Cycling Slovakia

Cycling Slovakia

Did you say mountains? That must be Slovakia you’re talking about! Yeah, it’s basically one big mountain. Entering this challenging country (challenging for cyclists with fully-loaded bikes weighing 60+ kg) was an unexpected pleasure. In fact, cycling Slovakia has so...
Morskie Oko

Morskie Oko

In the Tatra mountains, bordering northern Slovakia and southern Poland, sits Morskie Oko. A beautiful turquoise lake completely surrounded by forrest covered mountain slopes, topped with snow capped peaks. An absolutely stunning setting for both hikers and...
7 movies that will inspire you to travel

7 movies that will inspire you to travel

Have you ever had that wanderlust feeling where you just want to pack it all up and head out for an adventure to somewhere you’ve never been before? Me too! Having spent the majority of the last decade of my life travelling, it’s no surprise that I’m...
Samoa, a gem in the South Pacific

Samoa, a gem in the South Pacific

Several thousand kilometres from the nearest major land mass, in the heart of the South Pacific ocean, sits a hidden gem barely touched by tourism. A series of 10 Polynesian islands, called Samoa. Upolu, home to the majority of the Samoan residents, and Savai’i,...
Wanderings in Burma (Myanmar) pt.1

Wanderings in Burma (Myanmar) pt.1

For those of you who love the Asian culture, but are after something different, Myanmar (or Burma) is the place for you. Being cut off from the world for decades has left this country largely untouched compared to all its neighbours. Whilst South East Asia would have...
How to use leading lines successfully

How to use leading lines successfully

Getting an interesting composition in your photography can be quite difficult at times, and will almost certainly involve some investigating before clicking that shutter button. One of the ways you can improve your photo is by using leading lines. What are...
8 Tips for Photographing Landscapes

8 Tips for Photographing Landscapes

Landscape photography would have to be one of the hardest genres of photography there is. Unlike a controlled environment you’ll find in a studio for portrait photography, you never know what conditions you’re going to get with landscape photography until...
Photography Cheat Sheet

Photography Cheat Sheet

Every now and then we all need a little bit of assistance with our photography, especially if you’re only just starting out. So I’ve made this photography cheat sheet for beginners that illustrates several basic photography concepts and settings, along...
Unveiling Machu Picchu

Unveiling Machu Picchu

Perched on top of a mountain, nearly entirely surrounded by several hundred metre high vertical cliff faces with a mote of water below, enclosed from the outside world by cloud piercing peaks, enshrouded in early morning mist awaiting to be revealed, sits one of the...
How to Photograph Moving Water

How to Photograph Moving Water

There’s something about moving water that just relaxes us. Whether it’s a paradise white sand beach, softly flowing stream beneath a snow capped peak, or the beach you grew up on; it’s no surprise that most of us will have a photograph up somewhere...
The Wonders of Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)

The Wonders of Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)

Oh, Bagan! …Once upon a time I received a message from Kirsty, asking: “what do you think about Burma?” A simple google image search gave me all I needed to respond. “WE HAVE TO GO!!”, I shouted back. Within a year, we both stepped foot on Myanmar soil. What sent us...

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