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Swarms of up to 80 Million Locusts Decimating Crops In East Africa, Threatening Food Security For 13 Million People

The United Nations (UN) has called on the international community to provide nearly $76 million to finance aerial spraying of pesticides in East Africa, where swarms of locusts continue to decimate crops and threaten food security in the region. In a tweet published Thursday, the Executive Director for the UN World Food Programme warned that if countries “do nothing” now, they will be forced to spend 15 times more money to feed the 13 million people “devastated by the loss of their crops a...
Tags: Photography, News, Uncategorized, Famine, Uganda, Oman, South Sudan, Un, Tanzania, Somalia, Indian Ocean, Arabian Peninsula, East Africa, United Nations UN, UN World Food Programme, Beasley


Swarms of up to 80 Million Locusts Decimating Crops In East Africa, Threatening Food Security of 13 Million People

The United Nations (UN) has called on the international community to provide nearly $76 million to finance aerial spraying of pesticides in East Africa, where swarms of locusts continue to decimate crops and threaten food security in the region. In a tweet published yesterday, the Executive Director for the UN World Food Programme warned that if countries “do nothing” now, they will be forced to spend 15 times more money to feed the 13 million people “devastated by the loss of their crops ...
Tags: Photography, News, Uncategorized, Famine, Uganda, Oman, South Sudan, Un, Tanzania, Somalia, Indian Ocean, Arabian Peninsula, East Africa, United Nations UN, UN World Food Programme, Beasley


It’s 2019! – These are the Upcoming Destinations & Travel Trends

The travel landscape is changing dramatically each year. Having moved online, there are seemingly unlimited endless to make travel easier and more accessible all over the world. Ideas such as Airbnb, Uber, Get Your Guide and even Instagram have bridged information and communication gaps, reaching global audiences. Old-school travel methods such as travel agents replaced by more interactive platforms, giving travelers greater power of choice, as well as the ability to make live inquiries and b...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, UK, Instagram, Nigeria, Africa, Spain, South Africa, Ryanair, Cape Town, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Kalahari Desert, Lagos, Durban, Mpumalanga


Summer Internships for High School Students – 2019 Guide

In search of summer internships for high school students? We’ve compiled an extensive internship list in our 2019 High School Student Summer Internships Guide. 2019 Guide of Summer Internships for High School Students What is a summer internship for high school students? Are summer internships paid or unpaid? Paid summer internships high school students Free internships for high school students Types of Summer Internships for High School Students Summer Internships for High School Students Ab...
Tags: Post, New York, Instagram, Australia, College, Zimbabwe, Peru, Tanzania, Ghana, Facebook Twitter, Pam, U S Department of Labor, Department of Labor, Costa Rica Guatemala, Maximo Nivel, Student Internships


Summer Internships for High School Students – 2019 Guide

In search of summer internships for high school students? We’ve compiled an extensive internship list in our 2019 High School Student Summer Internships Guide. Lazy summers are so last year! Make this summer of high school count by choosing to participate in a summer internship. Whether youâ€re interning at the local nursing home or with the Secret Service, the work you do will help you make important decisions about your future. You will gain insight into the field, learn valuable new skills an...
Tags: Post, New York, Instagram, Australia, College, Zimbabwe, Peru, Secret Service, Tanzania, Ghana, Facebook Twitter, U S Department of Labor, Preparing for College, Costa Rica Guatemala, Maximo Nivel, Africa Latin America Asia Europe


Gideon Mendel's best photograph: a mother carries her HIV-infected son

‘Joseph had been sick for 10 years. He said he liked listening to the radio, friends would pass by, his life was rich. He died a few months later’I shot this image of Dorika Gabriel carrying her son, Joseph, in 1997. I had travelled to their village on the Ugandan border of Tanzania, close to Lake Victoria, to photograph local responses to HIV and Aids. At the end of the day I was taken to meet people who were living with the disease. Joseph was sitting under a shelter outside his home. As I was...
Tags: Health, Photography, Activism, Africa, Society, World news, Culture, Art and design, Global development, Tanzania, Aids and HIV, Joseph, Lake Victoria, Global Health, Gideon Mendel, Dorika Gabriel


