Experiencing an Orthodox mass at Bet Maryam in Ethiopia’s holy city of Lalibela is unlike any religious festival on earth. Here’s why …
Blog posts: Photo albums
View spectacular images from Getaway photojournalists and professional photographers and explore their world from your screen. It is nigh impossible to be at all the places all the time so sit back and let our photographers bring you the beauty of the world straight to your monitor. Maybe you have an interest in photography? Well be sure to visit the photo albums section for regular inspiration.
Ethiopia has always been at the top of our long list of countries to visit. We didn’t go in search of capturing an award-winning photograph of a malnourished child with a fly on it’s lip, and a vulture lurking in the background. We chose Ethiopia for its culture and insanely fascinating ancient history.
A collection of photos of the more magnificent side of going on assignment for Getaway magazine to the private reserves in the Greater Kruger region
As the first week of August poured down over Cape Town, I was getting just as soaked 10 000 kilometres away in a little village outside of Bergen, Norway. Here are a few of my favourite shots, plus my first ever attempt at time-lapse photography.
These 30 images have made it into the final phase of The Wonder of Elephants Photo Competition in support of World Elephant Day. Vote for your 10 favourite images before they move on to our panel of judges.
Photographer Fong Qi Wei captures the passage of time in a collage-like layered landscape in his latest series of photos: Time is a Dimension. It’s special, just take a look.
A collection of beautiful things that have been named in honour of South Africa’s ex-president Nelson Mandela.
Etosha National Park is a beautiful park, (perhaps one of my all-time favourites) and to do it justice requires photographic talent and the right gear. Luckily, Stew Nolan from Team Dtours was there and shared these pics with me.
In February my wife and I spent 10 days travelling around Iceland. From Reykjavik we travelled north to the centre of the country to Faskrudsfjorder and then on to Akureyri to check out the Northern Lights.
Cape Town, South Africa’s beloved Mother City, has changed dramatically over the years. Here’s a look (in pictures) at Cape Town then versus what it looks like now. Fascinating!