The FBI, Homeland Security, and law enforcement agencies throughout the US are documenting the activities of citizens and visitors in a national database of suspicious behavior, which they deem could be the precursor of criminal or terrorism activities. Ned Levi has examined the NSI program, and found that far too often, the actions of the general public and travelers documented in the database, wouldn’t be considered suspicious at all, by a reasonable person.
Ned Levi has four new year’s resolutions for travelers which can enhance their sojourns. Ned wishes everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous new year.
Last week, Ned Levi wrote about making great wildlife photos with long lenses when you travel to view and photograph wildlife in far-flung areas of the world. This week, Ned writes about wildlife travel safety, and has 11 tips to help you stay safe while out viewing wildlife in their native habitat.
More and more travelers are traveling great distances to journey on trips primarily to see and photograph wildlife. Ned Levi has some tips and technique suggestions to help travelers use those long telephoto lenses on DSLR cameras we’re seeing more and more all over the world.
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Taking an innocent snapshot in a public area may get you in trouble, even if photography is allowed. It almost landed Ryan Miklus behind bars when he flew from Phoenix to Reno with his parents recently.
Ned Levi relates a couple of tales of boorish adult behavior in museums, and suggests those who exhibit churlish behavior in museums modify that behavior before their next museum visit.
Ned Levi reports first hand about the security breach which occurred Sunday at Amtrak’s Philadelphia 30th Street Station. No gate agent or security were assigned to the 5:15am Regional train to New York.
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The San Diego Wild Animal Park, Photo Caravan Safaris offer a great opportunity to directly interact, see, and photograph wild animals in their natural surroundings in safety, for adults, teens, and kids over six. They are a “blast!”