The best travel photos: 2011 contest winners
We asked you to hit us with your best shot, and that is what you did. About 2,400 amateur shutterbugs answered the call for entries in our annual reader travel photo contest.
France is not just Paris
Chalkboard pen winner: Salut15@ said... Fields of lavender throbbing with bees,the sound of Cicadas in the trees,the smell of a boulangérie,olive trees shining silver in the breeze,villages perchés,........in other words...la Provence France is just not Paris, nor just the French Riviera, nor Provence, or the French Alps, or Normandy, nor the many brocantes.... it is a paradise for the senses. Thank you for your wonderful responses yesterday!
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Creative Humans, Jacob, Sutton, Photography, and White image ideas & inspiration on Designspiration
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Michael Jurick | On the Blog: Magnificent Malta
What you are about to read and view is some of my most prized travel work. It is because I fell in love with Malta the day we landed and could not stop clicking the shutter everywhere we went. It is one of the most visually stunning countries that I have visited and would describe it as a perfect mix of ancient Jerusalem, ancient Rome and the Greek Islands. Our trip began on the island of Gozo at the Azure Window. Malta is a Southern European country consisting of an archipelago (series of…
Through the Mist: Showcase of Foggy Photography
There are so many photographers who set out to capture not just emotive imagery in their photographs, but hauntingly so. One way that many choose to bring this haunting element into their work is through their choice of subject. Few natural elements can add this tone to photos as well as fog. Easily one of the most emotive natural elements next to light, foggy photography is often beautifully stirring.