Each year one awards body tries to find the most talented travel photographer of the year. So who made the cut in 2011?
Well, the results are in – and the guys over at Travel Photographer of The Year (TPOTY) have officially announced the overall winner this year as Louis Montrose. The winning image (below) shows a beautiful painted girl captured in a village in Burkina Faso. All of the winning photographs this year will be put on show at Continue Reading
Essex, made popular by its intelligent television programming and women with natural tans, is also the most popular tourist destination in the world at the moment – according to TripAdvisor.
The Easterly English county, but more specifically: Ilford – was revealed to have claimed the top spot this week in TripAdvisor’s round-up of Europe’s fastest growing destinations of 2011. Admittedly, this accomplishment may have more to do with the impending 2012 Olympic Games than the joys which the Continue Reading
Adventure tour specialists, G Adventures and travel blogger, Gary Arndt, are to co-host an exclusive small group photography tour.
Departing May 5, 2012 the Great Wide Everywhere trip will explore a number of spectacular national parks and natural wonders around the San Francisco and Los Angeles areas, offering 11 travellers a unique opportunity to travel, learn and build their photography skills alongside Gary who is one of the world’s most influential travel bloggers and one of Continue Reading
Google has come up with an innovative new service that is designed to feed you ideas of things you might do – activities, experiences – based on what your friends have done, or other people recommend in your location.
In short, it’s an inspiration engine.
The new website Schemer.com has been developed by a team of Google engineers and draws on content and recommendations from your social contacts including Google+ friends, and from destination/lifestyle news and content publishers Continue Reading