Features // Lottie Gross

In photos: 4000-year-old forest discovered in Ireland
In photos: 4000-year-old forest discovered in Ireland

The first few months of 2014 brought gale-force winds and record amounts of rain to Ireland and much of the UK. Homes were flooded and many lived without electricity for months. These recent storms reached the southwestern Atlantic coast of Ireland and have shifted sands, moved boulders and changed the face of the coastline. It…

New camera set to banish the selfie for good
New camera set to banish the selfie for good

If you believed this was true, you can consider yourself an April fool! Technology start-up La Foil Pro have released a brand-new camera designed to banish the much-loved (or loathed) selfie. From Oscar-winners to your travel selfies, taking photos of yourself is great fun wherever you are in the world. But La Foil Pro are…

Win the ultimate iPhonography starter kit
Win the ultimate iPhonography starter kit

This competition is now closed. Check back soon to find out the winners.  Whether this is the height of the “iGeneration” or just the beginning, it’s true that over half of us are still attached to our smartphones and tablets while abroad – clearly we just can’t get enough of tweeting those beautiful beaches to…

A month-by-month guide to 2014
A month-by-month guide to 2014

Wondering where to go for a weekend away in March? Perhaps you want an adventure in April? Or even a relaxing week away in November? The Rough Guide to 2014′s month-by-month guide will answer all your questions on where to travel this year. The Rough Guide to 2014: a month-by-month guide June is particularly pleasant…

Exploring Slovenia in the spring
Exploring Slovenia in the spring

The famous poet and author of the Slovene national anthem France Prešeren once wrote this about the famous Lake Bled: “No, Carniola has no prettier scene Than this, resembling paradise serene.” But after five days, over 400km, countless wine tastings and an ungodly amount of food, I have concluded that he was wrong. During my…

Striking pictures of the faces of India
Striking pictures of the faces of India

Often considered more of a continent than a country, India has a varied landscape from desert to jungle to stunning coastlines. With a population of 1.2 billion people, it was the faces of this country that captivated Jack Fillery on his latest trip. The award-winning photographer has captured a series of images that he said…

Five ways to live like a local in Mumbai
Five ways to live like a local in Mumbai

The chaotic mix of people, colonial buildings and honking vehicles can be daunting to those unfamiliar with the Indian city of Mumbai. Coupled with the heat and humidity of this south western region, it can be an exhausting pursuit just looking for breakfast – knowing what to order is a whole other kettle of fish.…

One year on: Picfair’s best travel photography
One year on: Picfair’s best travel photography

If you’re a keen travel photographer, amateur or professional, and you’ve not heard of Picfair you’re missing a trick. As a platform for professional photographers it’s revolutionary, allowing them to sell their pictures at a price they want. Travellers with camera can get in on the action too. Since its launch in August 2013, 5,000…

Which is the world’s most beautiful country?
Which is the world’s most beautiful country?

Whether it’s soaring mountains or open seas, vast deserts or thick green rainforests, religious rituals or warm hospitality, there are a countless number of beautiful sights across the world. Sometimes it’s a personal experience that blows you away, and others it’s the sheer physical splendour of a vista laid out in front of you. We…

Incredible images of Afghanistan
Incredible images of Afghanistan

“Afghanistan is possibly the most beautiful country in the world”. Those are the words of Steve McCurry, the renowned and respected photojournalist best known for his picture of ‘Afghan Girl’ – the famous green-eyed refugee whose image graced the covers of magazines and newspapers all over the world. After crossing the border from Pakistan over…

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