This month’s image was captured by Ben Jones at the One Pillar Pagoda, a Buddhist temple within the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Complex in Hanoi, Vietnam. It is a replica of an older temple that was built in 1049 and destroyed by the French in 1954. The pagoda itself has a unique design that is meant to … Continue reading
This month’s evocative image of a young local was taken in Kabul, Afghanistan, by Philip Bevan. The photographer travelled around the region capturing a range of atmospheric portraits.
This month’s colourful image shows a local woman in her boat on Lake Titicaca in Peru, and was captured by Kate Howell from Sydney, Australia. High in the Andes straddling both Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca is, by volume of water, South America’s largest lake. It is also often called the highest navigable lake in the … Continue reading
This month’s evocative image was taken in the early morning in the quiet back streets of Essaouira, Morocco, by Louise Jones. This coastal fishing town is a wonderful blend of the familiar and the exotic, offering a plethora of unique photo opportunities.
This month’s great image was taken at a small coastal village in Bahia, Brail, by Ben Jones, of a young local selling necklaces. This tropical area has the longest coastline in the country and is home to some stunning beaches and bays.
This serene image was captured by Alex Braithwaite early one morning on New Zealand’s beautiful Great Barrier Island. On the outskirts of the Hauraki Gulf, it is the fourth largest of New Zealand’s main chain of islands yet has a population of around 900, leading visitors to delight in the unspoilt coastal landscapes and compare … Continue reading
This month’s beautiful image was captured by Canadian travel photographer Luke MacBride at sunset in Goa, India. Goa draws many international and domestic visitors each year, being renowned for its Arabian Sea beaches, stunning places of worship, rich flora and fauna and world heritage architecture.
This month’s lovely photo of one of Laos’ many beautiful young faces was taken by Genevieve Dwyer in a village a few hours north of Luang Prabang. Genevieve says “in the photos before and after this one she was posing or laughing and covering her face, eventually she either ran out of ideas or let … Continue reading
This month’s image was taken by Ben Jones in the busy port town of Tangier, Morocco. Lying on the north coast of Africa at the western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar, Tangier is an easy day trip or short break from Southern Spain, for those who fancy a brief taste of North Africa when … Continue reading
This lovely image of a Kuna family was captured by Christina Stewart in the San Blas Islands. The San Blas Islands of Panama is an archipelago comprising approximately 378 islands and cays, of which only 49 are inhabited. The Kuna Indians were driven off Panama during the Spanish invasion and they fled in their boats to the surrounding islands. … Continue reading