This Week in Photography Books: Soraya Matos

  It’s Thanksgiving morning. (It’s true.) Some weeks, I get the column done early. Like Tuesday. If I write on Tuesday, it means I’m fresh as a daisy, and brimming with energy. (Mondays are just not realistic.) Thursdays happen often enough, because that’s how deadlines work. Right? You wait until the pressure of having-to creeps up, and then that bit of need kicks your butt, and rouses action. Normally, though, you’d rather not work on Thanksgiving. It’s that totally secular holiday that people...
Tags: Photography, America, Tanzania, Berkeley, Photography Books, George Washington, South Jersey, Central New Jersey, Matos, Soraya Matos


'Hadza': the last hunter-gatherer tribe in Tanzania – in pictures

The Hadza are an an indigenous ethnic group located near Lake Eyasi in the Rift Valley. They are descendants of Tanzania’s aboriginal hunter-gatherers and have occupied their land unchanged for thousands of years Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Africa, World news, Culture, Art and design, Tanzania, Rift Valley, Lake Eyasi


RTW Travel Photo Feature – Rebecca Evens

Editor’s note: If you follow the Bootsnall Travel Blog closely, you’ll probably remember Rebecca Evens, who recently published “The Reality of Travel,” an insight into what life on the road really looks like, without the Instagram filters. In response to our “congrats, we’ve accepted your article” email, she casually sent over 12 of the most spectacular travel photos we’ve ever recieved. “I have (literally) thousands more if these don’t work,” she wrote. No big deal. Of course, I wrote back imme...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Tanzania, Rtw, Rebecca Evens


From Kilimanjaro to the Great Lakes: 10 Great Reasons to Visit Tanzania

If you’re thinking about visiting Africa it can be difficult to decide just where you should go. We’re here to help. Take a look at these 10 great reasons why you really should visit Tanzania. Did you know that Tanzania is becoming one of the most popular destinations for tourists in Africa? It’s no mystery why people are flocking to spend vacations in Tanzania. There are so many amazing reasons to visit Tanzania. It is officially known as the United Republic of Tanzania. The country i...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Instagram, China, India, Africa, Unesco, Kenya, Tanzania, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar, Masai Mara, Ernest Hemingway, Serengeti, Fort, Mount Kilimanjaro


Is This Latest Attempt To Curtail Social Media Part Of A Growing Trend?

Countries around the globe are taking notice of the impact of social media on the fabric of society itself and some responses have been less than heartening. After all, cited as the impetus for the Arab Spring to the reason Donald Trump won the presidency in the United States, social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter give people the ability to access an audience of like-minded people on a scale previously unimaginable in human history. Image via Harvey Sapir from Pexels.com. And all of...
Tags: Facebook, Photography, Uganda, United States, Tanzania, Zambia, Donald Trump, Pexels, News & Opinion, Brian Mushimba, Harvey Sapir, Mushimba


Shutterstock and Drone Base Launch New 4K Drone Stock Video Service

When you work in Internet marketing, one of the most important components of any ad campaign is the media you use around it and for that many marketers turn to stock video and photography websites for imagery that conveys their message while also giving them professional media at an affordable price. And, like any market, the more diverse your offerings or the more unique the more likely you are to attract and retain customers, some of whom pay thousands of dollars every month to license stock i...
Tags: Photography, Shutterstock, Tanzania, U S Virgin Islands, Pixabay, Pexels, News & Opinion


The Art of the Personal Project: Clay Cook

The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.  I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before.  In this thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project. Please note: This thread is not affiliated with any company; I’m just featuring projects that I find.  Please DO NOT send me your work.  I do n...
Tags: Photography, Australia, Tanzania, Adrian, Personal Project, Mount Kilimanjaro, Suzanne Sease, The Martin Agency, Kaplan Thaler Capital One Best, Tanzania Africa, Clay Cook, Adrian McCrae, Mount Meru Hotel, Wings Of Kilimanjaro, Tanzania Kilimanjaro


Royal wedding latest news: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry delay honeymoon to go straight back to work

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle return to royal duties New Duke and Duchess of Sussex delay honeymoon First engagement as husband and wife on Tuesday Couple release official pictures taken in Windsor Castle Duchess to fight for feminism with blessing of Palace Wedding speeches: Most moving lines and best jokes Inside the party: Idris Elba is DJ as first dance revealed Slippers, bad breath and 'freeloaders': Protocol ignored Botswana? Namibia? Where the honeymoon could be Prince Harry an...
Tags: UK, New York, London, News, Instagram, Wales, Australia, Oregon, US, Los Angeles, Bbc, Britain, United States, Ireland, Williams, Washington Dc


