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PHOTOGRAPHY AFTER DARK | Darrin Henry We all end up taking night pictures at some point. Obviously without daylight we have to get creative to capture the scene but with a little practice night pictures can be fun and return some

GATEWAY TO THE WEST ON BUDGET | Sharon Henry For a city nicknamed 'Gateway to the West' we found St Louis, Missouri surprisingly quiet, it wasn't quite the thoroughfare the name suggests. At first glance it looked a vibrant metropolis, with

Anheuser-Busch And The Budweiser Story | Sharon Henry I can't explain my excitement for this Budweiser tour, it's not like I'm a big beer drinker but it's been brewing since this morning's coffee. For starters, we're getting free beer samples. We

Tales on the Mississippi | Sharon Henry It’s not every day you meet someone who witnessed ground breaking history; the last speech of Martin Luther King in 1968. Here’s how the story unfolded. "Life in Memphis is good, man," Ron tells us,

JUST SAYING HELLO | Sharon Henry The day we met artists from Baton Rouge. We love meeting and talking to people on our travels. They give first-hand insight into their part of the world and culture stamping authenticity to the places

A DAY IN THE HOME OF THE BLUES | Darrin Henry We’ve been out all morning exploring Memphis, Tennessee. After mostly walking the riverfront and chatting to a few people, we stopped for lunch alongside the very wide Mississippi river. Lunch

A DAY IN THE HOME OF THE BLUES | Darrin Henry Memphis, Tennessee! It just rolls off the tongue with the warm familiarity of a favourite song - even though this is my first time here. The very name is as

A DAY OUT IN VICKSBURG, MS | Darrin Henry Armed with our tourist map (plus Google Maps) and bottles of water strapped to our backpacks, we lock the car and set off to “do Vicksburg” with surprising enthusiasm for 7am. We

AMERICA'S GRAIN ESCALATORS | Darrin Henry Driving through the vast farm lands in Mississippi, USA, up ahead is yet another cluster of fat, silvery steel cylinders. The corn silo poking out from the green carpet of corn fields has kept us