Where's Josh Been?

My friend Josh gave me a keyring at my leaving party with instructions to photograph it in an many places as possible whilst travelling. Here are the results so far in chronological order.

Part 1: USA
Part 2: Whistler Mountain
Part 3: Canada and Alaska
Part 4: New Zealand
Part 5: Australia, Hong Kong, United Kingdom
Part 6: California

BEHIND THE SCENES

Part 1: USA
Josh makes his way across the states (and a little bit of Canada) during the summer of 2011.


The Christian Science Church in Boston, Massachusetts, taken on my second day in America.


Glens Falls, New York during a midsummer shopping trip with the Serbs.


Metres from my doorstep in the beautiful Long Lake, New York.


An unusually drab Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts during my return visit to Martha's Vineyard.


The gingerbread cottages of Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts.


The Ice Cream & Candy Bazaar in Edgartown, Massachusetts, where I worked in 2010.


A dark train carriage on the way back from a wedding in Tarrytown, New York. Shut up, it still counts.


A huge intersection near the southern perimeter of Central Park in New York City, New York.


Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the declaration of independence was signed.


Baltimore, Maryland's inner harbour.


The Capitol Building in Washington, District of Columbia.


The sunny promenade between Santa Monica and Venice in Los Angeles, California.


The top of San Francisco, California's famously bendy Lombard Street.


One of the many bridges crossing the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon.


Atop the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington.


Looking west towards the Burrard Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia.


Part 2: Whistler Mountain
Josh rides every chairlift on Whistler Mountain (except Franz's Chair, which is never open) in a single morning in February 2012. I tried to avoid riding with other people to prevent the awkward questions, but it wasn't always possible.


First, I uploaded from the village via Fitzsimmons Express.


I connected immediately with Garbanzo Express.


Next, I skied down Enchanted Forest ■ and Lower Whiskey Jack  to reach Emerald Express.


From there, Orange Peel ■ and Pony Trail  lead me to Big Red Express.


The Peak Express was a short ski down Headwall .


I skied down Matthew's Traverse , Burnt Stew Trail  and Jeff's Ode To Joy  to reach Symphony Express.


A different section of Burnt Stew Trail  lead me to Harmony Express.


Finally, I skied Pika's Traverse , Upper and Lower Whiskey Jack , and Upper Olympic  to reach Olympic Chair.


Part 3: Canada and Alaska
Josh explores Canada's western provinces and beyond during the spring of 2012.


The ferry terminal at Horseshoe Bay, British Columbia.


Nanaimo, British Columbia's harbour.


Long Beach during low tide, just outside the beautiful surf town of Tofino, British Columbia.


A roadside café in Ucluelet, British Columbia.


Victoria, British Columbia looking very blue-skied.


Squamish, British Colombia during a pilgrimage to Walmart.


Amusingly-named non-town Chilliwack, British Columbia.


Kamloops, British Columbia soon before my bus stopped functioning.


First glimpse of the Rockies at Golden, British Columbia.


Downtown in scenic Banff, Alberta.


The banks of the Bow river overlooking Calgary, Alberta's central business district.


The Legislature Building in Edmonton, Alberta.


Dawson Creek, British Columbia, the official starting point of the Alaskan Highway.


Not much to see in Fort Nelson, British Columbia.


Looking down on the wonderful Dawson City, Yukon from the peak of the midnight dome.


Gimmick town Chicken, Alaska soon after crossing the border.


The Santa Clause House in horrible North Pole, Alaska.


Main interior town Fairbanks, Alaska.


Downtown in Anchorage, Alaska.



Whittier, Alaska's beautiful harbour.


Very little happening in remote Yakutat, Alaska.


State capital Juneau, Alaska near where the cruise ships dock.


Wet Ketchikan, Alaska.


The railway to Canada in Bellingham, Washington.


Part 4: New Zealand
Josh experiences the Southern Hemisphere for the first time during 2012-2013.


Carlaw Park in Auckland.


The "Beehive" parliament building in New Zealand's capital Wellington.


Baldwin Street is the steepest street in Dunedin and the world.


New Zealand's only French colonial settlement, Akaroa.


Arthur's Pass was named after someone called Arthur.


Outside the hot pools in Hanmer Springs.


Not much happening in Geraldine.


Ridiculously blue Lake Tekapo.


Marginally less blue Lake Pukaki.


Bob's Peak overlooks beautiful adventure town Queenstown.


Literally nothing worth seeing in Frankton.


The beach at Wanaka.


Franz Josef of Franz Josef Glacier fame.


Lake Brunner on the wild, wet West Coast.


How did it take me this long to get a photo of Christchurch?


Looking down beautiful Kaikoura's tourist strip toward the mountains.


Josh returns to his homeland briefly in April 2012.


The Brisbane waterfront.


Ipswich, Queensland's fancy pants post office building.


Hong Kong's incredible skyline from Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Island.


Unspoiled seaside town Southwold.


Orford at dusk.


The famous London Eye in Birmingham (just kidding, London).


The two Joshs are finally reunited in hometown Ipswich.


Europe's sixth busiest container port, Felixstowe


Josh road trips around California in the summer of 2013.


Tiny beach town Carpinteria.


The impressively long pier of Goleta.


Boulder-hopping playground Lizard's Mouth.


Perfect in every respect Santa Barbara.


Generic seaside town Cayucos.


Looking inland towards Hearst's Castle.


Big Sur's rugged coastline.


Beautiful and nauseatingly-affluent Carmel.


Lanky palm trees line the boardwalk at Santa Cruz.


The Google world headquarters at Mountain View.


Stunning Emerald Bay at Lake Tahoe.


Boring state capital Sacramento.


Topaz Lake, Nevada from the balcony of a nearby diner.


Distant oasis Mono Lake.


Mindblowing Yosemite National Park.


Have you ever wondered how I manage to capture these incredible images? Well stop wondering, and start looking at the cold hard facts.






If I get enough of these photos, I will start a new project entitled "Where's 'Where's Josh Been' Been?"

2 comments:

  1. As great as is this I think Josh missed one little trick, he should of put two photos in the keyring, one with a sad face and one with a happy face. This way Josh could review each scenic location, the results of either the happy or sad face could be published and analysed. I can picture many useless graphs and hours of wasted time spent on excel.

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  2. No hour spent on excel is a wasted hour

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