Mary Bartnikowski is an award winning photographer, author, global citizen, yoga and meditation teacher, car-free connoisseur, creative motivator and mother of a maverick son.
All of her photographs are available for download and printing - the prints are delivered right to your door in Europe and North America by a professional quality lab. Check it out!
Mary has led programs at Stanford, Intel, Apple and worldwide for humanitarian foundations. She is currently teaching photography worldwide, guiding her students to learn in 3 hours what took her 25 years to figure out. Your photography is guaranteed to greatly improve or your money back!
She has explored 30 countries (last month was Myanmar,) traveled solo around the world twice, and has a new app for ipads Vagabond Magazine with her stunning photography, advice on longterm travel, and inspiration.
Vagabond Magazine on the iTunes store:
This issue is on Myanmar, adventure, motorbiking, and mediation in Burma, check it out now.
Read Mary's new book on Amazon about her adventures and worldwide wanderlust
web site: http://www.bartnikowski.com
174,879 downloads! Travel videos of Mary around the world. See the Dalai Lama, twin baby elephants, and her most downloaded video, Uluwatu, Best Beaches in Bali: http://www.youtube.com/user/zestyzippy
Mary's Blog: http://solofemalevagabond.wordpress.com
In the last 7 years she has:
Photographed the Dalai Lama, surfed in Ecuador and Peru, ridden elephants in Nepal, taught children and elders English in Colombia, lived in an ashram in India and taught yoga, logged thousands of miles in trains across India, gazed at the third highest mountain in the world in Sikkim but did not hike it, explored the Nubra Valley in Ladakh while crammed in a share jeep driving over the highest motorable pass in the world at 18,000 feet, scuba dived in Grand Cayman, motor-biked in Thailand, shot Angkor Wat by biking in the dark solo to see the sun rise and discovered Myanmar just last month and now is in Nepal.
Mary has taught photography to Sikh students in Amritsar, photographed the golden temple at 3AM, celebrated Kunigan a holy day in Bali, played in the Holi festival in India, bathed in the Ganges River, tango-ed in Buenos Aires, fell in love in Florence, got drenched by the biggest waterfall in the world between Argentina and Brazil, bought her first bikini, fund-raised for abandoned people in Argentina by writing and photographing, taught photography to travelers in India, Bali, Thailand, and Nepal, taught the staff of the Nepal Youth Foundation how to take great photos, meditated in holy caves in Sikkim and Ladakh, lived in a Buddhist temple in Thailand where no one spoke English, tackled the Thai language and lost, climbed Picchu peak in Machu Picchu, photographed lightening in the middle of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, floated down the Mekong River on a slow boat in Laos, taught yoga to Buddhist nuns in Nepal at 4AM and more.