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  1. Polar Preservation with John bozinov

    Polar Preservation with John bozinov
    Growing up amongst the wilderness of New Zealand and experiencing, first-hand, life at the extremes of the Polar Regions, it's no surprise that photographer, John Bozinov, is on a mission to protect the natural world. For just over a year, John has been working as a Polar expedition photographer aboard a vessel that travels to the Antarctic Peninsula and island...
  2. CITY GUIDE: AMSTERDAM with Anja Roos

    CITY GUIDE: AMSTERDAM with Anja Roos
    Amsterdam is one of those unique cities that manages to retain its own distinctive character whilst being totally cosmopolitan too. All of the stereotypical sights - canals, bicycles, tulips – are there to be seen and admired. But Amsterdam is also home to one of the most exciting and most creative scenes on the continent.Anja Roos spends as much time...
  3. HIKING TASMANIA with Graham King

    HIKING TASMANIA with Graham King
    Places don’t get much more pristine than Tasmania. Forty percent of the island, isolated 240km south of the Australian mainland, is protected in parks and reserves. Air in the northwest of Tasmania is said to be the purest in the world. And the southwest – with its plains, mountains and rainforests – is one of earth’s last true wildernesses.Tasmanian resident...
  4. TRAVEL INSPIRATION FOR 2019 with Anne Cui

    TRAVEL INSPIRATION FOR 2019 with Anne Cui
    So long summer and hello autumn. What better time to start planning your travel adventures for the year to come? We’ve teamed up with globetrotter Anne Cui to give you some travel inspiration for 2019.Anne was born and raised in San Francisco, spent most of her post-college years in NYC and has always had the itchy feet of a perennial...
  5. CITY GUIDE: WASHINGTON, D.C. with David Santori

    CITY GUIDE: WASHINGTON, D.C. with David Santori
    Washington, D.C. is a city synonymous with US power. It’s home to the Pentagon, the Capitol Building and the White House. You can still visit Ford’s Theatre where Abraham Lincoln was shot. And the hotel at the heart of the Watergate scandal. You can stand on the steps where Martin Luther King Jr. stood to deliver his “I Have a...
  6. KITSCH CALIFORNIAN SPACES with Helin Bereket

    KITSCH CALIFORNIAN SPACES with Helin Bereket
    Helin Bereket is a photographer, originally from Istanbul and currently based in Berlin. She loves to capture minimalist architecture and colourful spaces. But the city streets of her home town don’t always provide the architectural excitement she craves.In Berlin, she says, “there are many rules…the buildings look almost the same. No different shapes or colours…Of course there are exceptions like...
  7. 4 PICTURE PERFECT BRITISH VILLAGES with Hannah Tafft

    4 PICTURE PERFECT BRITISH VILLAGES with Hannah Tafft
    “Whilst travelling a few years ago it dawned on me how un-travelled I was in my own country. I’d seen the world. But not much beyond my doorstep at home.” So says Hannah Tafft, who is now something of an expert on Britain’s oldest and most picture perfect villages.“I hated history at school,” Hannah admits. But determined to explore more...
  8. ICELANDIC LANDSCAPES WITH GUNNAR FREYR

    ICELANDIC LANDSCAPES WITH GUNNAR FREYR
    Icelandic winters are dark and long. Photographer and explorer, Gunnar Freyr, doesn’t mind that so much. “The winter weather is often dramatic and wild…it brings this unexpected and unpredictable element to life,” he says. But right around now, green and rocky landscapes are replacing those of snow and ice. “Before you know it, the days are getting longer and longer...
  9. TRAVELLING JAPAN WITH LIZ WIBLE

    TRAVELLING JAPAN WITH LIZ WIBLE
    Liz Wible is on a round the world adventure. She downsized from her studio flat into a suitcase and took off to discover new places and new cultures with her partner, Conrad. One of her most recent (and most favourite) destinations has been Japan, a country they spent six weeks exploring earlier this year.So why did Japan make it on...
  10. A Day of Dining in NYC with Davina Tan

