Gary Arndt

Gary Arndt

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3x North American Travel Photographer of the Year. Traveled to over 🌎 120 countries and all 7 continents. 📘📗 Download my FREE 100 page ebook!
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Gary Arndt

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A suspension bring in the mists of Yakushima Island, Japan. Yakushima is a place where you will find few foreign visitors. Located an hour ferry ride south of Kagoshima, which is the southern most city in Japan’s four major islands, it is a place which has a special place in Japanese culture. The top of the island is old growth cedar forests which are often covered in clouds. The island was the inspiration for the 1997 animated film Princess Mononoke by Hayao Miyazaki. It is also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. EverythingEverywhere worldheritage worldheritagesite japan yakushima unesco mountains bridge fog mist

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Mont Saint Michel, Normandy, France🇫🇷🇫🇷 everythingeverywhere france montsaintmichel worldheritage worldheritagesite unescoworldheritagesite unesco

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Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria. Commissioned by the Mad King Ludwig, it was used as the inspiration for Cinderella’s Castle at Disneyland. everythingeverywhere germany deutschland bavaria bayern castle

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Saglek Fjord in Torngat Mountains National Park, Canada. everythingeverywhere explorecanada parkscanada beautifuldestinations canada exploreNL fjord mountains parcscanada

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Inside the Map Room in the Vatican Museum. everythingeverywhere worldheritage unesco vatican rome worldheritagesites museum

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The canals of Ghent, Belgium. everythingeverywhere belgium flanders canal europe

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Early morning walk on the Charles Bridge in Prague. everythingeverywhere prague beautifuldestinations czechrepublic worldheritage unesco worldheritagesites bridge morning

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Colorful homes on the hillside of Jalousie in Port-au-Prince Haiti. everythingeverywhere haiti shareyourhaiti

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Peyto Lake in Banff National Park, Alberta everythingeverywhere alberta explorecanada worldheritage unesco travel instatravel travelgram Worldheritagesite explorealberta travelalberta mountains

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Waterfall in Milford Sound, New Zealand.

When I visited Milford Sound it had been raining the previous 24 hours. That meant that water was streaming everywhere down the walls of the sound. There must have been 100’s of water falls, and the large ones like this were flowing at full blast. everythingeverywhere newzealand worldheritage unesco travel instatravel travelgram Worldheritagesite waterfalls NZMustDoRealMiddleEarth

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View of the Eiffel Tower from Trocadero in Paris, France. everythingeverywhere worldheritage unesco paris france beautifuldestinations worldheritagesites vivalafrance

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First view of the Taj Mahal. When you visit the Taj Mahal you turn a corner and pass through a gate and this is how you see it the first time. everythingeverywhere india incredibleindia tajmahal unesco travel instatravel worldheritage worldheritagesites vacation explore

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Taken last week outside of Whitehorse, Yukon while on a snowmobile. Temperature was -10F/-23C when I took the photo. Needless to say cameras do not work optimally at that temp. everythingeverywhere yukon exploreyukon explorecanada canada mountains winter travel instatravel

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Aerial photo taken last week from Kluane National Park in the Yukon. everythingeverywhere exploreyukon yukon canada explorecanada mountain mountains worldheritage worldheritagesites unesco winter worldheritagesite

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A solitary tree in the Namib Desert of Namibia. everythingeverywhere namibia ‪sharemynamibia worldheritage worldheritagesite worldheritagesites desert africa unesco‬

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I’ve been up in the Yukon the last several days exploring the region around Whitehorse in the winter. Today we are going to Haines Junction, Yukon to do a flight seeing tour of Kluane National Park. This is my 3rd time visiting Kluane and I’ll never pass up an opportunity to visit. It, along with Glacier Bay NP and Wrangell-St. Elias NP in Alaska form the largest ice field in the world outside of Greenland or Antarctica. This photo is from my 2013 trip to Kluane. everythingeverywhere yukon parkscanada exploreyukon aurora360 explorecanada canada worldheritagesite worldheritagesites worldheritage unesco

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If you drive down the Baja peninsula all the way to the bottom, going even past the southernmost town of Cabo San Lucas, you will find “Land’s End”. It is a natural formation which I had a pleasure of seeing one morning when I woke up on a ship. If you would like to see Land’s End for yourself, you can win a trip to Los Cabos or Puerto Vallarta from @VisitMexico. 
All you have to do is post or repost your best shots from Mexico and tag them with both MexicoLove andContest to enter for a chance to win a trip to Los Cabos or Puerto Vallarta. US residents only; 21+ yrs of age. Ends 11/30. Click link in @VisitMexico’s bio for official rules and full details. everythingeverywhere mexicolove contest mexico

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The Great Ocean Road is one of the top attractions in Australia, and the Twelve Apostles is the highlight of the Great Ocean Road. Unfortunately, there aren’t really 12 of them anymore, and given the nature of the sandstone pillars and how quickly they erode, no one knows how long they will be around. everythingeverywhere australia victoria greatoceanroad 12apostles twelveapostles seeaustralia

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I’ve had people think that this photo was taken in Thailand. Actually, it was taken on the other side of the world in Alaska! everythingeverywhere nationalparks kenaifjords nps alaska nationalpark nationalparkgeek nationalparkservice

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Starting today I’ll be taking over the Instagram account for @allianztravelus (give them a follow). This week will be featuring famous Landmarks of the World. There will be images, stories, and interesting facts about some of the most iconic places on Earth. Today’s image is of one that should be instantly recognizable by most people: The Colosseum in Rome (also and originally known as the  Flavian Amphitheater). Completed in the year 80, the Colosse m has stood for almost 2,000 years as one of the largest structures in Rome. Originally covered in marble, much of the covering marble was used for other constructions projects, including St. Peter’s Basilica which was built in the 16th century. Pro tip: watch out if you get your photo taken with the men dressed as gladiators. They can gouge you for money and the operation is run something akin to organized crime. everythingeverywhere rome italy colosseum unesco worldheritage worldheritagesite worldheritagesites travelhappy sponsored

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