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Pontresina Switzerland

Things to do in Pontresina Switzerland

Located in Graubunden, the easternmost and largest of Switzerland’s cantons, the town of Pontresina is a charm. This picturesque resort town with its excellent hotels is one of the most popular summer destinations in Switzerland. Nestled in the green lush valley of Engadine, Pontresina offers quintessential alpine views and hosts a laundry list of leisure …

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Creux Du Van

Spending time in Switzerland means that you are exposed to many different languages on a daily basis. I am currently living in the Swiss-German-speaking part of Switzerland. But on a daily basis I am exposed to French, Italian and, well, English. I invest most of my “language” time improving my German. This is now an intermediate Swiss-Germenglish. So to break the mold I have been travelling to both France and the French part of Switzerland to sharpen up my Bonjour. Tack on a good old fashioned kiwi smile and I think you have yourself a pretty nice sentence.

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Top 18 Things To Do In Lanzarote

As part of our travel series, we’ve visited some amazing places on this planet. From the castles in France, Snowdonia National Park and even White Island New Zealand. We try to provide you with some inspiration for your next journey and teach you how to do the same. Lanzarote is a great destination, whether you’re …

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Things to do in Istanbul (Tips from the locals!)

Istanbul is a beautiful city.  The grand scenic shots can be absolutely breathtaking . When you step in and focus in on the macro details, you reveal a world of textures. A combination of exceptional light, people and history make Istanbul a must visit for any photographer.

Travel Photography Tutorial In London UK

Street photography tutorial from London UK. Professional photography tips and a guided tour video from one of the most picturesque cities in the world. Get out there and take more photos guys!

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Things to Do in Nazaré Portugal

Before we get started, we have other guides on Switzerland and Chernobyl that you might find helpful. If you’re thinking of heading to Europe then those are must-see destinations! We have amazing high quality content here. Now, on with the show with Things to do in Nazare, Portugal. Video from Nazare One of the most popular seaside …

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Fishing in Snowdonia | A Photo Essay

Road trip time. Adrian, Janis and Myself organised a weekend away fishing in the North-West of Wales. What is best described as an Instagrammers paradise! We explored: fields, forests, rivers, lakes and abandoned buildings. A weekend to remember. Here are a few of the snaps from my big camera the video will follow closely behind.

The Druid – Photo Essay from Brecon Beacons

We travelled to Brecon Beacons, a national park in Wales. Here we camped overnight and met a druid. We planned and put together a series of photos that I am pretty proud to call my own.

Walking Kaiser Mountains, Austria

One of the top unknown travel photography destinations: the Kaiser Mountains in Austria. This place is a must visit, especially if you have the opportunity in autumn!

Exploring the Jurassic Coast with Avis

In this episode I teamed up with Avis to take one of their DS5 line on a tour of the UK. We visited the Jurassic Coast, Weymouth, Portland and Stonehenge over a weekend of intense travel photography.

URBEX Photography from Poland

I travel to Tomaszow in Poland and headed to an abandoned factory for some Urban Exploration. Some fantastic URBEX photography tips came out of it.

Minerve, France: 140 People Got Burned Alive

Minerve France is an amazing town built high atop the cliffs. It only has one point of access from the rear and recently, a spectacular bridge. Rich with history it’s most famous tale comes in 1210 where 140 Cathars refused to give up their faith and were burned alive! Come and check it out!

Breathtaking Drone Footage from Canet, France

The plan for the trip includes a visit to the Mediterranean sea, the cities of Narbonne and Toulouse and at least 2 castles. The first day below comprises of the trip from London to Canet (outside Narbonne). From here the adventures are on! Check it out.

Can you fly a drone in London?

So I resisted for long enough. It was time to spice up these travel photography vlogs with some other angles. I would like to welcome “buzZy” to the family. In this video we are taking buzZy for is first flight in the city. In all seriousness there are a lot of rules regarding what you can and can’t do when flying in the centre of London.

Behind the Scenes – Photography tips from San Francisco

I managed to get a portfolio shot while in San Francisco. Seeing the Golden Gate bridge has always been a dream of mine since I was young. This day of photography centred around the bridge and I couldn’t be happier that I was able to walk away with a fantastic photo. Check out the video!

Dawn Travel Photography Vlog – Frozen in Yosemite

After a frozen start to the morning I headed for some landscape photography in and around the outskirts of Yosemite national park. Early mornings are sometimes difficult but you soon forget the lack of sleep and only remember the highlights. Check out the video here!

A Rockslide in Yosemite Valley !?

Today I was in the news! There was a rockslide in Yosemite national park. It greatly changed how I spent my day. This is my story! Watch the video and see the shots here….

Pontresina, Switzerland

Only 120 years ago the glacier we hiked to extended 2km further down the valley. I think I found the problem lying at the top of the mountain…

Photography from Ticino

Ticino is the southernmost canton of Switzerland. The borders consist of Italy to the south and to the north, the Swiss Alps. It is reached from northern Switzerland: either through the Alps via the Gottard Tunnel or over via the famous Gottard Pass. Ticino is the only canton that speaks solely Italian and thus, has the feeling, even the look of Italy, but it retains the Swiss efficiency. Swiss forces captured this pocket of land from Italy in the 15th century in their final campaign, south of the alps. As a result of its location, Ticino is the warmest part of Switzerland and is also prone to intense summer storms. The highest number of lightning strikes occur here per year across the entire continent of Europe.