If you’re yet to get on-board with the whole ‘adult colouring-in’ thing, this is a good time to start. We’ve got a trip to Sri Lanka up for grabs.
Street food crawls in Lombok, fruit salad carving in Cartagena and slurping ramen in Japan – if it’s beautiful and delicious, you’ll find it below.
Listen up, aspiring photographers/photo journalists/anyone with a pulse.
We like to see nature the way nature intended: raw and rugged, wild and weathered, preserved and protected.
Putting out a call for famous landmarks is a double-edged sword. On the plus side, everyone’s got a picture of a landmark somewhere. On the downside, everyone has a picture of a landmark somewhere.
Our first photo competition of 2015 was all about wildlife. Anything with fur, feathers, scales or skin was fair game (you know, in a non-hunting way). Maybe the credit should go to all the attractive animals out there in the world, but this month saw some of the most spectacular shots we’ve ever received.
When you’re travelling, you’ll meet people from all walks of life. Rich people, poor people, smart people, stupid people, funny people, sad people, inspiring people, ridiculous people…
Here is a thought to live by: If you can’t find the annoying person in your travel group, it’s probably you.
We exist in a voyeuristic age. Our ‘friends’ number in the thousands, we like and poke, favourite and regram them, we collect morsels of their lives through crafted snapshots and communicate in rapid-fire messages of emoticons, abbreviations, acronyms, quick quips and comic banter. LOL YOLO FOMO WTF FML OMG #sorrynotsorry – what does it all even mean?