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Strolling through Tunisia As the mercury soars and the beach resorts fill up along the coasts of the Mediterranean, there’s one place where you can still stake out your own patch of shoreline far from the crowds, wander through Roman ruins all by yourself and visit the sands of the Sahara and the sands of the beach in the same day. Jul. 17, 2018
History and Origine of Monba Ethnic Various actions had been taken by Tibetan authorities over the centuries to consolidate their rule over Menyu area. The area became the hereditary manor of Tibetans' Zhuba Geju (faction) during the mid... Jul. 06, 2018
The picturesque town in Switzerland IV Mürren – a former settlement of people from the Lötschen valley in the Valais, which still remains recognisable today from the design of the houses and the pronunciation of the Mürren dialect – is the highest, continually inhabited village settlement in the canton of Bern and lies on a terrace at 1650 metres, high above the Lauterbrunnen valley. Jul. 05, 2018
Egypt’s best foods If you know where to look, you'll find that there is much more to Egyptian cuisine than the triumvirate of kebab, falafel, and shawarma. Sure, shish tawooq (grilled chicken) and kofta(grilled meatballs) are ubiquitous on menus, and falafel and shawarma are street food big-hitters. Jun. 28, 2018
Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2018 finalists announced ​Yearly, Leica host a competition titled the 'Leica Oskar Barnack Award' and this year's finalists have now been announced. Jun. 27, 2018
Ten Directions: The 10th Anniversary Exhibition of the Three Shadows Photography Award Through the investigation, organization, and study of Chinese contemporary photography, the Three Shadows Photography Award introduced emerging Chinese contemporary photography to a wider audience, driving the development of Chinese contemporary photography. Jun. 14, 2018
NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES: 2019 Sony World Photography Awards The Awards are FREE to enter and offer amazing prizes, vast exposure, visibility, and opportunities to photographers worldwide. Jun. 05, 2018
The tiny island with human-sized money Hundreds of these extraordinary, human-sized discs of rock are scattered all over the island; some outside the island’s few hotels, others in rows close to the beach or deep in the forests. Each village even has a stone money bank where pieces that are too heavy to move are displayed on the malal Jun. 01, 2018
RED's Hydrogen One phone with holographic display is coming to AT&T and Verizon Differentiating the trend of "cameras contest", Red is doing fantastic. It's idea of holographic display will surprise you not just a little bit. May. 23, 2018
After the flood The flood killed at least 12 people and partly destroyed Tbilisi Zoo, killing dozens of animals, while 30 more — including tigers, lions, and bears managed to escape from their cages May. 15, 2018
Winners of the Pink Lady food photography awards ​The prestigious Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year competition has revealed its winners after receiving 8,000 entries from 60 countries. We take a look at some of the winning entries that celebrate the art of food photography. May. 10, 2018
Magical photos show the enchantment of forests Bulgarian photographer Veselin Atanasov is this year’s Open Photographer of the Year. He lives with his family in the small Bulgarian town of Kazanlak and works as an IT specialist. May. 04, 2018
This Is What Retirement Looked Like in 1970 The residents of Youngtown, Ariz., took a tongue-in-cheek approach to naming their town when it was founded around 1960: the town was the first American retirement community, a phrase that LIFE magazine still put within quotation marks in 1970, when the magazine's Paul O'Neil examined life in such towns in the May 15 issue. May. 03, 2018
Qingdao Declaration-Establishment of Silk Road Photographic Organization International Alliance Establishment of Silk Road Photographic Organization International Alliance May. 02, 2018
The memory of the past It’s the most perilous yet playful lunch break ever captured: 11 men casually eating, chatting and sneaking a smoke as if they weren’t 840 feet above Manhattan with nothing but a thin beam keeping them aloft. Apr. 26, 2018
Siberian: the best guides along the world’s longest train journey You might imagine the Trans-Siberian as a lonely, melancholic train journey through a snowy plain. But it’s better visualised as a chain of really cool people, who hand travellers over from one to another along the route and treat them to the best of Siberian hospitality. Apr. 26, 2018
Staple Food of Nu People The staple food of the Nus is maize and buckwheat. They also eat rice, barley grain, wheat and millet. In the past, they rarely grew vegetables and gathered wild plants, especially when others sources are low. Both men and... Apr. 18, 2018
The postcard-like beauty of Yunnan’s Shangri-La Ⅱ Due to seasonal water fluctuations few permanent structures rose near the shores but villages, seemingly of log cabins, could be seen clinging to lower slopes of surrounding hills, the calm waters reflecting the scene... Apr. 16, 2018
The postcard-like beauty of Yunnan’s Shangri-La Ⅰ In 1995 Bruce Connolly travelled to to Zhongdian (Shangri-La), a primarily Tibetan upland within Northwest Yunnan. In his previous piece Bruce discovered the fascinating Old Town. Today he explores postcard-like... Apr. 16, 2018
The Dry Guillotine: What the Previous 'Prison of Prison' Island Looks Like Now "The silent", "The man-eater" or even "The dry guillotine"; there has been many adjectives to describe how tough was the conditions of living that the worst prisoners had to face when there ... Apr. 13, 2018
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