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Автор проекта #FollowMeTo.
Not all those who wander are lost. 🌍🌎🌏 Wanderer 👣🍃
travel photographer, escape artist.
Фотожурналист из Стамбула.
Фотограф из Турции.
Фотограф из Нью-Йорка.
Just sent the #minitwheats packing ✈️, back home to Hong Kong. Feeling a bit gutted having to say goodbye but also blessed for the last seven, incredible weeks together. Safe travels kids. Get good grades. I'm so lucky to be your dad. I'll see you again soon! PS, here's one of my favorite moments from the summer.
Simone Bramante (@brahmino)
Фотограф из Австралии.
Фотограф из Австралии.
A little bit ago, @AlabamaTravel sent me to Birmingham, Alabama, to explore the food and coffee scene for myself. I had such an incredible time—great food and drinks at Ovenbird, Bottega, Saw’s Juke Joint, and Feast & Forest. Also discovered Revelator Coffee and Seeds Coffee. This will not be my last trip. #SweetHomeAl #AlabamaFood
Фотограф из Лос-Анджелеса.
Фотограф из Лондона.
Фотограф из Греции.
Alternative Living Book Update… For those of you who have purchased my first book, thank you. And… I have some good news. I got the final confirmation from the printer, It's going to ship out to you on August 16! I thought that living out of my car, traveling thousands of miles over 8 countries and editing many images to build a book would be tough. Turns out, actually printing the book is ever tougher. I keep telling myself that there are always things to learn when doing something for the first time, so since this is the first of many books, I feel that is definitely the case. I wanted to thank you again for your support and… your patience.
Фотограф из Калифорнии.
I've been back in New York City for a couple of days but am still thinking about my time in Canada. It's strange to think that I could trade places so easily—in the span of the same day (last Sunday) I visited the Flatiron Building in Toronto (above) in the morning, and then its slightly younger American cousin in NYC in the afternoon.
Michael Christopher Brown
Фотографирует для Magnum и Nat Geo
Фотограф из Ванкувера.
Some people will tell you that Waikiki is too crowded. I won't. There's a place for crowds and Waikiki is an awesome one. I love watching the tourists ooh and awe at the ocean and it has some of the best beginner surf spots in the world. I just started to learn to surf this year. Here's a scene from Waikiki … I should take more shots of this place, but every time I'm there I'm usually in the water trying to 🏄 surf! Haha 🏝🏖⛱ Love me some Hawaii 🙂
Nomad family of 4 – California to South America by van! On the road since 2012
Flashback to two years ago in Chilean Lakes District on the Sierra Nevada Trail in #Conguillio National Park. Volcano Llaima in the background with the silhouette of the unmistakeable #araucaria trees popping up, this #icecave was a fantastic reward for pushing a little farther up the trail. Happy Easter everyone! Today we will spend our time outdoors rock climbing in The Sacred Valley in Peru. We are so excited to hit the dusty trail on Wednesday- Bolivia then into Brazil! Have you been to the Pantanal? Any tips?
Jill Kyla Baby
Jill + Kyla. Wherever Forever Represented by Tinker Street
Travel, lifestyle & portrait photographer based in London, working everywhere | Kiwi | Rep’d by Tinker Street
Фотограф-фрилансер из Киото (Япония)
👺 in Kyoto #inspirationcultmag . . . . . . #mkexplore #createexpkoretakeover #vsco #streetactivity #urbanandstreet #createyourhype #streetmagazine #streetxstory #shotaward #SDMtravels #exploreeverything #moodygrams #fatalframes #chasingemotions #highsnobiety #vice #tokyocameraclub #CreateEXplore #Kyoto #Japan
Travel free & untroubled & still be informed like an insider! For Travelers, By Travelers. Репосты тревел-фотографов со всего мира.
Pete and Dalene Heck
Путешественник года National Geographic
Can you spot the canopy walk? – After a long flight there's nothing better than taking a walk. Behind the Oasia Residences Kuala Lumpur (where I stayed) is the KL Forest Eco Park, the only surviving rainforest in a city. Whether you want to take the canopy walk through the rainforest or climb all the way to the top of KL Tower – the seventh tallest free-standing tower in the world – for a view across the city, it's the perfect place to start your trip in Malaysia! | #KualaLumpur #Malaysia #Asia
Тревел-блоггер из Австралии.
Фотограф из Канады.
A Simple Equation – This Myanmar Life Up until a few years ago, Kyaw Myint was a tutor, helping students who were looking for a little extra schooling than the sub-par government school systems could provide. The salary wasn't great, bringing in $50-$60 per month, which, with his young family, didn't go far So, in 2012, he made a change and decided to become a trekking guide for tourists, following in the footsteps of his brother, who had been one for the past 10 years. Trekking tours in the Shan Hills near his home of Kalaw had begun to take off in the last year or two, and it seemed like a good opportunity At first, the pay was poor. He would charge his clients about $12 per day and could take only 1-2 clients at any one time. After the expense of hiring a cook, the food from the market, the villagers’ homes in which they would sleep, and his bus ride home after the three-day trek, he'd be left with just a few dollars However, by 2015, business was excellent. While he could only work 5-6 months a year as a trekking guide, due to the low and high tourist seasons, he was busy during much of that time taking 5-6 clients on each trek. Not only that, but as soon as he arrived back to his home in #Kalaw, there would be another group ready for him In Myanmar, it’s not taboo to talk about how much money. So, when asked about how much money he made, he said it was about $120 per month. This amount seemed awfully low, considering how busy he was When pressed, he explained that when he thinks about how much money he makes, he doesn't think of his income from clients, or the profit he makes after paying for their expenses, such as food and accommodation. Instead, he takes his income from his work and subtracts the food and rent for his family. He then takes out the money he spends on fuel for his bike, his children's school books, and all other expenses for himself and his family To Kyaw Myint, it is the amount of money left over at the end of each month. How much money he makes is how much he saves for the future #burma #ThisMyanmarLife #myanmar
Michael Schulz (@berlinstagram)
Фотограф из Берлина.