Photographer Charles H. Traub captured spectacular moments of intimacy and humor in everyday Italian life. From Traub’s new book, Dolce Via: Italy in the 1980s .
Posts tagged travel.
Time travel with art.
Take us back, way back. Courtesy of Beetles and Huxley.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.
I am going to Iceland! For a week in February, I will be based out of Reykjavik. It will be my first time, and I am currently researching and collecting tips on:
- where to visit
- what to do
- where to eat/drink, and what to try
- who to look for - bands, performance troupes, etc.
- where to shop
- what to pack
Anyone who sees this - suggestions?
Our entire globe starts its day the same beautiful way.
Love the sugar packets in the Italy picture!
If Comic-Con had an official travel agency…
Midgar made the list!
This collection of hand-colored lantern slides brings to life a bygone era.
Celebration. Violence. Love. Grief. Abundance. Despair.
#6 stirred me. As documentary, it’s a wonderful photo. As subject matter, it’s terribly sad. #9 is beautiful.
Despite the violence and grief displayed in this list, looking through the photos brought back fond memories of celebrating the bayram in Istanbul in 2011.
Waitomo Glowworm Caves are a famous tourist attraction because of the large population of fireflies that live in caves. Fireflies, or Arachnocampa luminosa - tiny bioluminescent creatures that produce blue and green light live exclusively in New Zealand. Photo credit: Credit: Discover Waitomo
Paris from the top of the Arc. April 2013. A recreation of this shot, from 2008.
Montmartre. Paris, April 2013.
The man hanging off the lamppost is freestyle footballer Iya Traore, who performs regularly on the terrace outside Sacré-Cœur. You can learn more about him here.