Photo: Oatsandsugar As an American living in Australia, I tried my hardest to have my eyes and ears open to the culture around me.
Members of the Caddo tribe. Photo: Texas A&M University-Commerce Marketing Communications Photography Of the estimated 7,000 languages spoken in the world today, many are at risk of extinction.
Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube WHEN I THINK OF CANALS, I envision these tiny, man-made channels of water big enough only for a single cruise ship to sail through at one time.
Photo: Bo Stern 1. The meats Puffin. Mini lobsters. Whale so juicy and tender that it melted in my mouth and gave me one of the greatest foodgasms ever.
Photo Credit: colinlogan via Compfight cc 1. You’ve learned to speak Australian. You first met your Australian best friend 10 years ago while teaching in a dodgy language school in South Korea.
Photo by author In this series, we dig a little deeper into the photographic process behind some of the coolest shots we’ve seen.
Photo: Kacper Gunia A few weeks ago, I went all ‘YOLO!’ and handed in my notice to the company I’ve been working for since last year.
Photo: BORIS G 1. You imagine it to be all dirt tracks and donkeys… Whenever Hollywood portrays Mexico it seems to show dusty roads with beat-up cars and the occasional donkey.
Photo: Ben Jackson PARK DETAILS By pretty much any measure, Zion is one of America’s most remarkable national parks.
Image: sandars Speed cameras will never deter you. To you, speed cameras are a game of good cop /bad cop; you have a mental map where all speed cameras are on the highways, and when in suburban areas if someone flashes their lights you know to slow down because there is one hiding in the bushes up ahead.
Photo: Willem Velthoven “Aiyaaaaaa!” the Chinese shopkeeper shrieked, chewing on her toothpick and then spitting on the floor, just inches away from my shoe.
1. InterContinental Bora Bora The incredibly beautiful InterContinental Bora Bora is notable for its overwater bungalows on the Pacific and a world-class spa.
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Photo: Lou_:) 1. Est-ce que je te demande si ta grand-mère fait du vélo? | Mind your own damn business Translates literally as, “Do I ask you if your grandma bikes?
Afton, Wyoming and the “world’s largest elkhorn arch.” Photo: david__jones WYOMING IS WHERE THE HIGH PLAINS meet the Rocky Mountains to form some of the most staggeringly beautiful scenery in the entire country.
One of the premier destinations in Europe is the great capital Amsterdam. While most of the stories you hear about it tend to focus on the legal pot and prostitution, the city’s far more than that: brilliant, centuries-old architecture, canals cutting through the medieval center, and world-class art and history museums.
Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube TO CELEBRATE 150 YEARS since the first ascent of the Matterhorn, Mammut Key Visual created this interesting behind-the-scenes film depicting the process it took to light up this iconic mountain.
Photo: SF Brit I love to swim. I love to paddle. I’m a superstar boogie boarder. I’m usually game to try pretty much any water sport, but only if it’s within a few yards of shore and in shallow / fresh enough water that I will remain at the top of the food chain throughout the extent of the activity.
Photo: Scottish Dream Photography 1. Prayer flags Probably the most festive paraphernalia across all religions.
Photo: Andy Pixel The word “bar” can refer to a variety of places — a handy rule is, the cooler the bar, the more horrible the life experience it will provide.