Photography, Travel

Quiraing.

By Thomas Bavington The Quiraing is an area at the North end of the Trotternish Ridge on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, where the land has slipped into strange rock formations.  The land is still slowly slipping here and the roads have to be repaired every year as a result.  One of the most […]

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East Greenland by Julien Ratel

“East Greenland is the closest part of Greenland from Iceland. After 1,5 hour of regular flight, you just arrive in a new world where nature and authenticity take all their sense, People living simply on their mineral land and enjoy their 3 months of summer before winter come back. I had the chance to discover […]

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West Greenland by Julien Ratel

“I’ve been on a trip last summer to the east side of Greenland and the area of Tasiilaq & Kulusuk where authenticity and simplicity prime. We had the chance this year to visit Greenland once more And we went to the west side where everything is bigger: the majestuous Disko bay, the beautiful calving glacier […]

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Cusco, Peru by Kyle Hale

Kyle Hale is a photographer who is interested in preserving life-giving memories and moments, in capturing the most thrilling human experiences of emotion. He spent 2 days in Cusco, Peru and this is what he saw. “Words can’t describe how incredible this place is, so I’ll show pictures instead. My time here was short and I’d […]

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Travel

Marianne Kodaira M in Seoul, Korea.

Marianne Kodaira M from Auckland, New Zealand spent some time in Korea earleir this year.  This is a photo diary of her travels to Seoul, South Korea, all images having been taken on an iPhone 4S.  We view this as an observant rumination on the rise of Instagram as the foremost forum for the art of ‘nowness’ […]

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Travel

Summer in Rhodes.

“I never thought an island like Rhodes would be as magnificent as it actually is. Coming from another island, Crete, I always thought I couldn’t love another. I was wrong. Stepping on to Rhode’s old town the sense of the medieval stones in each corner and the variety of plants and architectural styles was not possible to […]

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