How to travel the world through your camera

A few months ago I was commissioned by a boutique safari company to travel to Tanzania and document my experience throughout my adventure. Here is WILD: Africa is Calling Africa begins with a smell. From the moment I stepped out of the plane, I was enveloped by the strong scent of the earth. Riki, my […] The post How to travel the world through your camera appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Africa, Tutorials, Tanzania, Travel Photography, Nature Photography, Serengeti, Riki, Dan Lior


2017 – A Year of Travel In 100 Color Photographs

Every year I post 65 (expanded this year to 100) of my favorite photos from the year’s travels.  Ordinarily, this post comes around the New Year. This year, it and its black and white sibling will land in the middle of April.  The reason for this? Fantastic travels and an expanded focus on travel photography. At the close of 2016 I spent 9 incredible days exploring Tanzania and Zanzibar. Those photos are included in this year’s 100 shots and part of the reason that I just couldn’t quite cut thin...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Asia, Europe, Landscape, Photography, Usa, Mexico, China, Africa, Photo, Safari, Nature, Beijing, United States, Backpacking


Shattering stereotypes in Africa

Africa is a massive continent that is complex, dynamic, and ever-changing, and yet so often tourists to any part of it sum it up with a few very similar photos. Outsiders tend to have a knee-jerk reaction to try and seek out and reproduce what they grew up seeing in National Geographic, but even a publication like that only has seen a slice of what this place has, is, and offers. And just this week, Nat Geo took a look at their colonial biases through the last century, reminding us that we, as...
Tags: Travel, Usa, New York, Instagram, Berlin, Nigeria, Africa, Women, South Africa, Vogue, Photographers, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Johannesburg, Somalia


6 (Non-Millennial) Solo Female Travelers Share Their Travel Wisdom

Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes our regular column on solo female travel. It’s an important topic I can’t adequately cover, so I brought in an expert to share her advice for other women travelers to help cover the topics important and specific to them! She’s amazing and knowledgable. In this column, Kristin shares some insights from solo female travelers who aren’t millennials! Every now and then I think about Julie, a 77-year-old woman who stayed at the beach bungalow next to me on...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Europe, Instagram, Indonesia, California, Africa, Rome, Chicago, Canada, Hawaii, Paris, Arizona, Antarctica, Tanzania, Florence


Maasai, migration and conservation: Tanzania snapshots – in pictures

In our weekly look at people’s travels through three of their Instagram images, Marina Vernicos reflects on her trek through northern Tanzania Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Tanzania, Travel Photography, Africa Holidays, Tanzania Holidays


Ngorongoro Crater in Photos

The final leg of my wonder-infused 9 day safari through Tarangire, Lake Natron, the Serengeti and Ngornogoro Crater started with a long drive across the Serengeti’s empty plains.  From tree-less flatlands, the ground gently began to slope upwards as we made our way towards the remnants of an imposing volcanic cone. Before long scrub-brush gave way to vegetation as the road wound past Masaai villages and the ground rapidly greened. Our ascent was rapid, threading for the tip of the crater rim whi...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Landscape, Photography, Camping, Africa, ISO, Photo, Safari, Nature, Unesco, Wildlife, Tourism, Backpacking, Tips, Tanzania


Bill Gates becomes Instagram’s newest member

Move over Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, you’re number two on Instagram. Well, only if we’re measuring bank accounts. Bill Gates joined Instagram today, making Jeff Bezos not only the second richest person in the world but also on the popular photo sharing platform. Gates, whose handle is thisisbillgates, today joined IG from Tanzania. He shared a couple of pictures, presumably of him doing work on behalf of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Bezos recently enjoyed a few hours as the richest man in ...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Instagram, Bill Gates, Tanzania, Bill, Jeff Bezos, Insider, Instagram Well, Distract, Melinda Gates Foundation Bezos


On Photo Safari: The Serengeti and Lake Natron

When I booked my initial trip to Tanzania and lined up my 9 day safari through Tarangire, Lake Natron, the Serengeti and Ngornogoro Crater I justified splurging a bit, the length of the trip, and the cost, by telling myself it was the trip of a decade. The mental math was clear – I’d have an incredible 9 days of safari, but would return having sated my need for a follow up for the foreseeable future. As it turns out, I could not have been more wrong.  As I write this post, I’m already dreaming o...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Landscape, Photography, Wild, Planes, Africa, Cranes, Elephant, Elephants, ISO, Photo, Safari, Emptiness, Nature, Wildlife


