Tag Archives: #FriFotos
This week’s #Frifotos theme over on Twitter is uniforms. At left is a tourist cop in Negril, Jamaica–back in 2009, when they were first introduced on the island.
On the right: A Rastafarian who caught my eye with his “cultural uniform” at the annual Peter Tosh celebration in Belmont, Jamaica.
Postcard: Motion at dawn on Lake Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand (#FriFotos)
It’s hard to believe that a trip I looked forward to for months is now over!
I was in New Zealand for two glorious weeks, attending Travel Classics–an annual travel writers’ conference. It was my first and the perfect time in my writing journey to sign up. Unlike most conferences, writers have to apply by submitting recent clips. Once accepted, they meet with travel editors from top publications–including, this round, National Geographic Traveler, Travel + Leisure, Sierra and more–and have one-on-one consultations. There are also daily workshops, lunches and dinners with editors and peers.