Meknes is a city in northern Morocco, 130 kilometres (81 mi) from the capital Rabat and 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Fes. It is served by the A2 expressway between those two cities and by the corresponding railway.
Trieste is a city in North-East Italy. Once a very influential and powerful centre of politics, literature, music, art and culture under Austrian-Hungarian dominion, its importance fell into decline towards the end of the 20th century, and today,...
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The new year brings resolutions, pacts with oneself to accomplish goals, quit bad habits, begin new ones, eat less, exercise more. As I was taking stock on this New Year’s, I couldn’t help remembering a man I met in Tibet, who was making good on a...
City of the Dead (Qarafa, Arafa) is a four mile long cemetery from northern to southern part of Cairo, situated along the base of the Moqattam Hills, just nearby Cairo downtown.
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THE CITY OF DEAD IN CAIRO EGYPT (11 photos)
City of the Dead (Qarafa, Arafa) is a four mile long cemetery from northern to southern part of Cairo. It is a bustling grid of tombs and mausoleums where people live and work amongst their dead ancestors.
Know, first, who you are …. and then adorn yourself accordingly. - Epictetus Omo Valley, Ethiopia India The more people explore the world, the more they realize in every country there’s...
Steve McCurry, photojournalist, displays his recent work in essay form as well as offering a gallery of well-known work. Steve McCurry is an American photojournalist best known for his photograph, "Afghan Girl" that originally appeared in National Geographic magazine.
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This photographic tour will begin in the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia; we will shoot socialist realism – or what remains of it – in the region of Dimitrovgrad/Haskovo; we will photograph beautiful scenes from nature in the Eastern Rhodopes, more specifically the meanderings of the Arda and Byala Rivers, as well as the region’s unique cultural legacy, abandoned villages and beautiful churches; we will visit Edirne (Turkey) and the famous Kirkpinar Oil Wrestling Festival; we will conclude our trip in the exotic and photogenic Istanbul (Turkey).
It's impossible to include all of the best photos of 2012 in one gallery, but these images offer a fantastic glimpse of the year in pictures. HuffPost photo editors curated a slideshow of serious eye candy from Getty Images and the Associated Press.
In this month's Industry Interview we are pleased to chat with Richard I'Anson, freelance travel photographer, and author of ten Lonely Planet books including the recent India: Essential Encounters and four editions ofLonely Planet's Guide to Travel Photography.
You have been passionate about travel photography for over 25 years; how did you come to work with Lonely Planet?
After two overseas trips totalling nearly three years and lots of travelling in Australia, I had built a fairly comprehensive collection of images covering most of Asia and Australia. At that point, I went knocking on doors. The timing with Lonely Planet was just right as they had recently made a decision to start using images from sources other than their authors and I had the kind of images they were after.
Describe your case contents for a standard photography trip.
I take the same gear on most trips with the aim of giving me the flexibility I need to capture the wide range of subjects I cover while being easily manageable and accessible, so that I can shoot quickly and efficiently. So, I take two Canon DSLR bodies (5D MkIII and 5D MkII), two Canon lenses (24-70mm and 70-200mm), a Fujifilm X-Pro 1 camera with 18mm, 35mm and 60mm lenses, and a Gitzo G1228 carbon fibre tripod, plus a laptop and two 750 GB portable hard disks. The only variation to this kit is when wildlife photography is a key component of the trip, and then I’ll take a Canon 300mm lens and a 1.4x teleconverter.
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