TrekEarth - explore the world through photography
August 20, 2003 5:48 PM   Subscribe

TrekEarth - learning more about the world through photography. Wander around on this site - it's very cool. (via Jazzcafe's Blog)
posted by madamjujujive (11 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
stunning imagery of fascinating subjects. what the hell were you thinking, juju?
posted by quonsar at 6:51 PM on August 20, 2003

What a great site! Thousands of professional quality photos, and a thriving, interacting community. This is very cool.
posted by eddydamascene at 7:36 PM on August 20, 2003

Very nice! Every day I am grateful that I live here. Well, 10 minutes drive away, anyway. Also about 20 minutes drive from here.
posted by dg at 8:00 PM on August 20, 2003

damn. that is a good site.
posted by oog at 8:10 PM on August 20, 2003

cool photo I came upon posted by gottabfunky, apparently an entry made today. Great photo!

dg, both shots are you have a guest room? ;-)
posted by madamjujujive at 9:14 PM on August 20, 2003

VERY cool, but I was a little disappointed in how the map worked - I clicked on Alaska, close to the artic circle, and the results page gave me photos of North America. That's too broad a result set. Still, much fun, lots to browse, thanks again mjjv!
posted by jonson at 9:15 PM on August 20, 2003

[this is good]
posted by plep at 11:37 PM on August 20, 2003

Sorry, madamjujujive - all full up :-( Here are some more photos to show what you are missing, though.
posted by dg at 11:49 PM on August 20, 2003

Fountains Abbey. Great.
posted by plep at 11:56 PM on August 20, 2003


Forever in your debt, madamjujujive. Gonna spend all afternoon browsing this site.
posted by garyh at 6:26 AM on August 21, 2003

im all tapped out on front pagers today... (much to the relief of some i'm sure) ....

this is an extraordinary online exhibit ... photography related
posted by specialk420 at 5:31 PM on August 21, 2003

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