Scotland is a stunningly beautiful country. Even if you saw photos online and know what to expect, the reality will still wow you. In this article, I share a one-week Scotland itinerary for those who travel the world with a camera in their hand.
Standing on the banks of Loch Awe amidst some of the finest Scottish scenery, Kilchurn Castle is among the country’s most iconic medieval ruins. And that’s hardly surprising — in many ways, Kilchurn represents what it feels like to be in Scotland.
Built on seven hills, Edinburgh is considered one of the most striking European cities. With its rich history, incredible architecture, and eclectic crowd, it’s a place to fall in love with. Here are the best things to do and see in Scotland’s capital
In the far south of Latin America, Patagonia is a truly a place like no other. Marvellous but wild, stunning yet unforgiving, it is a land of pure beauty.
A land of snowy peaks, rugged coastline, and stunning lakes, New Zealand has everything a travel and landscape photographer can dream of.