Photos of Istanbul’s Galata Tower, and beyond, by Olay Seven

Friday, 14 October, 2016

Photography by Olay Seven

Olay Seven is an Istanbul based photographer and creative director whose photography work takes him around the world. While Turkey’s largest city, and the Galata Tower, feature prominently, there’s also images of Kuala Lumpur, Thailand, and the United States, among other places. I ought to look into working as a creative director.

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Tiffany Nguyen, dentist by day, photographer at the weekend

Thursday, 6 October, 2016

Photo by Tiffany Nguyen

Tiffany Nguyen is a dentist practicing in Southern California. Come the weekend though, she picks up her camera, and heads into the wilderness, and returns with photos like this one, taken at Mooney Falls, in Arizona. It sounds like a great way to unwind after a stressful week at work.

See more photos here.

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Photography with a nautical theme by Roberto Cubadda

Wednesday, 5 October, 2016

Photo by Roberto Cubadda

Italian photographer Roberto Cubadda’s work has a distinctly nautical theme, but that’s not all that there is to see, nature and travel are among other subjects featured. See more work here.

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See the world through the of eyes of videonauter Simone Cioè

Tuesday, 4 October, 2016

Photo by Simone Cioe

Simone Cioè is an Italian videomaker and traveller, who travels the world in the name of videonauting. Put videomaker and traveller together, and you get videonauting. Needless to say, some awesome photos have resulted from his globetrotting, some of which can be seen here.

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Jannik Obenhoff, up and coming Munich based photographer

Monday, 3 October, 2016

Photo by Jannik Obenhoff

At age sixteen, I think it’s safe to assume that Munich based photographer Jannik Obenhoff has a great future ahead of him in the field, if his work to date is anything to go by. Breathtaking is one word that springs to mind, when summing it up.

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Capel Curig in Wales, as you’ve not seen it before

Tuesday, 27 September, 2016

Photo by Richard J Richards

It’s a little edgy, a little moody, a little dark, but I think you’ll enjoy the experimental work of Derbyshire based photographer, Richard J Richards. This photo, by the way, was taken at Capel Curig, in Wales.

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Day to day life from Indonesia, photos by Buya Indra

Monday, 26 September, 2016

Photo by Buya Indra

Through his work, Medan based photographer Buya Indra offers us glimpses of day to day life from Indonesia. See more of his photography on his Instagram page.

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White Desert, Antarctica’s one and only luxury resort

Tuesday, 13 September, 2016

White Desert resort, Antarctica

White Desert is the name of Antarctica’s only luxury resort. During the summer months, you can stay in a dome-shaped fiberglass sleeping pod, that is about eight metres in diametre. And from the windows, you can take in the rugged landscape of the southernmost continent. Excursions to the South Pole can also be arranged.

The thing is, you’ll need a lazy forty-five thousand dollars. United States dollars. Though that will buy you an eight night stay. The visit to the South Pole will cost more. Worth it though, if Antarctica is somewhere you’d like to go.

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Venezia, a look at the Venice many tourist miss

Thursday, 8 September, 2016

Venezia, by Oliver Astrologo.

This is the reason why you must never travel as tourist anywhere, you’ll miss out on what a place really has to offer, and the chance to see how it truly ticks.

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Green soldier figurines in yoga poses, at Arizona’s Energy Vortexes

Friday, 2 September, 2016

Yoga Joes, photo by Dan Abramson

San Francisco-based artist and toy-maker, Dan Abramson has been making yoga practising green soldier figurines, called Yoga Joes, since 2014. He has recently expanded the range of poses performed by these little green troops, and to mark the occasion, took to the Energy Vortexes of Sedona, Arizona, to photograph them.

Nice work, if you can get it, as the photos demonstrate.

I did have a point I wanted to make when I started writing this post, but kind of lost sight of it. If you want the perfect job, you have to create it. Maybe it was something along those lines?

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