Capture the Colour Contest – The World in Colours

Capture The Colour Contest If you’ve ever met me on the road, I often live behind the viewfinder of my camera. I’ve got tens of thousands of unsorted photos.. half out of laziness, half out of being too busy taking more photos to be able to sort them! The premise of this contest was to […]

Getting stoned in Stanley Park, Vancouver B.C.

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Varkala: Tibet of the South

Varkala is a beautiful seaside city located in India’s southern state of Kerala. It has some unique characteristics, such as the towering red-rock cliffs which face the Arabian sea, along the otherwise flat coast of Kerala. In addition to this, there are two distinct areas of the city. The one found inland is primarily hindu, […]

Sunset stroll along the shores of Lake Malawi at dusk.

Around dusk and again at dawn, the shores of Lake Malawi become scattered with farmers, fishermen and other locals strolling along the water’s edge, enjoying the beautiful hues the sun casts out and the cooler air. It’s a perfect way to unwind after a long day for both locals and visitors alike. This shot was […]

Florianópolis: An eco city rich in nature and adventure

Florianópolis, Brazil Florianópolis is a spectacular city located just north of Argentina in southern Brazil. An ocean side city, it’s layout is quite unique. It’s a continental city which also has  several inhabited islands within it’s city limits. One island in particular is attached to mainland with a narrow peninsula, and is one of the primary locations […]

Traditional dance in the Pendopos of Yogyakarta

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Gold Coast, Australia: Pinnacles of the East

The Gold Coast’s Byron Bay If ever venturing along the Gold Coast of Australia’s eastern shores, you’ll undoubtedly end up in a beautiful town known as Byron Bay. Here you’ll find Australia’s most Easterly Point, as first recorded by Captain Cook while he sailed past on the Endeavor in 1770. The city, along with much of the gold coast, […]