral that I ever visited.

I've visited it several times since then, most recently in 2015.

There is an incredible amount of history in this building. It was where Napoleon was crowned Emperor of the French (not of France).

It contained priceless works of art and some of the best-stained glass in the world.

Moreover, it was one of the most iconic and best-known buildings in the world, and certainly in France.

It will be rebuilt and it will take years and hundreds of millions, if not billions, of Euros to complete.

I will back to see and photograph it when it is done.

This isn't the first cathedral to suffer such a fire, and even though it doesn't happen very often anymore, it probably won't be the last.

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Today’s image was taken in Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, which is directly across the border from Glacier National Park in Montana. The building in the photo is the Prince of Wales Hotel, which is one of the most iconic national park hotels in Canada.

I’ve been on the road the last week, quite literally.

I drove from Minneapolis to Cincinnati and back for a conference and along the way visited several national park service sites. I didn’t post much on Instagram because I was behind the wheel of a car most of the time.

I’ll be home again for a stretch before starting my travels again next month. It should be quite a busy summer for me, I should get close to visiting all 61 national parks in the US. I’m pretty close to my goal.

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One of my favorite places not only in Ireland, but all of Europe, is Skellig Michael. ⠀
You are probably familiar with it as the place where Luke Skywalker lived in the two most recent Star Wars movies. It is a real place, and was originally inhabited 1,200 years ago by ascetic monks who were looking to get away from civilization. ⠀
They couldn’t have found a better place.

Since Star Wars has come out, demand to visit Skellig Michael has increased quite a bit. It isn’t the easiest place to visit. Boats only visit during the summer months, and it frequently rains which can result in cancelation of trips. If you want to visit, it is now best if you reserve a spot on a boat at least several weeks in advance.

It is well worth the effort to visit as it is one of the most remote and rugged places you will find in Europe.
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It is amazing how temporary things can sometimes come to define a city.

The Eiffel Tower in Paris was originally not meant to last beyond the World’s Fair. It was scheduled to be torn down and the metal used for scrap.

Likewise, this mural of Leonard Cohen on the side of a building in Montreal, was created in a relatively short period of time after his death. Since then, it has quickly become one of the defining features of the Montreal skyline.

This photo was taken this week on Mount Royal, the feature which gives the city of Montreal its name.
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#everythingeverywhere #explorecanada #mtlmoments #quebecoriginal #montreal #quebec #canada

If you were to ask people to name a mountain range in the United States, most people would say the Rocky Mountains, or maybe the Appalachian Mountains, or even the Sierra Nevada Mountains. In fact, if you do a Google search on “mountain ranges in the untied states”, you’ll find that most people only list those three ranges.
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However, there are however other mountain ranges that most people forget. One of the ranges is unknown because on a small fraction of Americans have ever laid eyes on it. It is the Brooks Mountains in Northern Alaska.
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The Brooks Range is home to Gates of the Arctic National Park, which is the northernmost and one of the least visited national parks in America. It is also has some of the most stunning scenery of any national park in the country.
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The only way to really visit the park is by float plane as there are no roads, trails, campsites, or visitor centers inside the park boundaries. ⠀⠀
#everythingeverywhere #alaska #nps #nationalparks #nationalpark #nationalparkgeek #gatesofthearctic #findyourpark

This winter has gone on way too long. We are supposed to get another 12” (30cm) of snow this weekend here in Minneapolis.
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That is why I have mentally checked out to some of the islands in the Pacific. I took this photo on the island of Funafuti in the country of Tuvalu.
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Tuvalu is one of the smallest countries in the world, both in terms of population and land area. There are a bit under 10,000 people in the whole country. I spent a whopping 4 days there, and there really isn’t a whole lot to do. Watching the sunset was the highlight of my time there.
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I also want to give a shout out to everyone at my alma mater, Appleton East HS in Wisconsin. @appletoneastpatriots I was there this week to receive an alumni award and I got a chance to meet with many of the students and teachers. I know a bunch of them started following me on Instagram. Go Patriots!
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The 7th photo in this series is from Paradise Bay, Antarctica.

One of the great things about going to Antarctica is seeing all of the different ice formations. They are infinite in variety and every trip there is different. I was amazed that ice could be in some of the shapes which I saw.

It wasn’t just the shapes, it was also the colors. The different shades of blue and white were things that you don’t see outside of polar regions.
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I went to Antarctica back in 2012 with @gadventures and I’m looking forward to returning in the future.

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