If you ask people what image comes to mind when they think of Vietnam, it’s likely they would mention beautiful Ha Long Bay first. But there is much to know about the area, so here is our guide to cruising Ha Long Bay.
If you’re in Turkey, you owe it to yourself to try hot air ballooning in Cappadocia. It’s one of those bucket list items, and quite a memorable experience.
Chefchaouen, Morocco, known as the Blue City, is renowned for its buildings and streets painted in striking tones of blue, is perfect for photographers.
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As photographers, we are telling stories through photos. We have the potential to inspire others to see the world through a different perspective.
As a Westerner spending time in Asia, I am often drawn to the everyday sights around me. I don’t mean the temples and monuments or historical sites. I am drawn to the neighborhood streets and regular people who walk them.
Croatia is situated on the right side of the Adriatic sea, and unlike the opposite Italy coast, it is quite divorced and has more than 1,000 islands, and it leads the top of the list as one of the world’s most rugged coasts.
Except for the Mediterranean part of Croatia, it has a continental area, and in fact, the whole country has about 4.5 million inhabitants.
A small country with great tourist potential.
When you first arrive in Beijing, the size of the city quickly becomes evident. Beijing is one of the largest cities in the world, and it just keeps growing at an unchecked pace. The city streets are much wider than you’d imagine…
ICELAND+CUBA (14 DAYS OF DISCOVERY): Can you imagine experiencing and photographing these two polar opposite countries, back to back in 14 days time? BTW, we’ve conveniently included an overnight stay on the island of Manhattan while traveling between Iceland and Cuba. So technically that’s three islands in 14 days.
CHASING THE MILKY WAY IN THE DOLOMITES: Do you know that 80% of humans can’t see the stars anymore? Light pollution is a sad phenomenon of our present-day civilization. In Europe one has to search the mountains for clear skies, while in the United States there is still some dark places where the night sky is more visible. Allow me to show you the real night sky, and hopefully, it will inspire you to go out at night to chase the Milky Way…