Features // Lottie Gross

You can now travel by dragon in Wales
You can now travel by dragon in Wales

Who wants to drive for hours on winding Welsh roads, or take one of those tiny local stopping trains, when you could hop on the back of a dragon and make the journey between Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons in just 32 minutes? No, the Queen of Dragons from Game of Thrones hasn’t taken over Wales (although we’re…

A pilot reveals his top 5 views from the cockpit
A pilot reveals his top 5 views from the cockpit

Having clocked hundreds of thousands of miles in the skies, Mark Vanhoenacker is convinced being a pilot is the best job in the world.  “I like the connections airplanes can make. We can go see our landscapes and cultural heritage all across the world. We can hear languages and birds in the environments we evolved…

3 years, 15 countries, 6286 photographs
3 years, 15 countries, 6286 photographs

Photographer Kien Lam spent three years travelling to fifteen different countries to create his second compelling collection of time-lapses. Eighty thousand miles and over six thousand photographs later he released this film, Time and Again, our pick of the week. “On their own, every place has a story and together they make up a glimpse of my travels across our planet”, he says. In…

Is this gadget the ultimate cure for jet lag?
Is this gadget the ultimate cure for jet lag?

Jet lag. We’ve all had it, we all hate it, and yet we’re all none the wiser on how to get rid of it. But now there’s a new way alleviate that 3pm slump after a long flight – apparently. The latest in wearable technology is the crowd-funded Ayo, a “light-based, energy-boosting” pair of glasses.…

The best of Picfair: stunning landscapes
The best of Picfair: stunning landscapes

Every month we round up the best images from photography-sharing website Picfair. This month, we’ve looked at the varied landscapes and vistas captured by Picfair’s photographers from around the world. From the mountains of Tibet to the plains of Lesotho, here are 22 stunning examples of landscape photography. Next month’s theme is ‘patterns’, so head…

Is this drone the coolest camera on the market?
Is this drone the coolest camera on the market?

First there was the GoPro revolution, giving adrenaline-junkies and wannabe filmmakers alike the chance to document their daily trials and travels, then came the drones that let us teeter over the edge of Niagara Falls and delve into volcanos. Now there’s a new filming phenomenon: the Lily Camera. Launched earlier this month, this super-easy-to-use, compact…

Film-maker perfectly captures spring in Philadelphia
Film-maker perfectly captures spring in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is one of America’s unsung heroes. The one-time capital is too often overlooked in favour of its big-shot neighbours, Washington DC and New York City. But if you take some time to explore, you’ll discover a city that lives and breathes beautiful art, great music and delicious food. Our pick of the week, this…

Stunning time-lapse video captures grandeur of the USA
Stunning time-lapse video captures grandeur of the USA

Time-lapse photography was once almost exclusive to BBC nature documentaries, but since the advent of YouTube and Vimeo it has blown our minds every day. Film-makers have allowed us to see the northern lights dance across the sky; they’ve let us watch waves rise and fall on the sandy shores of Hawaii; and they’ve bowled us…

Stunning video shows why you should travel at home
Stunning video shows why you should travel at home

In this week’s featured video “adventure is on our doorstep” is the message from Sebastian Linda from Saxony, Germany. “We travel to far away places because we expect holidays, recovery, adventure and new experiences. But is that always necessary?”, he asks. In this visual tour of his home state, Sebastian explores it all from the city of…

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