YEAR-END PRODUCT REVIEW: VIVITAR DKS-20 CAMERA BAG

It’s been a great year with my Vivitar DKS-20 bag! I started the year using it solely as a camera bag with my laptop, but by the end, it became my primary backpack; enough space to add clothes and journals, all of the things I needed quick access to as I travelled to Lebanon and around Moldova, Transnistria, Romania, Hungary, Austria, Germany, and the UK.  It is THE most comfortable camera bag I’ve ever carried on my back. I sincerely mean that. And with as much walking around cities and towns that I do, this comfort is no small thing. For any size camera bag and more (!), you can check out their website:

http://www.vivitar.com

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Bucharest, Romania. My Ukrainian Rushnyk (ritual cloth), my Canon 6D, and my suede Adidas Hamburgs nestled securely in a side pocket of my Vivitar bag. 
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In a valley in Moldova in July. Photo: Ahmet Yildiz
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Waiting on a train platform in Sibiu, Romania. September 2017.
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A beach break in Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA. June 2017.
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With a graffiti wall in New York City, USA. April 2017. 
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Transnistria. July 2017. Photo: Svitlana Bulkina
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Another train platform. Salzburg, Austria. September 2017

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Transnistria. July 2017
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Leaning against a David Rothman mural in Cocoa Beach, Florida. June 2017.
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Acknowledging the presence in Moldova. July 2017.
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Coffee break. Cocoa Beach, Florida. June 2017.

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Transnistria. Photo: Svitlana Bulkina
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