    A Day of Dining in NYC with Davina Tan
    There are so many eateries in NYC that it would take 22.7 years of dining out to experience all of them. That means a lot of variety and a heck of a lot of choice. This is a city where you’re as likely to find no frills, dollar-a-slice pizza joints as Michelin-starred stalwarts renowned the world over. And both will...
  11. An Architectural Tour with Jeroen Peters

    An Architectural Tour with Jeroen Peters
    Jeroen Peters is a photographer with a passion for architecture. He began a career in building design, developed a love of photography and now seeks to combine the two in an ambitious photographic series, Spatial Interactions. From his home town of Amsterdam to the most far-flung corners of Europe, Jeroen is on a search for the most striking architecture the...
  12. City Guide: Warsaw with Yanina Trapachka

    City Guide: Warsaw with Yanina Trapachka
    The city of Warsaw never stands still. Bombed and almost completely destroyed by the Nazis in WW2, the Polish capital continues to undergo massive regeneration to this day. Often referred to as the Phoenix City, Warsaw has risen from the ashes to become a gritty, ever-changing and cosmopolitan metropolis – a mix of gleaming skyscrapers, colourful Old Town facades and...
  13. City Guide: Buenos Aires with Victoria Martínez

    City Guide: Buenos Aires with Victoria Martínez
    Buenos Aires is a city that captivates all who walk its streets. Faded colonial grandeur and a passionate Latin spirit combine in a city that brims with culture and sparks with energy. This South American metropolis boasts more bookshops per person than any other city in the world. There’s art on the underground and tango in the streets. The party doesn't get started...
  14. A Contemporary Moroccan Interior at El Fenn, Marrakech

    A Contemporary Moroccan Interior at El Fenn, Marrakech
    One of the most Instagrammed interiors on the internet, El Fenn in Marrakech is the stuff interior design dreams are made of. This boutique hotel is sophisticated, colourful, contemporary and true to its roots. And it succeeds at being all of those things all at the same time. Here we go behind the scenes with Megan Lloyd Davies, El Fenn’s...
  15. South Australia from the Skies with Bo Le

    South Australia from the Skies with Bo Le
    The first consumer drone was unveiled to the masses back in 2010. Since then, use of commercial drones has skyrocketed. It’s a booming industry that’s supporting the advancement of many others. In sectors like real estate, media and even farming, using a drone to take photographs and video has opened up a whole new world of possibilities.For photographers like Bo...
  16. City Guide: Venice with Gionata Smerghetto

    City Guide: Venice with Gionata Smerghetto
    The city of Venice is like no other. In the words of Gionata Smerghetto, lifelong Venice resident, it's a city with a completely different flavour. Gionata is a photographer and content creator who, despite having spent his whole life in Venice, insists that he discovers something new about his hometown every day. Venice is a magical, mysterious and elegant...
  17. City Guide: Toronto with Isabelle Cheng

    City Guide: Toronto with Isabelle Cheng
    Toronto is regularly listed as one of the top 20 world cities for quality of life. The city sits on the banks of Lake Ontario, has a thriving cultural scene and, despite some pretty chilly winters, boasts beautiful weather the rest of the year round. It's one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities in the world as well...
  18. Russian Wilderness with Vadim Vetrov

    Russian Wilderness with Vadim Vetrov
    The year 2017 has been named Russia's 'Year of Ecology and Protected Areas'. It marks one hundred years since the very first nature reserves (zapovedniks) were established by Tsar Nicholas II. These zapovedniks were designed to protect the land from human intrusion and admission was severely restricted.In Russia today there 102 nature reserves of this kind; spectacular but inaccessible. Throughout...
  19. Swiss Structures with Philipp Heer

    Swiss Structures with Philipp Heer
    Philipp Heer lives in Zurich, Switzerland. As a child, he dreamt of becoming an architect but, in his own words, he was (and still is) too bad at maths. He now works for an insurance company but spends his free time photographing the best and most beautiful structures to be found in his homeland. For Philipp, Swiss architectural style is...
  20. Hiking the Trail with Sam David Smith

    Hiking the Trail with Sam David Smith
    Sam David Smith is a keen hiker. He's lived in New Zealand all his life so it's no real surprise that he's passionate about the great outdoors. New Zealand is a land of majestic scenery and ranks as one of the best hiking destinations in the world.Sam first discovered the beauty to be found at the top of a mountain...

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