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Day 7: Myths and Mountains

GREENLAND | Mon, 21 Oct 2013 | By divvea | Views [1018]

I have no clue what day or date it is today, not that it matters in the mountains. What matters is that I have woken up with a terrible body ache. Our tent is pitched right on top of stones and uneven ground, a discomfort we (Lykke and I) discovered ... Read more >

Tags: hasselblad, religion, shamans, stories, trekking

Photos: Leonard W Elliot (Devon, England)

UNITED KINGDOM | Wed, 3 Jul 2013 | By danmariner | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

As a child I recall spending hours flicking through National Geographic magazines, being fascinated by the stories the images told. One photo essay that stuck in my mind was the Hutterites by William Albert Allard. From then onwards, I knew I wanted to ... Read more >
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Tags: dan mariner, devon, documentary photography, leonard, memory, national geographic, nomads, photography, stories, world

Paris, France: A Place to fall in Love, Get Naked and Recover

FRANCE | Fri, 19 Apr 2013 | By tinapinto | Views [893]

“We don’t usually learn map work. We don’t use maps. It’s all Sat. Nav. now” explained my eight year old niece on the eve of my spontaneous departure to Paris. Her voice came to mind as my frustration mounted trying to read ... Read more >

Tags: love, naked, self and other, stories

Photos: stories

MEXICO | Fri, 2 Sep 2011 | By eliasphotojournal | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

My name is Elias, i'm a student of digital arts in Mexico. I love photography and is my favorite specialization for my career. My chosen photographs are a narrative travel to the past, the subjects appearing in the photos are things that used to be very ... Read more >
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Tags: aviles, bike, boat, elias, mexico, old, photo, photography, ship, stories

My Photo scholarship 2010 entry

BRAZIL | Sun, 17 Oct 2010 | By mauriciothomsen | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

When I was a teenager and started learning – and loving – photography with my father, I've always said that my dream job would be to be a National Geographic's photographer. Really. Not a cop, a soccer player or an astronaut. I wanted to be a NatGeo ... Read more >
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Tags: #2010wnphoto, life, memories, stories, travel photography scholarship 2010

Nicaragua

NICARAGUA | Sun, 3 Oct 2010 | By stephhef | Views [592]

The newest adventures and photos can be found at: http://ketoleavesthesea.wordpress.com/

Tags: adventures, friends, jokes, photos, stories, traveling

Two points for love.

ARGENTINA | Tue, 17 Mar 2009 | By melissamain | Views [708] | Comments [5]

She blinks and she is sitting around a table of 11 people, eating "asdao" the finest saltiest bbq she has ever tasted laughing equally at jokes she cannot understand and ones that she does through means of singular words in Span-glish and ... Read more >

Tags: bbq, love, points, stories

"Tambo la mokili"

AUSTRALIA | Tue, 4 Sep 2007 | By simon_monk | Views [1340]

We'd just finished up at the 15th birthday party of the Fred Hollows Foundation who we work with and I was flagging a ride home to Glebe. "Tambo la mokili" said taxi driver with a huge laugh as I got in. How did he know I work in travel? ... Read more >

Tags: footprints, footprints network, language, stories, taxi, zanzibar

 

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