Photo session with Kirsten Amor: a twenty something journalist, writer, blogger and outdoor enthusiast. Passionate about photography, healthy lifestyle, self made presents, good food and always smiling. Check out her blog for/about women getting outdoors: AmoreExplore
Old Aston Martin (or Volkswagen??) car covered with graffiti – London Street Art (Camden Town). This photo art work is result of digital photo manipulation based on original image featuring old car (“hippie Beetle” rusty old car) and patch glass like pieces creating highlights and pattern of dimension through the whole image.
“A way to Tramtaria Land” – book by Zdenek M-an
* Online edition * English version * Digital download
Zdenek M-an is an intrepid traveller, adventurer and photographer whose main passion is “the world beyond”. He loves to soak up the atmosphere around him in its natural and informal way, while he is leisurely sipping good tea. And his tea selection he travels with is truly amusing. He had seen lots of Europe, fell in love with the Middle East and adored the Himalayas on his endless adventures through the Asia. His visions, attitude and wry sense of humour are well reflected in his photography. A way to ‘Tramtaria Land’ is his first book project, where he expressed the best of his endless journeys with a focus on the last trip, which took almost 4 years.
Ideal for your: Ipad / Kindle reader or any computer screen over 7 inch resolution Iphone compatible, but small screen less joy of rich graphics & cool pictures
There are many things I could say about this book. For sure: …..
it is a “serious travel dreams teaser” – Travel & Photo book with a ‘witty’ stories, mental snapshots, “worthy” ideology. With sections on Himalayas + Tibet, China, Sumatra, Australia and New Zealand…
‘A way to Tramtaria Land’
by Zdenek M-an
Language: English, Pages: 192, Format: PDF file, Size: 29MB, Availability: Digital Download
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Featuring many stunning images from Pakistan, Ladakh, Kashmir, Tibet, China, India, Sumatra, Australia, New Zealand, South Asia, …