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"Life's an Adventure" Reader Photo Album
This month we've posted more inspiring images and trip recommendations in our reader photo album. Send us your best trip photos and they could be published in a future issue. Reported by Kaitlin Giannetti

April 2005's cover story, "The Adventures of Your Life: How to Fill All Your Days With Pure Excitement" (read excerpt >>), mapped out the best trips for each phase of life, from honeymooning to bonding with friends and family. Now we want to know yours. To continue building our online photo album and adventure community, we're asking readers to send us their best trip pictures, from all phases of life, and some helpful take-away tips.

For this third edition of the album, many of the photos we chose were from Adventure readers overseas. We chose a student shot from an Argentine alligator trip, a young man's journey through Kashmir, a family's bear-scare while road tripping in Alaska, and cross-cultural immersion in Morocco.

This is an ongoing project, so please continue to send us your most memorable travel photos. Selected photos could be published in the magazine at a future date. Thanks for sharing your amazing photos and adventures!

Submission Guidelines:
Send your photos and a trip description of 250 words or less.

Via e-mail:
(For digital images, send 72 dpi at 4x6.)
adventure@ngs.org, subject line: "Life's an Adventure" Reader Photo Album
Click here to submit your photos and trip description via e-mail >>

Via mail:
(Photos cannot be returned so please do not send originals.)
"Life's an Adventure" Reader Photo Album
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New York, NY 10018

Additional Excerpts
From the print edition, August 2005

• Instant Alaska: Four explorer-worthy fly-in trips.
Hell-Bent for the Arctic: Emerging Explorer Kira Salak takes the ultimate Alaska bike trip
The Map of Us All: Geneticist Spencer Wells's plan to use DNA clues to retrace the origin of humankind
Stalking One Very Cool Cat: Writer Paul Kvinta searches for snow leopards in India
There & Back: Mountaineer Ed Viesturs summits Annapurna
Pelton's World: Our man on the scene explains why he travels alone



August 2005

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