Travel Photography

The Expeditioner’s April Photo Contest Finalists

Friday, May 14, 2010

With TheExpeditioner’s flickr group growing, it’s getting harder to decide between all the stunning snapshots. So, to give credit where due, TheExpeditioner would like to share the other photos that were under consideration for April’s Photo Contest. With no introduction necessary, April’s Photo Contest Finalists were, and in no specific order: Ok. Maybe a slight introduction. […]

The Expeditioner’s April Travel Photo Contest Winner

Friday, May 7, 2010

It’s a car, it’s a bug, it’s an Olympic celebration on four wheels. Underneath all that, we’ve discovered it’s even more than any of those things. We are psyched to announce Jules Andre Brown as the winner of our April Travel Photo Contest with his photo titled, “Love Bug.”  As Jules explains: This was shot at the Vancouver Olympics, just […]

20 Unforgettable Images Of India

Sunday, April 11, 2010

It was either Kierkegaard or Elvis Costello that once said, “Writing about music is like dancing about architecture — it’s a really stupid thing to want to do.” Perhaps the same could be said of writing about India, a country so vast and diverse that no words could do it justice. With that in mind, […]

The Expeditioner’s March Travel Photography Contest Winner

Friday, April 2, 2010

Sometimes, things just simply work out. Not often, but sometimes. When this month’s winner, Diego Cupolo, was out on the streets of Caracas, Venezuela, that’s exactly what happened. Here’s how Diego describes this month’s winner: That photo is one of personal favorites from my recent trip to Caracas. Basically, I spotted the old man drinking […]

The Expeditioner’s February Travel Photography Contest Winner

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Wow. If you haven’t been to our flickr group yet, I suggest you head over there. We asked for great travel photography and you have answered in a big way. Unfortunately for us, it makes our job far tougher when the end of the month rolls around and we have to choose our favorite. That’s an […]

Double Take: A Legless Man’s Travels Around The Globe

Thursday, February 4, 2010

I was handed a book recently, and, let’s be honest, books that are given to me have to be good given my propensity towards restlessness. It’s titled “Double Take: A Memoir.” I never heard of it, or the author before, so I sat down and gave it the ol’ “fifty-page test.” Lucky for me, those […]

The Expeditioner’s January Travel Photography Contest Winner

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Our first month of venturing into the world of travel photography is off to a great start, and choosing a winner amongst all the excellent submissions, as Matt put it, “is harder than I thought.” This month’s winner comes from Jonny Gilbert, titled “Sunset at the Drum Tower.” What do we think? We dug the soft tones, subtle storylines, […]

Calling All Travel Photographers: Join TheExpeditioner Group On

Friday, January 15, 2010

We love to share our own photos of the incredible places we’ve been, but, inevitably, we are inundated with 78 pictures of Matt tanning himself on a beach with some kind of native foliage head wrap. To cure that problem, we’ve decided to launch our very own group on the photography website,, and invite all of you. We can’t wait to see the […]

Portraits From Nepal

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Of Nepal’s 26,000,000 people, there are more than 100 different ethnic groups speaking 93 different languages and dialects. Perhaps better known to the outside world for its impressive mountains, what ends up towering far over Everest and friends, are those 26 million living in its shadows. This Pology photo spread, incredibly shot by Anya Vaverko, does […]

11 Amazing Pictures Of The Burj

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Check out these 11 amazing pictures from Spiegel of the newly-opened Burj, “Dubai’s newest symbol of megalomaniacal opulence [that] can be seen from Bedouin oases in the desert up to 100 kilometers away.” I like picture #4 which describes how the so-called “Chimney Effect” would work on the massive tower: The tower is so tall […]

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