Welcome to the Travel Forums

Why join TravelBlog?

  • Membership is Free and Easy
  • Your travel questions answered in minutes!
  • Become part of the friendliest online travel community.
Join Now! Join TravelBlog* today and meet thousands of friendly travelers. Don't wait! Join today and make your adventures even more enjoyable.

* Blogging is not required to participate in the forums

Photo Of The Week - August 22 2012 (Claudonwheels)

Photographer - Claudonwheels: A nomad who has found a way to make travel his lifestyle.
3 years ago, August 22nd 2012 No: 1 Msg: #160244  
B Posts: 10.5K

Claudio Derungs
I am a nomad that has been traveling in Europe Africa and the USA since I was a teenager. I have made traveling into my lifestyle rather than going for for periods of time to a certain destination, I travel and If I find a place that I especially like I will stay and explore it and live there for a while. I have build myself a little house on wheels and taken my little bus through 3 continents so far. I build  my bus back in my home country Switzerland and drove first to Africa where I spent about a halve a year in the north west of the continent.  Morocco, Algeria, Niger, Burkina Faso, Togo... full info
JoinedJuly 29th 2012Trips0
Last LoginAugust 9th 2014Followers1
Photos300Forum Posts1

Nominated by:
RENanDREW: "would like to nominate the first photo for its natural foxy-ness..."

Seconded by:
D MJ Binkley: "They are on the move and more difficult to catch. I like the clarity of the photo."

Home and Away: "Love the colors."

Seen any great photos you'd like to nominate? Photo Of The Week - nominations
(Published within the previous month, by bloggers with four or less

Previous winners: Photo Of The Week Reply to this

3 years ago, August 22nd 2012 No: 2 Msg: #160256  
Love the photo. Congratulations on photo of the week! Reply to this

3 years ago, August 22nd 2012 No: 3 Msg: #160259  
Thank you for the recognition of the Photo. This fox-den has been used for some years and is easy to reach if you know where to look. I had been trying to find it for a few hours without success and passed by it before without seeing it. I was lucky later in the afternoon to catch the first fox coming out. It was a wonderful experience to watch the five fox pups appearing from their den one by one. At first they where just laying around lazily but after a while started to romp around with each other. I was able to get within a about 50 yards from the den and even after they noticed me they where not bothered and kept on playing. I got some wonderful shots and a few more of them are posted on my website. http://cderungs.com/Images/Traveling/Yukon/Northern%20Life/index.htm Reply to this

Tot: 0.346s; Tpl: 0.009s; cc: 13; qc: 40; dbt: 0.3116s; 1; m:jupiter w:www (; sld: 2; ; mem: 1.4mb