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GALLERY: A NORTHERN ESCAPE IN GREENLAND

With a population of 56 186, Greenland is the most sparsely populated country in the world, with locals mainly living along the Fjord-lined coasts or in the capital city, Nuuk. Most locals are descendants of the proto-Inuit (Thule) people, who migrated here from Siberia via the bering strait, although earlier paleo-eskimo people also lived here. Currently, greenland is an autonomous territory of Denmark.

About the photographer

Ishay Govender-Ypma is a freelance travel and culture photojournalist, cookbook and guidebook author. 
Her bylines appear in National Geographic, Saveur, Literary Hub, Roads & Kingdoms, Marie Claire, Food 52 and many other…
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GALLERY: A NORTHERN ESCAPE IN GREENLAND

GALLERY: DESIGNERS REIMAGINE DESTINATIONS THROUGH FILM POSTERS

Reimagining seven famous blockbuster film posters, a group of graphic designers celebrated must-see holiday destinations as the star of the show.

From the location of Tim Burton’s latest film, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children to the setting of Steven Spielberg’s classic Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, the posters are in the signature styles of the movie posters with a generous dash of wanderlust, as reported by The Telegraph.

The destinations on show include the ancient city of Petra in the mountains of Jordan, presented by Spielberg, one of the USA’s largest cities, Chicago, presented by Christopher Nolan, the capital of New Zealand, Wellington, presented by Peter Jackson, and Japan’s…
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GALLERY: DESIGNERS REIMAGINE DESTINATIONS THROUGH FILM POSTERS

GALLERY: THE TOP NATGEO TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF 2018

Japanese photographer Reiko Takahashi is this year’s National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year. Shot from Japan’s Kumejima Island, his winning photo – Mermaid – captures the tail of a humpback whale calf.

Talking to National Geographic, Takahashi said: “It was a special scene for me, to be able to take a photo of the calf, completely relaxed in gentle waters.”

She continued: “I really cannot believe it. It was my dream to win. I am honoured and it will be the driving force for my future shooting.”

The diver and photographer’s photo was among over 13 000 entries submitted for this year’s competition – which offers…
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GALLERY: THE TOP NATGEO TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF 2018

GALLERY: TRIBES OF THE OMO VALLEY

Ethiopia’s Omo Valley is home to 15 ‘marginalised’ tribes who live a wild and basic existence. Their way of life is increasingly threatened by growing access to the region driven by tourism and government-sponsored infrastructure projects.

Jeremy Peters is a London- and Cape Town-based portrait and wildlife photographer. His love for Africa and passion for photographing both wildlife and people sees him increasingly fascinated by the lives of everyone he meets. To view more of his work, visit: Jeremy Peters Wildlife Photography and Jeremy Peters Photography.

GALLERY: TRIBES OF THE OMO VALLEY

GALLERY: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF GIANTS WITH WILD AFRICAN ELEPHANTS

Greg Du Toit has worked on his In The Footsteps Of Giants project for the past four years, spending hundreds of hours with wild African elephants. Here are some of his incredible images of these magnificent and extremely vulnerable creatures.

“I’ve flown over wild bush country in Kenya, descended into an extinct volcano in Tanzania, been to the Congo basin and the Skeleton Coast of Namibia – all in search of giant tuskers. I have also traversed the Zambezi Valley by foot and canoe in search of my behemoth subjects. Once, in an underground hide, I stared at the toenails…
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GALLERY: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF GIANTS WITH WILD AFRICAN ELEPHANTS