Escape plans, exotic destinations and summer vibes.

Figlia del deserto. Piani di evasione, mete esotiche e summer vibes, accompagnate da pezzi scelti desert glam Deserto sand tour. Stile coloniale moda Estate 2020 tra le dune, sfrecciando in mehari con sahariane, chinos, bluse khaki, tute e trench militari. Ispirazione Lauren Hutton…

Stilyng: Monica Curetti
Ph.: David Burton
Ha collaborato: Roberta Astarita
Pettinature: Barbara Bertuzzi @Freelancer
Trucco: Claudia Marchetti@Greenapple Italia using makeup IT Cosmetics CC Cream
Modella: Regitze Christensen/Elite
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Escape plans, exotic destinations and summer vibes.
more at Elle Italia

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Inspiring Nature Photos

Take a quick escape to check out these beautiful nature images

“Mars” by Marc Cézard
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“Emerald Forest” by Vincent James
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“The Watcher” by Erick Castellon
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“The Light Will Shine Again” by Erick Castellon
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“Magic Lofoten” by QubaKpl
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Inspiring Nature Photos
more at dpmag

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Where were these Wanderlust Photos of the Year taken?

Over the years, we’ve narrowed down dozens of breathtaking Photo of the Year finalists and winning shots and shared them with you. But can you work out (or remember) where they were taken?

Babak Mehrafshar
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Aung ThuYa
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Gunther Riehle
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Marcus van Hauten
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Khanh Phan Thi
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Wanderlust’s popular Travel Photo of the Year competition has highlighted the amazing work of countless budding travel photographers from around the world for years.
Let’s take a look back at some of the winning, highly commended and finalist photographs, past and present. Can you guess, deduce or remember where they were taken? Let’s find out…
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Where were these Wanderlust Photos of the Year taken?
Quiz available at wanderlust

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Kazuyoshi Nomachi, one of Japan’s preeminent photojournalists

Born 1946 in Kochi Prefecture, Nomachi studied under the photographer Takashi Kijima, launching his career as a freelance photographer in 1971. A journey to the Sahara Desert in 1972 led to extensive photojournalistic coverage of Africa including the Nile River region, Ethiopia, and the Great Rift Valley. From the late 1980s, he turned his attention to the Middle East and Asia and undertook long-term coverage of places such as China, Tibet and Saudi Arabia, honing in on the lifestyles and faith of people living in harsh climates. Since 2000 he has focused mainly on the Andes, India, and Iran. The resulting photographs have been published in magazines and as books, and shown in exhibitions worldwide, garnering much attention. Among his many photo books published internationally are Sahara, The Nile, Tibet, Mecca, and A Photographer’s Pilgrimage. He has won numerous awards, including the Domon Ken Award, the Minister of Education Award for Emerging Artist, the Photographic Society of Japan’s International Award, and in 2009 the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon.

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Anastasia Photo is pleased to present Kazuyoshi Nomachi, one of Japan’s preeminent photojournalists.

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