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Quarantine Travel Inspiration: #travelingfromhome with Joaõ Falcao

After having several trips cancelled by the pandemic, Portuguese photographer Joaõ Falcao had the idea of recounting his favorite trips from last year in a little more detail than before. He started posting recaps...
Nomadic horsemen in Central Asia pose in front of livestock and mountains.

Central Asia: “Stans,” Silk Roads, & Soviet Ghosts

Central Asia used to be the center of the world. The Silk Road — arguably the most important trade route in history — ran through the region and set the stage for the Islamic...

A Love Letter to Ladakh, India

Far from the heat, noise, and chaos, atop India’s snow-capped mountains, I found peace. Before I even set foot in Ladakh, also known as Little Tibet, its very mention made me daydream. When I...
A car in Switzerland, where Andrew Knapp began his travels with Momo

How to Travel the World With Your Dog: A Q&A With Andrew Knapp of...

Andrew Knapp is a photographer and visual storyteller from Northern Ontario who’s worked on various artistic endeavors — from murals to festivals to collaborative projects. But over the past few years, his main collaborator...

Photographing the Streets of Hanoi

As anyone who has traveled to Vietnam will tell you, it is a place that is simply unforgettable. With its staggering natural scenery, friendly people, and rich culinary offerings influenced by a French and...

Trinidad: Cuba’s Historic Gem

“I hope there are more Trinidads out there. I’d like to find and wander through them all, to fall in love over and over again.” This was the thought floating in my head as...

Venice Under Fog: A Q&A With Photographer Matt Horspool

You know this city. We all do. The red-roofed buildings floating atop a labyrinth of canals. The commanding gondoliers guiding their boats across the glimmering waters. The arched bridges extending across every gap, connecting...
A series of mountains during Golden Hour on the Pamir Highway.

A Pit Stop Along the Pamir Highway

Of all the travel destinations I’ve fallen in love with, the Pamir Highway caught me the most off guard. In the highlands of eastern Tajikistan, only one shabby road — the M41 — surges through...

Manang: A Story From Then and Now

The last time I was in Manang was 10 years ago. Although it was just a one-day visit, the Manang I remember was remarkably different from the bustling city I experienced this year. Just...

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