Author Archives: Lisa Erdberg

Alaskan Vacation Feature
Featured Destinations

Here’s Why An Alaskan Vacation Could Change Your Life

Are you looking for a transformative travel experience? Do you want a break from the ordinary? Or perhaps a dramatic change of scene? An Alaskan vacation can be all that and more. Here’s why. The Landscape Simply put, you’ve never seen anything like it. Almost two and a half times… Read More
  • Lisa Erdberg |
  • July 29, 2018
Grand Teton National Park
Featured Destinations

Treasures of the Tetons

Grand Teton National Park is justly famous for its towering peaks, alpine lakes, hiking trails, and abundant wildlife. I first visited the park in 1990, fell in love with it for all those reasons, and have returned every year since then. Over the years I’ve discovered another facet of Grand… Read More
  • Lisa Erdberg |
  • June 23, 2018
children's books
Career Transition

Writing Her Own Second Act

Getting a children’s picture book published is almost as difficult as winning the lottery, according to an experienced Chronicle Books editor. Those odds have not deterred Claire Bobrow, who is writing her own second act as an aspiring children’s book author. Claire’s journey to writing children’s books began several years… Read More
  • Lisa Erdberg |
  • June 5, 2018
things to do in golden gate park
Featured Destinations

In Search of San Francisco – Part 2

In my first post of this series, I introduced readers to some of the lesser known attractions on San Francisco’s waterfront. This time, I’m going to venture into that most iconic of San Francisco locales, to introduce some lesser known things to do in Golden Gate Park. Things to Do… Read More
  • Lisa Erdberg |
  • May 2, 2018
improve your photography

Shooting Landscapes: Tips to Improve Your Photography

National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson once advised, “If you want to get better pictures, stand in front of better stuff.” As vacation season approaches, many of us will have the opportunity to stand in front of better stuff, whether in national parks or far-flung destinations. Let’s look at some ways… Read More
  • Lisa Erdberg |
  • February 18, 2018
places to go in San Francisco
Featured Destinations

In Search of San Francisco – Part I

Everyone knows about the popular places to go in San Francisco — the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, the Painted Ladies of Alamo Square, etc. But there’s an even longer list of lesser-known places to go in San Francisco that reward visitors and residents alike with unexpected delights. Here, in an… Read More
  • Lisa Erdberg |
  • January 22, 2018
Greater London

Going Green in Greater London: Must-Visit Parks and Gardens

London, home to Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, the British Museum and so many other iconic sites. But did you know that 47% of Greater London is green space? Hyde Park alone covers 350 acres, and it’s only one of Greater London’s 8 royal parks occupying 5,000… Read More
  • Lisa Erdberg |
  • December 22, 2017
Eastern Sierra
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5-Star Road Trip: Highway 395 and the Eastern Sierra Nevada

Mention the Sierra, and Yosemite or Lake Tahoe usually comes to mind. But there’s another side of the Sierra that rewards the curious traveler with equally dramatic scenery, fewer people, and less traffic. The Eastern Sierra Scenic Byway, as Highway 395 is called, is one of the best road trips… Read More
  • Lisa Erdberg |
  • November 19, 2017

About Lisa Erdberg

Lisa Erdberg

Lisa Erdberg is a photographer and community volunteer who lives in San Francisco. An avid hiker, she loves mountains, seeks out glaciers all over the world, and also thoroughly enjoys the cultural amenities of great cities. You can see Lisa’s images at www.lisaerdberg.com.