TRAVEL THROUGH A LOCAL LENS – Edinburgh, Scotland through the lens of local visual artist/designer/musician Tommy Perman. Check out the full interview/travel guide at Global Yodel.
The swimming pool is 1,013 meters in length, or approximately 3,323 feet, and holds 66 million gallons of water.
Check out more pictures of World’s Largest Swimming Pool At Over 1,000 Meters Long
La Push is in the northwest corner of Washington. Home of the Quileute Tribe, it is known for both its stunning beauty and rich culture surrounding whales. The tribes are good at hunting them while tourists love to watch them.
Daycraft MyTravel notebook is designed to survive a journey into space
You only have to look at a well-used suitcase or a spacesuit to know how hard travel can be on personal possessions. Determined to create a product with the potential to survive the most difficult journey, award-winning personal organiser brand Daycraft has released the extra-tough MyTravel notebook.
The notebook can be readily recognized by the handy world map graphic on the cover. The pages within are protected by a tough double cardboard cover. The back cover includes a handy pocket for snippets and souvenirs. And the irreplaceable records of the owner’s epic wanderings are all held together within an elastic clasp.
MyTravel notebook presents the impression that this is a very solid and dependable companion ready to accompany the traveller anywhere.
Sandholm, East Yorkshire, England through the lens of Dom Wilson. Read the full travel guide/interview and see the photo series at Global Yodel.
Re-creational Spaces by Jessica Auer in thisispaper.com
“Since 2004, my fascination with tourism has led me to photograph popular destinations throughout North and South America. Images from this series show how landscape has been preserved, altered or commodified for sightseeing…”
Restaurant Stork by CUBE Architecten in thisispaper.com
An old industrial warehouse of 1100 m2, at one of the most beautiful spots along the Amsterdam waterfronts, was transformed by CUBE architecten and SOLUZ architecten to an attractive café and the biggest fish restaurant of Europe…
Some nice pictures from my a trip to Plakias (Crete/Greece). I hope you like at least some of them. See them all on the coresinceeightyfour blog
It takes more than a few subtle changes to draw attention at international airports. As a brand that is fun, social and playful, and understands design, Virgin can take plane transformations further than most.
Access created new bold designs for Virgin Atlantic planes to really get people’s attention. Imagine when suddenly overnight a limited number of planes will look completely different. Unlike any planes ever.
Today, Smart phones have more and more powerful cameras, and some cameras are even being built with web connectivity for easy uploading of photos. And you always have it with you, everywhere you go.
This wasn’t always the case. It used to be that postcards were the way that people shared the experiences of places they’d visited with others.
The designs of travel postcards were always really interesting, and often had influences on later styles of design. Here’s some examples of vintage travel postcards:
Vacation, vacation, vacation … the time has come for you! Spending your summer holiday in a luxurious Indonesian villa doesn’t seem such a bad idea, no? This Malibu Cliff Villa is located on Lombok Island, a very private and quiet place. Feeling like you wanna have a cocktail in that infinity pool? For the rest of the stunning pictures click here.
This is the story of youth, where it comes from, why its here, and how quickly it escapes us if we aren’t paying attention.
L.A. based photographer, RJ Shaughnessy was kind enough to send in a few books for a giveaway! His new book STAY COOL is set to launch later this week. This book is wonderful. Its thick pages exemplify RJ’s spontaneous, youthful, and energetic photographic style.
It’s been ages, but the National Geographic photo gallery is back again. This time, we’ll be presenting their weekly photo contest. They’re divided into 3 subsections – nature, people and places. As we are already used to, you may expect portion of quality photos. Scroll through, pick your favorite … and if interested, even cast a vote at the NG site. My favorite one is The Day After Christmas by Mike Killion and the Dinka woman by Tim Freccia – both available in people section. Enjoy!