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Readers’ photos: the world’s finest natural wonders
Readers’ photos: the world’s finest natural wonders

In this week’s #RGchat – our weekly Twitter chat – we got chatting about some of the world’s most amazing natural wonders. We asked you to share pictures of the natural wonders you’ve been awed by on your travels – and here’s what you came up with. There were majestic mountains… @RoughGuides A1: A feat or…

The colours of Mexico captured in 14 pictures
The colours of Mexico captured in 14 pictures

Travel photographer Tim Draper has shot images for more than 20 Rough Guides guidebooks, visiting far-flung corners around the world. Here he shares some of his favourite shots of Mexico. I began my journey in Tijuana, firstly heading slowly down to the tip of Baja, then across the Gulf of California by ferry, up into the hills on the…

Readers’ photos: sunsets from around the world
Readers’ photos: sunsets from around the world

In this week’s #RGchat – our weekly Twitter chat on all things travel – we asked our followers where they’ve seen the best sunset. The result was a barrage of wanderlust-inducing images that have us itching at the toes to get out and watch the sun go down in some faraway, dreamy place. We were so impressed…

Sunset photography: 11 tips for making the most of the golden hour
Sunset photography: 11 tips for making the most of the golden hour

Photography rule number one: don’t point your camera directly into the sun, right? Well, not all the time. It’s actually not so bad at sunset. The ‘magic hour’, ‘golden hour’ or whatever else you want to call it, is a beautiful, transcendental time of day when the light just gets better and better, until it gracefully glides down…

17 striking portraits of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley tribes
17 striking portraits of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley tribes

Renowned the world over for its decorated tribes, the Omo Valley is a stop on many a tourist route in Ethiopia. But visits to the area can cross ethical boundaries, and few tourists are allowed the pleasure of a genuine experience with local people. Here, Rough Guides photographer Tim Draper tells us about his experience photographing…

19 superb pictures of New York City
19 superb pictures of New York City

Each month we look at a different destination through the lenses of the best photographers on Picfair, and this month we’re focusing on New York City. It’s beautiful in summer or winter, but spring is one of the best times to visit and see the city bloom into a colourful metropolis. Here are 19 of our favourite…

The 7 most beautiful places in Southeast Asia – chosen by you
The 7 most beautiful places in Southeast Asia – chosen by you

It’s not just appearance that makes up the beauty of a place. Often, travellers will cite the people as the most beautiful thing about a country or culture. In Southeast Asia, there’s no doubt there is beauty in every form – and now our readers have voted to decide which countries are the most beautiful. Here…

Taliouine: the source of Morocco’s Red Gold
Taliouine: the source of Morocco’s Red Gold

Morocco-based travel photographer Chris Griffiths shares a visual insight into Taliouine: where Morocco’s “red gold” – saffron – is grown and harvested.  The Sirwa mountains are located in the Souss region of Morocco and are known for their distinct seasonal changes in climate. The vast rocky valleys making up the range appear somewhat inhabitable and infrastructure…

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