Her name is Seattle. She lives in Toronto. She travels the world. Two people can travel to the very same destination, follow in one another's footsteps for days at a time, view the same subjects through the lens of their cameras yet capture images that are decidedly worlds apart. That was my experience when I had the great fortune to meet and travel with talented photographer and travel blogger Seattle Dredge in Israel last October. When I viewed her photos from the same trip through Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and the Sea of Galilee, I was alternately impressed, moved and entertained. I know you will be, too. Seattle Dredge is a 26 year old travel blogger based in Toronto. For much of the time, Seattle travels the world solo, in her words, "in search of adventure and the perfect photo opportunity." Her blog, Seattle's Travels, is where she shares those adventures and inspires others to do the same. Yup, her real name is Seattle. Amboseli National Park in Kenya. The tribe was performing a traditional Maasai welcoming dance, and this woman was standing off to the side and watching. She had such a hard look on her face until she stepped into the crowd and began to sing, her features transforming completely. The photos after that were beautiful, but I couldn't help but favour the original sombre image." 4) Canadian Living: "And the quirkiest photo you've ever taken?" SD: "I had just returned from a two-hour reindeer safari through a snowy forest in Finnish Lapland with a Sami man who spoke no English. We managed to communicate through hand motions, and he told me to wait with one reindeer while he returned the other to its home. I reached my camera beneath his nose, as I gave him a scratch, and snapped a humorous photo looking right up his nostrils." Northern Lights, but I've never even seen them." 7) Canadian Living: Do you have one piece of advice to beginner photographers? SD: "Always shoot in manual; it's the only way you'll learn. And, always try to find a different angle." To enjoy more of Seattle's amazing images, check out the photography section of her blog.