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Photo Essay: Barcelona in One Day

Awakened; get dressed, and get ready to see Antoni Gaudi’s iconic masterpiece of architecture, still in construction for more than a century, the La Sagrada Familia. I hop into a tapas bar and eat something light on the s...


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Captured on Film: India and Indonesia

One can find visceral moments that embody both the natural and chaotic in India and Indonesia. The ease of village-living, combined with the raw power of the stark and sometimes bare landscapes, ensures that first time traveler...



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Marseille Through Film

Marseille is the sunniest city that lies at the south of France, with its azure blue seas of the Mediterranean touching its coast.  The crashing waves on the coastline force the hardened, chalk-white limestone cliffs to form i...


Photo Essay: The Back Streets of Mindelo, Cape Verde

One of an archipelago of 10 islands in the Atlantic Ocean, about 500km off the West African coast, São Vicente is home to the cultural capital of the islands, the town of Mindelo. I’ve been lucky enough to visit the is...



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Photo Essay: China’s Matriachal Kingdom

By Tracy Zhang | Originally published in  WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) ne night after I turned 13, I rowed across the lake to her house. It was 2am when I knocked on her window. But she didn’t let me in. I...