It was a postcard cycling trip in Puglia. I’m by no means an expert cyclist and didn’t want to carry the usual 10 kilos of camera equipment. So… packing only an iPhone (with Exolens super wide angle and telephoto attachments) and an old Canon G12 Powershot camera I documented the adventure. Gorgeous country, very interesting people and will definitely do more iPhoneography.
Just south of Function Junction is one of Whistler’s interesting hikes. In 1956 a PGE (Please Go Easy) freight train crashed in a rock cut. Three box cars loaded with lumber were jammed in there, blocking the line. The Valleau logging family took a couple of their D8 Cats down to the site and dragged the cars up the track into the forest where they lie today.