Spam and Hawaii, a love affair of food that was brought on by desperation and is now a timeless Hawaiian cuisine.
In Fisherman Wharf, San Francisco, California resides a harmless homeless man that hides behind a portable wall of bush waiting for passer-bys.
The Suri pride themselves on their scars and how many they carry. The female Suri members perform scarification by slicing their skin with a razor blade after lifting it with a thorn. After the skin is sliced the piece of skin left over is left to eventually scar. These rituals are said by some anthropologists [...]
Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania. The park’s name originates from the Tarangire river that runs through land, being the only source of water for wild animals during the dry seasons. During the arid season thousands of animals migrate to the Tarangire National Park from Manyara. Captured above is a Bateleur [...]
The Republic of Seychelles is an island country spanning an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, some 1,500 kilometres (932 mi) east of mainland Africa, northeast of the island of Madagascar.
Photo is taken in the town of Cilaos on Piton des Neiges (Snow Peak), a massive shield volcano on Réunion, one of the French volcanic islands in the Mascarene Archipelago in the southwestern Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar.
Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flats, covers 65% of the Daniel Campos region in Bolivia.
Boys canoe in a dugout across Lake Malawi (also known as Lake Nyasa) in the northern region of Malawi by Nkhata Bay.
“Never say ‘kekko’ until you’ve seen Nikko” (kekko means beautiful in Japanese). Nikko is well-known for its hot springs. The city draws many national and international tourists to enjoy the sublime splendor of Nikko’s breathtaking waterfalls, numerous shrines (e.g., the Futarasan Shrine) and historical landmarks like the mausoleum of shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. Read Japan travel [...]