Native American Ingenuity | Sharon Henry Blink and you'll miss it; the signpost for the Winterville Mounds just off the Great River Road in the state of Mississippi, USA. Totally unaware of what mounds were but in need of a leg stretch we entered the museum built into what looked
If you think Voodoo in New Orleans is black magic for devil worshipping, Voodoo doll stabbing and evil curses you are not alone. However, I've just been told to disregard those beliefs fuelled by TV and movies because, "that's far from the truth."
SWEET HOME ALABAMA | Sharon Henry We’re cruising Highway 10 through Rutledge, Alabama. I've developed a thing for water towers; something whimsical about those lofty tanks have me scrambling for a camera every time. Water towers are soooo American, they punctuate the rolling landscape
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 guessing all along
A Photographic Tour of New Orleans’ Oldest District | Darrin Henry There are many reasons to visit the French Quarter in New Orleans, this famous city has long been on Sharon’s bucket list; the Voodoo angle tickles her fascination as she’s a fan of
NEW ORLEANS PARTY STREET | Darrin Henry It has become clear during our visit to New Orleans not everyone approves of the nightlife hotspot, Bourbon Street, which blazes a neon trail of bars and strip clubs through the middle of the famous French Quarter.
Going Under The Sea Without Getting Wet | Sharon Henry Watching fish is scientifically proven to be therapeutic, no matter the size of the tank. Standing behind this massive glass window (19 x 8.5 metres) of a six million gallon tank watching manta rays
The Olympic Dream Is Over | Darrin Henry We've had more beggars approach us during our first full day in one of the world’s richest countries than we've had during our six week visit to Southeast Asia. It’s completely taken us by surprise.
Talladega National Forest, Alabama | Sharon Henry I didn't realise this Talladega National Forest, is bear country. If that fact had been known earlier I'd bet my bottom dollar we wouldn't have come. Statistically the chance of a bear encounter is 1 in 1.2 million
VISITING THE NEW WORLD | Darrin Henry I can't shake the feeling that World of Coca-Cola Museum Atlanta is actually a very clever marketing ploy – we’ve paid to get in to let them tell us how great their product is, then in turn be