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Iceland's natural crown jewels Iceland’s south coast boasts the constantly changing Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon, where blue, white, turquoise and black streaked icebergs shift and creak about in an icy dance. The icebergs are 1,000-year-old chunks of the retreating Oraefajokull glacier that have broken off and are floating out to sea. Aug. 06, 2018
Blue Tear: One of the Ocean Wonders in the World As one of the world wonders referred by CNN, the "Blue Tear" sparkles on the ocean in Matzu, an outer island of Taiwan, on every turn of spring and summer season. The eerie blue mild emitted by a special ... Aug. 03, 2018
The timeless natural beauty of Asheville Nestled in the southeast corner of the Appalachians, Asheville bridges the gap between tradition and modernity in surprising ways. This is the kind of place where century-old folk songs are played by street corner buskers outside of fusion restaurants serving up locally distilled craft cocktails. Jul. 25, 2018
The romantic France port city—Le Havre Slowly rebuilt in the striking architectural style of modernism, the 500-year-old city soon rose from ashes to become one of France’s most extraordinary 20th-century urban designs. Jul. 25, 2018
Judging of the Silk Road Youth International Photography Competition completed On the morning of July 22, the news conference of the 2018 Silk Road Youth International Photography Competition was held in Beijing. Jul. 25, 2018
The first meeting of the presidium of SRPOIA held in Beijing On the morning of July 22, 2018, the first meeting of the presidium of Silk Road Photographic Organization International Alliance was held in Beijing. Jul. 23, 2018
FIAP Secretary-General Ioannis Lykouris visits Global Photography Following the visit of Riccardo Busi, President of the Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique, Ioannis Lykouris, Secretary-General of FIAP, made a visit to Global Photography headquaters in Tianjin on July 19th. Jul. 20, 2018
Three alluring peninsulas worth a visit Peninsulas are clear winners as travel destinations: as well as the obvious appeal of their beaches and seaside towns, they often have a distinct identity that marks them out from the mainland proper, and attracts alternatively-minded and eccentric inhabitants. Added to their hiking, cycling and road-trip potential, these qualities make peninsulas intriguing spots to explore. Here are several recommended spots. Jul. 20, 2018
Pingyao photography festival scheduled for September Pingyao photography festival scheduled for September Jul. 18, 2018
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
Stories about empty rooms Photographs reveal the still-intact living quarters of those who left following the country’s political chaos and economic collapse. Jul. 16, 2018
New Year’s food traditions of different countries As the new year arrives around the globe, special cakes and breads abound, as do long noodles, field peas, herring and pigs. The particulars vary, but the general theme is the same: Share a meal with family and friends to usher in a year of prosperity. Jul. 16, 2018
West Lake Longjing Tea Nestled in green hills, Longjing Tea Village is located at the southwest West Lake. Because the village is enclosed by hills, the village owns about 533,333 square meters Longjing tea field on the hills. On the northwest village are Beigao Peak, Lion Peak and Tianzhu Peak. Jul. 13, 2018
Visual stories with poetry and boldness In Elizaveta Porodina‘s works, every detail is elegant and arouse our curiosity and emotions. Experimental and aesthetic, her graphic style unfolds with beauty for the fashion and advertising industries in particular. Jul. 12, 2018
The 2018 Audubon Photography Awards winners This year, more than 8,000 images depicting birdlife from all 50 states and 10 Canadian provinces were judged. The competition celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and the many bird species protected by this conservation law. Jul. 12, 2018
The Newest UNESCO World Heritage Site Located at the juncture of the three counties of Yinjiang, Jiangkou and Songtao in northeastern Guizhou Province, Fanjing Mountain National Nature Reserve is one of the main peaks of Wuling Mountain Range. The whole reserve covers an area of 567 sq kilometers (219 sq miles), dominated by the primitive vegetation. Jul. 11, 2018
Seven Wonders: Machu Picchu Imagine yourself at Machu Picchu, perched on a mountain ridge 2,350 meters (7,710 feet) above sea level, surrounded by jungle and clouds of mist. With its dramatic history, amazing stone architecture, and majestic natural setting, the Inca citadel is an enduring highlight of a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Peru. Jul. 10, 2018
Community stories in Industrial England Tish Murtha’s relentless vision can be characterized by a single trait: empathy. She unflinchingly investigated forsaken communities crippled by ineffective government policies and bleak living conditions. Jul. 10, 2018
Secret Garden  Flowers are available for viewing year-round in the park’s 92,000 square-meter area. One of the park’s particularly big draws is its wisteria flowers. The park holds over 350 wisteria trees, and it is Japan’s largest collection of wisterias. Jul. 10, 2018
Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S10 triple-cam to offer super-wide-angle and 3x tele We've already heard rumors about Samsung launching three models for its upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone generation, including one featuring a triple-camera on the back. Jul. 10, 2018
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