About

About Journey Photographic

Journey Photographic is an evolving collection of travel photography, anecdotes, and other tidbits from my journeys around the world.

Journey Photographic started as a way for me to show my travel photos to family and friends; it has evolved as a place to share them with the larger world.

This blog is updated three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays), although occasional interruptions to that schedule do occur.

Portfolio

You can find my portfolio (including non-travel work) at erinstonestreet.com

Navigation

In addition to the normal blog structure, you can also find all the travel pictures under their country tab in the header bar.Β  I do occasionally post non-travel pictures, which can be found under the ‘Other’ tab.Β  Happy browsing!

Prints

Yes, I do sell prints – leave a comment or drop me an email at erinstonestreet (at) gmail (dot) com for details.

145 thoughts on “About

  1. Just letting u know i have been doing my sibling duty of checking ur pictures frequently. And might i say they are very pleasant πŸ˜‰

  2. Oopsie Mamushka, Covent Garden – how did u take this picture? it looks like u would have had to of been standing on something high and we all know that wouldnt happen. But a very nice photo all the same

  3. As always E, love your work hopefully sometime soon mine will be up and running πŸ˜› and I’ll link your site in along with Basil’s. Keep adding the pics!!!
    L

    • Hmm. Will see if there is anything I can do about that…

      (You may want to check if the email notifications are showing up, since I can’t see you on the list. Possibly this is another feature which does not translate across to the mobile version well)

  4. Just found you via Freshly Pressed. These are amazing pictures! You must travel nonstop! Thank you for sharing with those of us who don’t get to explore like you do. πŸ™‚ And Congrats on the well deserved Freshly Pressed!

  5. So glad I found your site – stunning work. You capture essence and mood so well. I am definately adding you to my blogroll.

  6. Exquisite work. I love the drama and intensity that come through your lens! I’m delighted to find you through Ted Griffith and will look forward to exploring and learning from your photographic gifts and your world-traveling insights! Cheers,
    Kathryn

  7. Thank you very much for following my blog, Journey Photographic, you have some wonderful images here and great stories behind them, would love to feature some of them in No-mad… LetΒ΄s talk!!

  8. Thanks for the follow, I am honored! I’ve taken a look around your place, and Iook forward to studying your fine work.

  9. Thanks for dropping by my blog. Our blogs are so similar in terms of contents and structure! Because of the opposite color theme we’ve used, it looks like they are the day and night version of the same blog!

  10. Thanks so much for visiting blog. I hope you visit again soon! I look forward to taking a look around your blog and seeing where your travels have taken you! Blessings, Robyn

  11. Thanks for coming along and choosing to follow my blog. Really appreciate the support and encouragement and hope you won’t be disappointed. Looking forward to viewing the world through your blog!

  12. Erin, I’m delighted you stopped by my blog as your visit led me back to your blog and wonderful work! There are so many incredibly wonderful photos here. I’ve spent just the past 10 minutes looking through and could have left likes on all I’ve seen. The puffin alone just blew me away πŸ˜€ I decided to post here to let you know you have a new follower! And many thanks for your likes and follow as well.

  13. Journey Photographic thank you so much for adorning my blog with a follow, it is great to be able to welcome you aboard. If you have any suggestions just let me know. Now for a tour of your own blog, have a great weekend, MM πŸ€

  14. Hi! Thank you so much for visiting and following my blog! I’ve enjoyed reading your recent posts and watching photos, a wonderful travel blog! I’ll be following! πŸ™‚

  15. great work… love the water towers! as a former new yorker, now living in Asia, and soon to be again (relocating back to New York in the summer) they add so much to the character to the city!

  16. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and following it πŸ™‚

    Enjoyed your style of photography and it was really nice browsing through your images.

    Have a great time πŸ™‚

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