Sunrise at Huay Tung Tao lake near Chiang Mai, Thailand. About the Photographer Dominic Le Croissette has been globe trotting for the past 7 years, his adventures bringing him to 49 countries. When he is not cycling, or conquering mountains and volcanoes, you can find him in the classroom teaching English. He is currently living […]


Laguna Colorada, located in the altiplano of Bolivia, is one of the many amazing stops on a tour of Salar Ayuni (salt flats). The lake, which is home to hundreds of flamingos, is red due to algae and other sediments. About the Photographer Kristin Rohay is an elementary school teacher in Dallas, Texas. When she is not […]


A young Nepali girl lighs butter lamps at Boudha Stupa, Kathmandu. About the Photographer Susanna is a trainee primary-school teacher who has travelled Asia, Central Ameria, and West Africa, while backpacking and teaching English and Social Studies. She’s interested in all things religion, culture, language and education.  You can check out her blog, Travelling Student […]

Burning Man

An art statue of a coyote towers over the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, at this year’s Burning Man. About the Photographer Katie Anderson is a self employed world traveler based in Hawaii. She spends her time creating beautiful jewelry, practicing aerial silks yoga, and connecting with nature. Do you have a photo you’d like to […]

Costa Rica

Whitetip Reef Sharks swim at the Tortuga Dive Site off the coast of Playas Del Coco, Costa Rica. About the Photographers Travelin’ Fools is a site dedicated to travelers who don’t have all their shit together and can appreciate that for what it is: simple, beautiful, and spontaneous. Kelsey Love and Peter Rimkus decided a […]

South Korea

Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul, South Korea. Photo taken with a Nikon D7000. About the Photographer Brian Hammonds is a photographer and world traveler from Tennessee. He has been traveling and working abroad for the past three years, visiting 26 countries in the process. To check out more of his stellar photographs, check out his portfolio. Do you have […]

Holy Cow

More than 85% of India’s population are of Hindu faith, which means, to them, that cows are holy and certainly not to be eaten. ”The cow is like God,” according to many of my Indian hosts. They believe the cow is second in rank only to their birth mother, for when a child is weened from […]

North Korea

Military Parade in North Korea. About the Photographer Priscilla Van Rooyen is an expat living in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, where she spends her time as a yoga instructor and English teacher. She is originally from South Africa. Do you have a photo you’d like to submit for Photo of the Week?  Please send it with your […]

Java, Indonesia

The volcanic crater lake of Kawah Ijen, on the island of Java, Indonesia.  Everyday, Indonesian miners carry 60-90kg of sulphur on their backs in bamboo baskets. The trip takes four hours, and they are only paid 100,000 rupiah ($10US). About the Photographer Brien Silver is a world traveler and teacher from Texas. He is currently […]

Burning Man

The Burning Man Temple at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock Desert, Nevada About the Photographer Kristen Woo is a photographer based in Los Angeles, California.  You can check out more of her photographs capturing scenes of counterculture on her website. Do you have a photo you’d like to submit for Photo of the […]