Esplanade at Burleigh, Queensland, Christmas 1932

Location: Burleigh Heads, Queensland

Description: Esplanade at Burleigh, Queensland, Christmas 1932. The Esplanade at Burleigh Heads crowded with tents and cars during Christmas holidays, 1932. Tents have been erected along the road and on the beach, turning the Esplanade in to a camping site.

View this page at the State Library of Queensland hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/77111

beach, campground, camping, christmas, holidays, tenting, vintage image
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Christmas Camp at Sandgate

Group of young men camping at Sandgate over Christmas, 1904, near Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Group of young men camping at Sandgate over Christmas, 1904

  • Location: Sandgate, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  • Description: Photograph includes: G. Webb, R. Buchanan, R. Helen?, P. Bertwistle, ? Johnson.
  • View image at the State Library of Queensland: hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/125513

Sandgate is a coastal suburb in Brisbane, Australia, 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) north of the Brisbane central business district. The town became a popular escape for the people of Brisbane in the early 20th century. – Wikipedia

camping, christmas, holidays, vintage image
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Christmas Lights on an Airstream

Christmas Lights on an Airstream - rendered using Akvis Sketch

Image rendered using Akvis Sketch

Derived from a photo on Flickr which has Some rights reserved by foqus

camping, holidays, RV, travel trailers
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Great Sand Dunes–A Video!

This was our first trip to Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve.  We got there on September 22, 2015, traveling from the westernmost part of Oklahoma’s panhandle, and left on September 24, heading to Mesa Verde National Park. In the morning of the 23rd, we hiked through  aspen and evergreen forest on part of Mosca Pass Trail.  Later in the day, we ventured across the sand flats into the lower dunes.

Class C, Colorado, desert, destinations, forest, hiking, landscape, mountains, photography, video
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Minnie Winnie

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Winnebago Minnie Winnie motorhome about 0.8 miles from Rainbow Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, October 7, 2015

Winnebago Minnie Winnie motorhome  about 0.8 miles from Rainbow Point,
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, October 7, 2015

Winnebago Industries started as a travel trailer manufacturer in 1958 in Forest City, Winnebago County, Iowa. The first Winnebago motorhomes were produced in 1966, selling at about half the price of competitors.

In 1973, the company introduced a new model, the Minnie Winnie Class C motoerhome, built on the Dodge B-series van chassis. This model continues (using Chevrolet or Ford chassis after 1980) to this day.


  1. Image editing to enhance the photo closer to what the eye “saw.” Images in this series are selected and posted within a few days or weeks of being edited.
Class C, motorhomes, mountains, parks, photography, post-processing, RV, RV manufacturer, Utah
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