My featured travel this week is Sherry Ott who is an accomplished travel photographer and blogs at Ottsworld.com. Sherry has been travel about as long as I have and I have met her on two continents, most recently in Valencia, Spain. Sherry Ott just completed driving from London to Mongolia in the Mongol Rally. A charitable adventure spanning 8500 miles and two continents.
Sherry is a refugee from corporate IT who is now a long-term traveler, blogger, and photographer. She’s a co-founder of Meet, Plan, Go!, a website and national event providing career break and sabbatical travel inspiration and planning advice.
14 thoughts on “Sunday Traveler Photo Essay: Sherry Ott, Driving to Mongolia”
Beautiful shots. It makes me think about this movie I’ve seen, called “the Story of the Weeping Camel” which is about a Mongolian nomadic family its camels. Perhaps this might interest some of you.
Beautiful pictures. It was an incredible journey to follow.
What gorgeous photos! It makes my heart ache for Mongolia and its vast expanses. Years later, it still holds me spellbound.
These are really incredible, great job Sherry! :)
Beautiful photos – absolutely stunning! What camera/lens are you using?
Terrific photos. What an amazing journey.
These pics are sensational! I think my fave is the one of the ovoo!!!
These photos are gorgeous, what an incredible accomplishment. Way to go Sherry!
Thanks everyone! It was a great trip! Grace – I hope you do the rally one day! Dave and Deb – as strange as it sounds I miss our time in the car!! :)
beautiful pictures, I once watched a documentary about Mongolia, they have a very interesting history
Great pictures Sherry… looks awesome!!
Great shots Sherry! We were on the Mongol Rally with our partner in crime and these photos brought back wonderful memories.
Completing the Mongol Rally is pretty bad-ass. Mongolia is definitely one of my must see places before I die. Awesome photos!
Wow! Gorgeous photos. I really need to go to Mongolia.
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