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.
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.
Photographs of the Roman City of Leptis Magna, the most magical Roman ruins I have seen to date. All photos were taken during my past visits to Libya.
Looking for alternative things to do in Kyiv? Plane spotters, transport geeks, and lovers of all things retro will enjoy the State Aviation Museum.
If you enjoy alternative sights and architecture, visit the Expo Centre in Kiev, correctly called the National Complex Expocenter of Ukraine (VDNG),
For a bit fun, and hopefully some travel inspiration, here is an A to Z of Ukraine. From Andrew’s Ascent to Zhytomyr and everything in between.
Photographs of Kensal Green Cemetery in west London, one of the city’s historical graveyards; part of a group known as the ‘Magnificent Seven’.
A photo essay featuring images that capture the beauty of Ladakh, one of India’s most photogenic regions, in the heart of Himalayas.
This is such a genius idea for a garbage bin, don’t you think!? We spotted this Einstein street art on a municipal rubbish bin in Bulgaria’s capital, Sofia.
Belarus: An impressive dose of Combat and Propaganda Art at the Belarusian Great Patriotic War Museum, one of Minsk’s most impressive museums.