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Robin Yong: Flowers of Ethiopia Robin Yong is an Australia-based medical doctor with a passion for photography and travel. He enjoys traveling to exotic destinations to befriend and photograph the locals. Over the past few years, Robin has quickly become one of the most popular and influential photographers at the Venice Carnevale. Feb. 09, 2018
The Yonder Blue: An Ancient and Cultural Fort in Rajasthan At the foothill of the majestic Mehrangarh Fort at Jodhpur in Rajasthan, described by Rudyard Kipling as “a mesmerising, formidable feat of construction,” there is a 500-year-old settlement where most ... Jan. 05, 2018
Puzhehei Puzhehei is a word from Yi language means "a place abundant in fish and shrimps". It is in the southeast of Yunnan. It is a beautiful palace surround by 68 Karst Lake and more than 300 mountain peaks. Visitors like name it as "the Guilin in Yunnan". The lipid lakes countless green hills and flourishing lotus flowers and Yi villages attract people all over the world to here every year. Jan. 04, 2018
The Magnificent Borobudur Temple The world's largest Buddhist temple and one of Indonesia's biggest attractions is Unesco World Heritage–listed Borobudur Temple. Standing on a 118m by the 118m base, its six square terraces are topped by three circular ones, with four stairways leading up through carved gateways to the top. Viewed from the air, the structure resembles a colossal three-dimensional tantric mandala. Jan. 02, 2018
iPhone takes top rank as Flickr's most used camera Flickr, the popular image hosting site, just shared some interesting info on the top cameras of 2017. According to its data, the iPhone ranks as the most popular camera with 54 percent of photographers using devices from Apple -- more than all the other traditional camera companies combined. Dec. 26, 2017
Fashion of Jino Ethnic Jino women usually are dressed in embroidered collarless jackets with buttons down the front and short black skirts hemmed with red lace. They also wear a pointed cap with its back reaching the shoulders like a cape... Dec. 25, 2017
Photo Trip Along the Ancient Silk Road After proposing “The Belt and Road Initiative” by China in 2013, China has aimed to build trade and enhance mutual friendship connecting Asia with Europe and Africa on and beyond the ancient Silk Road routes.In the nineteenth century, a new type of traveller ventured onto the Silk Roads ... Dec. 14, 2017
Breathtaking views of the Torres del Paine National Park Most people visit the park for its one greatest hit but, once here, realize that there are other attractions with equal wow power. We're talking about azure lakes, trails that meander through emerald forests, roaring rivers you'll cross on rickety bridges and one big, radiant blue glacier. Dec. 14, 2017
Havana: a great art city on the rise It's time to hail Havana as one of the world’s great art cities. The Cuban capital has never lacked artistic credentials, but a growing band of small private galleries, fresh interest in outlandish street art and the emergence of the extraordinary art collectives has sparked a creative renaissance that has truly put the city on the map. Dec. 12, 2017
A Quiet Land in the Bustling World Kyoto is an old Japanese city with quiet temples, sublime gardens, colorful shrines and geisha scurrying to secret liaisons. Nov. 09, 2017
2017 Grant Edition Winners Announced ​PhotogrVphy Magazine announced the prize winners of its 2017 Annual Grant. Oct. 24, 2017
History of Lahu people Legend says that the forbears of the Lahu people, who were hunters, began migrating southward to lush grassland which they discovered while pursuing a red deer.Some scholars hold that during the Western Han Dynasty... Oct. 18, 2017
Uzbek Customs and Taboos The Uzbek people attach much importance to rites and customs. They respect the elderly in every aspect of their lives. If two persons go out by horse, the senior one will be seated in front of the young one... Oct. 12, 2017
Meet the winners of the Photo Nightscape Awards 2017 This new edition has once again seen the most beautiful nocturnal landscapes and timelapses of the whole world confront each other. Oct. 12, 2017
Traditional Customs of Uzbek Minority The Uzbek people have frequent exchanges with various other ethnic groups in Xinjiang, and have particularly close relations with the Uygurs and Kazaks. The Uzbek, Uygur and Tatar languages all belong... Oct. 05, 2017
Urumqi Urumqi city is near the northern route of the Silk Road, to the west of Bogda Mountain and southeastern edge of Junggar Basin. It has a total population of 1,850,000, covering an area of 10,902 square kilometers. Sep. 28, 2017
Xiaomi teams up with Google on the $234 Mi A1, its first Android One phone The juicy report that did last month is true: Xiaomi has indeed partnered with Google for its next phone, an Android One handset dubbed the Mi A1 that’s priced at Rs. 15,000 ($234) and will be available across Asia, Europe, and Mexico later this month. Sep. 08, 2017
10+ Before & After Photos That Prove Why Animal Shelters Need Good Photographers Much like your Tinder profile picture can make or break your chances of finding a match, so too can pictures of shelter animals make or break their chances of finding a forever home. T Sep. 08, 2017
Shaoxing Shaoxing has rich cultural heritage and the delicate beauty of the Jiangnan water town. Represented by the Wupeng boat, black felt hat and dried pickled mustard, the custom of Shaoxing presents unique and attractive local characteristics. Shaoxing is the birthplace of many celebrities throughout history, including the great calligrapher Wang Xizhi, the great litterateur Luxun, the great leader of China Zhou Enlai and so on. It is a place that is well worth visiting. Sep. 06, 2017
Traditional Cuisine of Wa People The Wa people have two or three meals a day. Their staple food is rice, which is complemented with kaoliang, buckwheat, maize and beans. Chicken congee and camellia congee are regarded as their delicacies... Aug. 31, 2017
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