Sunday, September 25, 2011


Geocaching is pretty much High Tech Treasure hunting. It all started when a software engineer hid a "cache" in the woods and put the GPS coordinates up in the year 2000. This occurred, naturally, after the U.S unscrambled satellite signals allowing the general public to use GPS systems.
Right now, there is about 1 million caches hidden all over the world. Non geocachers are known as Muggles in the geocaching world.
Here is a link for the main website for geocaching. It has all the info to get you started;

So, today I went on a geocaching hunt. I only found one, but the photos turned out okay which substitutes for the fact that my geocache hunt wasn't as successful as I expected. Enjoy the photos :) all feed back is welcome. Also, which shot of the MINI do you like best ?


Anonymous said...

OMG nice shots!! the 8th one down in the series of waterfalls....absolutely angelic! i love it!
( and I like the sepia toned mini the best)
nice work Omarrrrrr ;) x

Omar Roushdy said...

:) Thanks a lot .. I appreciate the feedback :P

you're the first to like the second MINI shot better hehehe. Always unique I guess :P