Charlotte Heather-Cray

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21 of the world's eeriest ghost towns

Tucked away in the Balearic jewel’s lush interior are a host of beautiful places to stay, eat and drink in – and don’t miss the stunning capital or beaches either<p><b>Readers’ tips on the best things to do in Mallorca</b><p>Hammering the hills on a road bike, spending a lazy afternoon eating and drinking on a …

Travel

Horseriding, hiking and wildlife watching in Connemara, Ireland

Head to Connemara – in Ireland's wild west – for white-sand beaches, rugged shores, islands, whales, white horses and the warmest welcome<p>The sea …

Top 10 Summer Experiences in Norway

Explore the Arctic tundra, island-hop around scenic archipelagos, cruise majestic fjords, and hike magnificent landscapes under a never setting midnight sun. These experiences and more make up ten ways to enjoy the very best of summer in Norway.<p><b>Ride cable cars to see the midnight sun</b><p>Experience …

European Travel

Lonely Planet’s best spring break destinations

Finally, spring. And after months of gray days and long nights, it’s about time. But where to go? Shake off those memories of winter and last bits of snow with one of our spring getaways.<p>We picked our top spring break destinations – with a couple surprises thrown in – that have direct flights from …

Best Tours in Asia 2015

From Traveler Magazine's 2015 Tours of a Lifetime<p><b>China, Myanmar: Far East Sampler</b><p>Help mahouts care for their elephants at a conservation project in Myanmar’s Kalaw forest, mountain bike through Pao villages, and kayak Inle Lake, stopping to visit with Shan people as you tour a place few know. End …

An insider's guide to Geneva

Most foreigners know Geneva as a quaint Swiss city, home to the United Nations, chocolate shops and watchmakers. But beyond the tourist haunts, in-the-know locals are slinking into underground jazz bars, exploring the city from the seats of vintage bikes and swapping luxury jewellery shops for …

Who are you?

Project info<p>Do you believe that you can tell a person’s character by looking at their shoes? A simple test for you! Look down at your shoes right now. What are you wearing? Sneakers? Shiny, well-polished shoes? High heels? Well, whatever your choice, this test shows that shoes can paint a picture …

Working Out With Supermodel Karlie Kloss: The Toned Legs GIF

If you are one of the 9.3 million viewers who tuned into the Victoria’s Secret Show last month, chances are you couldn’t help wondering <i>exactly</i> how <b>Karlie Kloss</b>—whose 6’1” frame has never looked longer, leaner, or stronger—prepped for the runway.<p>According to the model, fitness has been a way of life …

Working Out With Supermodel Karlie Kloss: The Flat Abs GIF

Fans of the crop top, take note: Today’s workout with model <b>Karlie Kloss</b> uses a combination of stomach-toning planks, twists, and stability exercises designed by trainer and modelFIT guru <b>Justin Gelband</b> to zero in on the upper and lower abs and obliques. Getting in touch with your core values has …

Budget travel: a penny-pincher’s guide to Paris

It's no secret that Paris, by its very nature as a capital, can be pricey and often stars on the 'World's Most Expensive Cities' lists. But with savvy planning and know-how, you can indulge in the city without blowing the budget.<p>Sleep cheaply in historic mansions, fill up on gourmet cuisine, …

How would have been? Part II

Doppelgänger

Project info<p>The “imaginary friend” syndrome is an overactive imagination disorder. It consists in creating a reassuring mental companion in order to cope with a troubling situation. This friend is a fictional projection and only exists in the mind’s person: the inner life gets the upper hand on the …

Analog

Only Child - Photographs and text by K.K. DePaul | LensCulture

When he was five, his daddy was hanged for murder.<p>When he was six, his mother left him on the steps of the orphanage.<p>Later, when he was much older, he tried to kill himself…and when it didn’t work the first time…he tried again.<p>This lost boy became my dad and I was his only child. He was my first …

White Noise

Project info<p>Dark moods, anxieties, fears and worst nightmares.<br>Anything that scares us and we try to keep away.<br>The man is afraid of what he knows or what he does not want to see.<p>I investigated my subconscious in depth to better understand myself, trying to give light to my darkest depth.<p>I carried …

Poignant Portraits of Americans in Debt Explore the Role Debt Plays in Our Personal Identity

For photographer Brittany M. Powell, debt isn’t just the subject of a personal portrait project, it’s a harsh reality that she’s had to face …

Aftermath: Battling Breast Cancer - Photographs and text by Kerry Mansfield | LensCulture

In the series <i>Aftermath</i>, San Francisco-based photographer Kerry Mansfield courageously documented her two-year journey through breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and reconstructive surgery.<p>Mansfield was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 31 and soon learned that women in their 30s are the fastest …

Mental Health . . . A Photographer’s Perspective (this isn’t going to be easy)

As photographers, writers, illustrators, actors, musicians… As creatives, we create the world that we exist in, we create the world that the rest of …

Photography and the Feelings of Others: From Mirroring Emotions to the Theory of Mind

Photography is powerful because we can place ourselves into the perspective of those we see in an image. Whether it’s street photography, …

Portfolio Category - Portrait Awards 2014

Project info<p>SINGULARITY<br>This series represents colored pictures, almost monochromatic as a melancholic tone, like a painting. An obsessive search for truth, sincerity and simplicity through bodies and faces, through beings. I try to get close to the other, to know him better hence to know myself …

Psyphotology: A Look at Why People Are Afraid to Be In Front of a Camera, and How to Fix That

Well known headshot photographer Peter Hurley has teamed up with respected psychologist Anna Rowley to develop a way for people to overcome their …

Nobody Claps Anymore

Project info<p>“We photograph things in order to drive them out of our minds. My stories are a way of shutting my eyes.” – Kafka<p>The chronic evolution of our lives can generate emotional cancers.<br>In our youth, these cancers are small and neoplastic. For some of us, these small nuisances grow into …

Growing up

My children bring home things they find in the garden, in public parks, on the streets, in corners. Everywhere they spot beautiful little things that have great value for them and are sometimes reused in selfmade toys. I had forgotten how fascinated I used to be with these little treasures of …

Echo

Project info<p>Time, omnipresent yet elusive.<br>Time, apparently, heals all wounds.<br>Or so they say.<br>Maybe, maybe not.<br>We may cope, forget or even forgive.<br>Some scars will never disappear.<p>Echo is a collection of images about personal heritage and what defines you. Memory is what we are. Your very soul and …

A life with Dementia

Project info<p>This is my personal story showing my father's life with dementia.<p>After a fall and a delusional event outside the front door of their house, I had to call for an ambulance. There were obvious signs of an injury as a result of the fall. It was impossible for him to communicate if there …

minorities.pl

Project info<p>For all the years of politically forced amnesia, that have passed since the WWII atrocities gravely wounded the social body of Central Europe, the holders of the broken heritage of multicultural Poland were that mere one per cent of its citizens, who belong to thirteen different …

Just Mothers

Project info<p>Dai, 21 and Stefi, 20, grew up in Monte Chingolo, a slum in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, Argentina. They are friends and they are mothers. Sometimes they are single-mothers, sometimes they try to bring back family-life. They were still teenagers , when they both gave birth to a …

Anima

Project info<p>A personal exploration of my anima - concealed and revealed, hidden and emerging. Every one of these images is in a way a self portrait and an introspection. The cocoon of exile and solitude that envelops, constrains but also protects and comforts my anima on many levels is the subject …