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John Perkins' best photograph – an Egyptian lion-tamer

I started photographing the Egyptian state circus when I moved to Cairo in 2007. That's where I met Hamada the lion-tamer. He is from a long line: …

Resolution is an iOS App That Lets You Pixel Peep and Measurebate to Camera Porn

If pixel peeping on your desktop wasn’t enough, Resolution is here to continue to feed your addiction.The app was developed to specifically let you …

Why Photographs of Watches and Clocks Show the Time 10:10

Have you ever noticed that the watches and clocks found in product photographs and advertisements usually show the time 10:10? If you haven’t, pay …

Do You Know these 15 Key Features of your DSLR?

Got a new DSLR? Still trying to work out where to start? Check out this free video by Jeff Cable that runs you through 15 features of that DSLR that …

Beautiful Nightscapes – Photography by Max Seigal

Nature photographer Max Seigal is inspired by his love for the outdoors and all things wild. Whether he is tracking rhinos in the Okavango Delta of …

Photography

Simple Wedding Photography eBook | Photography Ebooks

1<p>Wedding Photography is Simple<p>Shooting weddings and building a successful business requires a ton of hard work! You take on a huge responsibility …

Wine Review: Pudding wines to serve with fruit desserts

Affordable pudding wines to serve with Diana Henry's fruit dessert recipes<p>The French know how to make the most of dessert wines, sipping sauternes with Roquefort, pouring pineau des Charentes into melon halves, and serving cool Alsace sweeties with pâté. But we Brits don't drink dessert wine nearly …

Dessert

Top 10 Eastern European getaways

For years Eastern Europe was the undiscovered half of the continent - but things have changed. The diverse highlights of Eastern Europe are now drawing travellers by the trainload. Here are our top 10 Eastern European getaways.<p>1. Julian Alps, Slovenia<p>The Julian Alps form Slovenia's dramatic …

Hostels have come a long way over the last few years. Check out five of the world’s most artful places for cash-strapped travellers to stay: http://www.bbc.com/travel/slideshow/20130617-five-artful-places-to-crash?OCID=fbtvlimg

Pt 2: An American fiefdom in Mexico

In the late 1800s, a US governor made his fortune in Mexico’s Batopilas silver mines, turning the town into his own personal kingdom.

Loneliness

Fennec Fox, Morocco

Photos

Faced with a red-eye flight? Here are five ways to get a better night’s rest with only a few hours: http://www.bbc.com/travel/blog/20130625-five-tips-for-getting-rest-on-a-red-eye?OCID=fbtvlimg

National Geographic Magazine

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22 amazing rooftop bars in London

England

5 Best Food Fight Festivals in Spain

Festivals

Frank’s Cafe and Campari Bar, Peckham

Let’s face it a car park in Peckham isn’t exactly sound like the most glamorous of settings for a bar, even a pop-up at that. But that’s what makes</b> …

Best and worst beaches – share your pictures and videos

Contribute with Guardian Witness<p>It's not been great news recently for the British beach, according the Marine Conservation society, the number of …

Mysterious Martian Grooves Carved by Dry Ice Chunks?

<b>It appears Mars may one day become a premier extreme snowboarding destination.</b><p>NASA research released this week indicates that mysterious, long narrow grooves carved into the slopes of giant Martian sand dunes may in fact be generated by gliding chunks of dry ice. Scientists have observed the …

Japan dos and don'ts: etiquette tips for first-time travellers

Japan is warm and welcoming to travellers, but its unique culture can be as inscrutable as it is intriguing for the first-time visitor. To help create a faux-pas-free journey, arm yourself with a few of these handy etiquette tips before your trip: from when to bow and take your shoes off, to when …

"Khotso" Peace at Devil's Knuckles

The Myth of the Komodo Dragon’s Dirty Mouth

In 1969, an American biologist named Walter Auffenberg moved to the Indonesia island of Komodo to study its most famous resident—the Komodo dragon. This huge lizard—the largest in the world—grows to lengths of 3 metres, and can take down large prey like deer and water buffalo. Auffenberg watched …