Is there anything surprising left in Thailand? Kati Auld has never been so delighted to be wrong.
Blog posts: Photography
See the world through the colourful lens of our photojournalists and bloggers. Here you’ll find an exquisite collection of photographs from all over the globe. Whether you are a budding photographer looking for tips and tricks or you just want to gawk at the majestic photos taken by our elite crew of photojournalists be sure to pay the photography section a visit.
Reunion Island is not a bad place to have your birthday. From an active volcano to deep-dark crystal pools, enjoy these gorgeous photos from a dream assignment.
A few months ago I had the opportunity to go home to Durban and dip into both the warm seas and the currents of change swirling through this multicultural, balmy city. What I found was inspiring.
Fishing, I’m told, is all about being in the know – and now I know the best spots to snatch up a tiger fish. Coincidentally they happen to live in heavenly places like the Okavango Delta.
Capturing a unique photograph in the wild is all about patience, experience, and a fair amount of luck. With these six photo tips we want to help make you as lucky as possible.
My adventures to last year’s MTN Bushfire Festival. Me, my twin sister Nandi, her colleague Dumi, and our pal Silas. Here is what we saw and experienced – one of the best weekends of my life, really.
Gorgeous photos from an impromptu trip to India: Mumbai, Goa and the peaceful waterways of Kerala.
Did you know only six percent of the Kruger National Park is accessible to visitors via the main public roads? The best way to experience more is on foot.
There’s no one way to explore this diverse slither of Italy, but as far as a little impromptu train jaunt down the Italian coastline goes, this one is hard to beat.
With the nickname ‘Jewel of the Pacific’ you’d expect Valparaíso to be a sparkling kind of place. And it is: a hive of activity and colour, restaurants and cafés, backpackers, bars and boutique hotels.