Where To Go
TRAVELcandies is primarily a photo gallery, dedicated to all the restless and wild, the globetrotters, the curious, the fun-loving and the adrenalin junkies out there, who expect more from living than just working.
Traveling is something, everyone loves.
But while working hard or while bringing up our children, we sometimes forget, what it means to conquer new worlds, to meet different people and to feel free as an eagle.
I love traveling, as it brings the perfect balance between working hard, being permanently in a rush and just doing nothing, wasting my time with senseless activities. I love to conquer the different continents and countries by my own and the only things I need, are the knapsack on my back, my wife on my side and my camera over my shoulder.
Photographs can last forever. Year after year, they´ll keep the remembrance of what you´ve seen and felt and watching those photos after a couple of years again and again, brings you back to those places, where you´ve been. They´ll let you escape for a short time from work, from stress and all the hassles, that come with life.
I´m still young and there are still hundreds of places, I wanna see and hopefully will be able to see before I die.
Give TRAVELcandies a bit time for loading. At the moment there are more than 5000 hires photographs online and I will update this site periodically, at least 3 times a year with dozens of new images.
If you wanna know more about TRAVELcandies, just visit our brandnew blog TRAVELcandies-On-Tour.
Here you’ll find any information about why and how we travel, as well as travel articles and lots of tipps & tricks.
We’ll introduce you to our TRAVELvehicle and share informations about our equipment and how we use it
and of course we’ll keep the blog up to date with new blog posts.
Every photograph on TRAVELcandies provides you with all the necessary exif-data like GPS-coordinates, country, city and sublocation as well as some camera-infos.
When watching the images, the desired infos are displayed at the bottom of the page. Simply right click the GPS-coordinates and a) search with google, b) use “Jeffrey´s Exif Viewer” for chrome, which is available in the Google Web Store , c) copy the coordinates and paste them into Google Maps or just save the desired image with a right click and extract the coordinates out off the name of the image.
. Have fun and enjoy!