Photo Essays & Travel ShotsPhotography features heavily in our travels and in documenting our journey. Here are some of our favourite photo essays and some in which travel photography features heavily. Also Travel Shots, our equivalent of photo of the day.
Alternative things to see on our Baltic States and the Caucasus trip included street art, abandoned places, Soviet-era architecture, mosaics and monuments.
Have you stopped to think about the process involved in getting that tea from leaves on a bush into your mug or cup? Meet the tea pickers of Darjeeling…
The Sunday Market in Kashgar is still very much a full on Uyghur affair. Trading in sheep seemed to be the most common activity at this busy animal market.
At weekends, Tainan’s Koxinga Shrine becomes a meeting place for photographers and ornately dressed cosplay girls who come to pose for the cameras.
The roundhouse, or fan-shaped train garage, in Changhua is the only one left out of six built by the Japanese during their occupation of Taiwan.
Discovering French colonial-era architecture in the sleepy Cambodian town of Kampot: buildings both restored and dilapidated, but all are beautiful.
In Zhytomyr we noticed these Soviet-era plaques on the side of the PJSC Ukrtelecom (Ukrainian National Telecommunications Operator) building.
Today’s travel shot is a surreptitiously-snapped shot of a romantic moment on Wroclaw’s Stary Rynek – the Market Square in the Old Town.
Penang’s George Town is full of heritage buildings many with beautiful window shutters. Don’t forget to look up when walking around the UNESCO-listed town.
Black Dragon Pool is one of Lijiang’s (and Yunnan’s) most dramatic sites. It gets busy, so to avoid the crowds, late afternoon is the best time to visit.
Getting to view Valletta’s St. Paul’s Pro-Cathedral from within the city itself is a tricky thing. It disappears from sight among the maze of backstreets.
Photographs of the beautiful Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco along with information and travel tips on visiting the mosque.