“This photo was taken in the early 90’s. I am the Pink Panther and the Michelin man’s hybrid in the middle. I still wonder if that visit to the ski resort was a last minute decision, because that’s the only explanation I can find for our outfits. My mom is now 71 and she always wears trousers, what on Earth made her think a leather jacket and a skirt would be a proper outfit for the snow? And what about my dad– did he have all his snow clothes in the washing machine? Have you seen those sunglasses? My eyes are bleeding.”
(submitted by Veronica)
A great place to stop and enjoy the scenery.
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(submitted by Dave)
“Our family trip to Japan ended in a professional photo shoot to commemorate the trip. This was the result.”
(submitted by Serena)
This is why you visit Zacopane.
(submitted by Sue in the UK)
(submitted by Nathan)
“Went on a trip to the Foz de Iguacu, which is Brazil’s version of Niagara Falls. There, as with most touristy places, you can take a photo in front of a green screen on which you are later super-imposed against the falls. This photo left by previous visitors caught my eye because it’s so incredibly awkward and un-politically correct (the thought of tossing a woman in a wheelchair over the falls), but I guess I kind of admire the couple for their very offbeat sense of humor.”
(submitted by Rhys)
This beach was known for its views.
(submitted by Cassandra)
“That’s me and my cousin Alex at the age of about 8 years old at the Marquette Ore Mine. This photo was taken on one of our many summer visits to my grandmother’s home in Michigan. Poor Grandma was running out of fun activities for us to do during these long summer visits.”
(submitted by Megan)
One of them really wanted to go.
(submitted by Emma)