Some of those famous monuments are not as big as you think.
Here’s the photo that I think was missing from the beautiful HD shots of Paris. Not that this is Paris, mind you, but who says Disneyland isn’t beautiful? Cultural snobbery, that’s what it is. Just as interesting to parents of young travellers is the brief debate – is it worth is taking under five year olds to Disneyland because they “won’t remember it’? My vote is yes.
These are absolutely stunning photographs.
Photojojo have great photo ideas – love the idea of being Godzilla like over landmarks.
They are also giving away an Eye-fi SD card.
This update to Glubble could be a very useful way of arranging trip photos online.
Just a couple more digiscrapping freebies for travel scrapbooks….
HP have this great pdf of vintage looking travel postcards and tags.
Just So Scrappy have made the most gorgeous set of luggage tags from their “Boys will be Boys” kit. I don’t know how long this freebie will last (scroll to the bottom of the page for the download link, also check the earlier posts for more in the series).
Ok, this last one isn’t a freebie but at $0.50 it’s not going to break the bank either. This is a great paper called “All Mapped Out” and it’s made of vintage maps of the USA. Designer Digitals have some lovely travel kits if you have a bit of loose change burning a hole in your pocket.
Just came across these sites with some cool printables and digiscrapping resources for Disney Fans:
Walk With Us has some great word art for scrapping.
The Mouse For Less has lots of Disney themed download pages. They have travel journal pages for kids and adults, homework pages, luggage labels and more.
There’s a new app in town on Facebook and it’s all about making quick photo albums. Well, as quick as your browser will let you. Of note are two travel themes. Personally, I think the themes are a little bit cheesey. What is interesting is that it lets you add photos from your friend’s walls.