Do you want to travel and see the world? If not, these pictures sure will inspire you to.
by Noel Cabacungan
After the infamous fall of the Galactic Empire, the surviving Stormtroopers were scattered all over the galaxy. A few of them landed on a system called Earth, waiting impatiently for orders. But to no avail. Without the Empire to fight for, these troopers sold all their Imperial vehicle parts, lugged their backpacks, and began to travel the world.
Liam Wong is a Graphic Design Director at Ubisoft where he directs the ‘look and feel’, or in other words, visual identity for games. However, we are not going to discuss his professional work in this article, we are going to enjoy photographs that he has done as an amateur photographer traveling through his work.
by Darion Gomez
When I arrived in Tokyo for the first time in February of 2017, I hadn’t slept in a day. My eyes stung and my arms were heavy as I dragged my luggage into the train heading from Narita to Tokyo proper, but I was finally on my way to the city I had only seen behind the glow of a screen.
by Oli Murugavel
I have heard a lot about Nepal but never been there. In June 2017 I traveled two cities in Nepal. Kathamandu, Pokhara and there were truly awesome. I got nothing much to say than just share my pictures!
There are some places on this magical planet that leave your jaw on the ground, whilst you drag it along like an old car dragging a broken bumper. The Maras Salt Ponds, located in the ancient Inca Sacred Valley (we are happy to say), is one of such places.
Over the past two and a half years, we have traveled to 41 countries, and we’ve been fortunate enough to pick up our jaws off the floor, at least a few times. Our trip to Namibia comes to mind, the waterfalls of Iceland had us drooling too, and the Benagil cave in Portugal was beyond anything we could imagine. This time, however, we did not expect to see such a unique landscape appear in front of us, as we drove along the main road from the modern town of Cusco.
Many people don’t like rain, but the puddles left behind can be more than magical. Every time I see a puddle I take out my smartphone and put my camera lens as close as I can get to the puddle and capture its parallel world.