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Britton Perelman

Britton Perelman
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Britton Perelman is a writer and storyteller based in Los Angeles, California. Her travels have taken her around Europe several times and inspired the creation of her podcast, The Road I Travel. She currently works on the editorial team at Passion Passport, writing and telling stories from around the world. You can find all of her writing on her website, and more of her photography on Instagram.

9 Photographic Alternatives to Big Ben

Unfortunately, beloved Big Ben is covered in scaffolding for the next three and a half years. The landmark of the London skyline is a sight for sore eyes, much to the dismay of both...

Above and Below: Karim Iliya’s Photography

Clouds, waves. Above the world, below the surface. Scene from the sky, scene from the water. These are the extremes Karim Iliya somehow moves between in his photography. His feed is full of contrasting images. A...

How I Learned to Embrace My Expectations While Traveling

When I was little, I wanted to be Samantha Brown. You know her — the blonde-bobbed, spunky Travel Channel host who visited places around the world and showed them to viewers at home in their...

5 Days in London: A Pick-And-Choose Itinerary

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.” — Samuel Johnson Buckingham Palace. The Tower of London. The Tube. London...

Photography Basics: In Case You Need 5 More Exercises

LESSON 17: 5 More Exercises It’s way too easy to fall into a routine with your photography. And while routine may be good for certain things in life, we often need to experiment and think outside...

9 of the Best Road Trip Routes in the World

You grab your keys, jump in the driver’s seat, and start the engine. Buckle up, turn the radio on, and put the car in drive. With the windows down and the open road ahead,...

Accidentally Wes Anderson: The Story Behind the Popular Instagram Account

“We haven’t located us yet.” A verdant island full of young Khaki Scouts called New Penzance. The tidy inner workings of a submarine named the Belafonte. A decadent hotel in a country known as...

The View Out the Window: Driving through America’s National Parks

I didn’t visit my first national park until I was 22. I grew up in southern Ohio, and while there were several national parks within driving distance, my family always opted for vacations to...

10 Relaxing Green Spaces Around Los Angeles

Cities can be stifling. Even Los Angeles. Though it’s not full of skyscrapers like its East Coast counterpart, LA’s traffic-packed grid of streets and chaotic population can become a bit overwhelming at times. Sometimes...