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Passion Passport’s community includes explorers, creators and storytellers from around the globe. Their travel experiences have challenged them, shaped their perspective of the world and given them a better sense of who they are. Both online and off, Passion Passport offers the opportunity to connect with one another, to share those pivotal moments, and to travel with purpose.
Cluny Castle through a Clearing in Aberdeenshire, UK

#PPFramed Instagram Challenge – 01/15/19 to 01/20/19

It's all about how your story is #PPFramed! Composition is at the center of this week's Instagram challenge theme. The scenes we come across on our travels can be overwhelming, so sometimes we need a bit...

Photographing the Golden State With ONA Bags: A Q&A With Laura Austin

To celebrate Passion Passport’s five year anniversary, we teamed up with ONA Bags and created a collection of wanderlust-inspired camera bags in five limited edition colors, chosen to represent the vibrant, whimsical nature of...

2018: A Year in Good News

We think it started in 2016. Alan Rickman, Gene Wilder, and David Bowie had all passed away. The deadliest shooting (at the time) in American history had occurred at the Pulse nightclub. Britain had...

Photographing the Pacific Northwest With ONA Bags: A Q&A With Andrew Kearns

To celebrate Passion Passport’s five-year anniversary, we teamed up with ONA Bags and created a collection of travel-inspired camera bags in five limited-edition colors, each chosen to represent the vibrant nature of travel and...

A Sunset Strip for Every Traveler

Even if you haven’t yet visited West Hollywood, you’ve probably heard of the Sunset Strip. This iconic stretch of road extends 1.6 miles from the city’s eastern Hollywood border to its western Beverly Hills...

How to Experience West Hollywood’s LGBTQ Scene

With its rainbow-colored crosswalks and blocks of out-and-proud bars and shops, the city of West Hollywood stands as the visible symbol of Los Angeles’s LGBTQ community. WeHo became the first majority-gay municipality in America...

17 Years on a Train

On the third day of the train journey from Toronto to Vancouver, just as you enter mountain country, there’s a bend in the tracks that seems particularly designed for adventure photographers. Here’s why: if...

A Guide to Vancouver’s First Nations Sites

A visit to Vancouver wouldn’t be complete without an introduction to the Native cultures that have called the region home for thousands of years. If you’re interested in visiting the city’s most important First...

Lessons in Travel Photography from Simone Anne

Simone Anne started out her photography career in the wedding world, even though travel had always been her biggest passion. She had hiked the 220-mile John Muir trail solo, visited five continents, and documented...