Travel photography from India: a portrait of a woman and child taken at the Maha Kumbh Mela festival in Allahabad in 2013, the largest gathering on earth.
Travel Shot Blog Posts
Photographs of Warsaw’s skyline: A fantastic view of the imposing Palace of Culture and Science as well as a beautiful sunrise over Warsaw, Poland.
Linking the Pamir Highway with the Wakhan Valley, the Khargush Pass (4344m) in Tajikistan provides a tantalising first glimpse of Afghanistan and beyond.
The circuit around Mount Kailash in Western Tibet is 52 kilometres in circumference. Physically fit Tibetans can complete this distance in one day.
The High Court Street Typists in Kolkata … And all the while, there is the tap, tap, tap of the city’s street typists who have been plying their trade.
Hike from Kotor’s ancient ramparts to St. John Mountain and behind the fort is the lovely Church of St.John. Featured in travel photography of Montenegro.
Sacred Paro Taktsang, high above the Paro Valley in Bhutan is better known Tiger’s Nest Monastery, it’s one the must-see sights for travellers to Bhutan.
The Berber town of Ghadames in Libya is situated approximately 450km southwest of Tripoli, and features white-washed buildings and winding alleys.
A Maharaja’s palace in the true sense, Orchard Palace Gondal (sometimes called the Huzoor Palace) in India’s Gujarat state is a wonderful heritage hotel.
The most sublime temple in all India, is the Golden Temple in Amritsar. This site of worship is Sikhism’s holiest place of veneration; a marvel to behold.
The ancient walled town of Pingyao is possibly the best-preserved in China. The UNESCO World Heritage listed town boasts alleyways, impressive watchtowers.
Isla Ometepe is the largest island on Lake Nicaragua (… the largest lake in Central America) and was formed by two volcanos – Maderas and Concepcion.