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Artist Creates (And Destroys) Drawings From Thousands of Pounds of Salt

There are plenty of artists who have spent the majority of their careers devoted to a single unlikely medium: For James Turrell, it’s light. For El …

“Umami” Was Coined by the Inventor of MSG to Describe Its Taste

In 1908, Japanese chemist Kikunae Ikeda isolated and patented monosodium glutamate, more commonly known to English-speakers of the 21st century as …

Create Photos With IMPACT By Composing With Purpose

After I started my own critique forum I soon started to realize that composition is one of the most commonly critiqued parts of a photograph and in …

Photography

Bold Street Photography Project: Photographing Strangers Together

Photographs of friends, family, and loved ones tend to be posed to include physical touch. Intimacy and closeness are symbolized by interlocked hands …

So How Does Zenfolio Stack Up as a Place to Host your Photographs?

Presentation is king in photography, after all, what is the point of taking stunning images and then keeping them to yourself. A website should be …

Web Design

How to take great summer photos | My favourite summer photo

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/gallery/2013/jul/09/summer-photos-my-favourite-summer-photo<p>720<p>My favourite summer photo: Five photographers discuss …

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Nicaragua Reveals Edward Snowden's Letter Pleading For Asylum

"I, Edward Snowden, citizen of the United States, am writing to seek asylum in the Republic of Nicaragua because of the risk of being persecuted by the government of the United States and its agents," reads the letter, written in Moscow on June 30.<p>"As a result of my political opinions, and my …

Surveillance

Here's What Not To Do On A Trip To Los Angeles

From gorgeous beaches, to trendy bars, to first-rate museums, to theme parks and everything in-between, Los Angeles is a world-class city and will keep you properly entertained and occupied.<p>And out there in that great expanse you're likely to find any number of things to do in Los Angeles, any …

4 Reasons Every Budget Traveler Should Choose Self-catered Accommodations - Vagabondish

When planning a trip, most travelers don’t think twice about booking flights and a traditional hotel for the length of their stay. But stop to …

35 Beaches You Should Visit In Your Lifetime

We've scoured world to find the best beaches you should put on your bucket list.<p>There's something for everyone: we found beaches where you can swim with penguins, relax under ancient Mayan ruins, bask on volcanic black sand, and more.

Beaches

11 Pictures That Will Make You Want To Visit Iceland's Blue Lagoon This Summer

A 40-minute drive from Reykjavík, the Blue Lagoon is a gorgeous geothermal spa that's one of the most-visited places in Iceland.<p>At an average temperature of around 100 °F, the lagoon's nutrient-rich waters are reported to fix all sorts of skin ailments, from psoriasis to eczema. People travel …

5 Reasons to Go to Santa Fe

Santa Fe is the most visited city in New Mexico, and for good reason. There are tons of unique attractions and heaps of terrific eats, plus the …

The small family theme park that just beat Disney and Six Flags

A new survey ranks a Northumberland County amusement park No. 2 in the nation, something a park official said was “really gratifying.”<p>The Travel …

Expensive experiences, cheaper alternatives

The world’s most iconic travel experiences don’t usually come cheap – but sometimes there are real alternatives. Here are some ideas for the budget-conscious, and expert advice on whether it’s actually worth paying the price for some of these bucket-list classics.<p><b>1. Orient Express vs InterRail</b> …

Sardinia Beaches: The Glorious Beauty Of Italy's Coastal Gem (PHOTOS)

Well doesn't this look like a little slice of heaven?<p>Sardinia, the tiny island off the coast of Italy just south of Corsica, offers a little bit of everything to travelers. From small medieval towns to crazy beautiful beaches, the Mediterranean island has a busy summer travel season.<p>Interested in …

Mount Fuji Climbing Season Officially Begins (PHOTOS)

Mount Fuji officially opened for its two-month-long climbing season Monday, with hiking enthusiasts flocking to the mountain to participate in rituals, festivities and the famed trek.<p>Japan's highest mountain, Mount Fuji was added to UNESCO's World Heritage list of places of "outstanding universal …

A road trip through Scotland's intoxicating Isle of Skye

Like the finest single malt whisky, the Isle of Skye is an intoxicating distillation of all that is great about Scotland’s Highlands and islands. Its dramatic landscape embraces everything from bleak, wind-scoured mountains to sheer sea cliffs and edge-of-the-world, seashell-strewn beaches. Throw …

Skift Roundup: This week in Gay travel trends

This past two weeks have been a momentous for the LGBT community in U.S., with more developments worldwide, and Skift has been covering various parts …

Niagara Falls revitalizes itself, wants to turn tourists into citizens

Visitors to Niagara Falls may soon find themselves zip-lining in the Niagara Gorge, biking along the rushing river and staying in a new hotel room, …

5 Uber-Luxurious Hotel Suites In Las Vegas

We've selected five of the city's most jaw-dropping, high-roller-worthy suites that we think embody modern Las Vegas decadence.<p>Forget the kitsch and tacky opulence of yore; these beauties are sleek, sophisticated, and, well, pricey.

Top tips for first-time family travel

The first time you contemplate hitting the road as a family can feel fraught with potential disaster – you envisage being stuck without vital wet wipes, or seeing your precious toddler getting sucked into the chaos of a Turkish bazaar. Relax. It will be okay. It’s actually very satisfying exploring …

the top destinations of 2013, part 2

It’s no easy task deciding on your favourite countries to travel to. We asked our fans on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Thorn Tree to tell us where they have travelled and then we asked them to rate those destinations by 16 criteria (for example, which was the best ‘Value for money’ destination). …

Northern Laos’ 100 Waterfalls Trek

In the last four years, the rural village of Nong Khiaw has seen a steady stream of adventure travellers who want to experience the 10km trek before it disappears.<p>Strictly speaking, the name of the 100 Waterfalls Trek in northern Laos is misleading, since it is impossible to say how many waterfalls …

Vietnam

Ten great cycling routes: from day-trips to long-distance adventures

Wind in your hair, landscapes whipping by, cruising through peaceful forests: embracing the outdoors on two wheels is one of the healthiest and most enjoyable ways to get around. Here’s our round-up of great cycling routes which offer something for everyone, from multi-day adventures to relaxing …