Parents Defend David Beckham After Criticism For Kissing His Daughter On The Lips

David Beckham has joined the ranks of moms and dads who’ve been publicly shamed. Luckily, his fellow parents came to his defense. While on vacation in Tanzania on Thursday, the retired soccer star posted a photo of himself kissing his 5-year-old daughter on the lips on Instagram. In the caption, he wrote, “Kiss for Daddy.”  A post shared by David Beckham (@davidbeckham) on Jun 1, 2017 at 10:55am PDT The photo received over 1.8 million likes on Instagram, and the comments section is fi...
Tags: News, Instagram, Brooklyn, David Beckham, Victoria Beckham, Tanzania, Victoria, Huffington Post, Cruz, Romeo, Beckham, Hilary Duff, Caroline Bologna, Tbh, Hilary Duff @hilaryduff


The Big Cats of the Serengeti

The four days I spent in the Serengeti were full of incredible experiences. One of the things you always dream about is the opportunity to spend time with big cats. From shy Cheetahs to Lazy Lions or the ever elusive Leopard, there’s something captivating about the alpha predators of Africa. At the outset of my safari I hoped I’d spot, perhaps, one or two large male lions and a leopard or two. A cheetah or two if I was lucky and a pride of females with cubs. Little did I know what the Serengeti ...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Landscape, Photography, Romance, Traveling, Sex, Adventure, Africa, Love, ISO, Photo, Safari, Nature, Unesco, Wildlife


I Shot My African Safari on a $200 70-300mm Lens and Loved the Results

As I prepared for my nine day Tanzanian safari I languished in tormented indecision over what gear I needed for the trip. I had opted to splurge on the safari; not only because I had opted for the 9 day safari over the 7 day, but because I had also opted to have the vehicle entirely to myself as opposed to doing a shared experience or budget safari. The logic was sound; Safaris’ aren’t cheap and it didn’t make sense for me to significantly reduce what i’d end up getting out of the experience ...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Landscape, Photography, Wild, Animals, Africa, Elephant, Photo, Safari, Tips & Tricks, Nature, Unesco, Wildlife, Tourism, Backpacking


Roaming Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park on Photo Safari

Enshrined in a patchwork of Tanzanian villages and cattle-trodden Masaai lands, Tarangire National Park rests like a sprawling gem just a few hour’s drive from Arusha.  With the perennial waters of the Tarangire River feeding the plans and animals throughout the park year round, it’s the perfect location for a National Park. Tarangire also provides a fantastic mixture of climates all in one relatively compact park. Which is not to say it’s small – it’s more than 1,000 square miles which not only...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Image, Photography, Wild, Adventure, Africa, Planning, Elephant, Elephants, Monkey, Monkeys, Photo, Safari, Tips & Tricks, Nature


Video Blogging Tanzania’s Incredible National Parks and My Safari Experience

For this year’s extended winter trip I found a great price on airfare from Copenhagen to Dar Es Salaam.  Even though I was a bit unsure on what the weather would be like (would it be rainy? Did I need to watch out for malaria? Had I already missed the flamingos and the great migration?) I did a little added research and then decided to go for it. Initially I was torn – should I try and use one of the local budget airlines to jump down to South Africa or up to Kenya? Or should I just give it a go...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Photography, Video, Adventure, Africa, Photo, Safari, Nature, Unesco, South Africa, National Parks, Tourism, Backpacking, How To, Tips


This Fashion Photographer's Ridiculous Foreign Films Are 30 Seconds of Fun

My one guilty pleasure in life is a love for the French Cinema. After wrapping on a fashion commercial on the French Riviera, I drove across the border into Italy. What I discovered there was a world of beauty rich with imaginative characters and breathtaking locations straight from the history of cinema. My life's influences of high fashion, advertising, performance art, and french cinema all melt together in these magical worlds created on the Italian Riviera. "Being Mike Mellia: The Cafe" -...
Tags: News, Instagram, Italy, Tanzania, Huffington Post, Nice France, Mike Mellia


Must Consider Advice for How to Choose a Safari

Start researching safari options and you will quickly discover just how massive Africa actually is. From the Great Migration on the Plains of the Serengeti to the drifting sand dunes of Namibia there are a spectacular number of parks and varied experiences to choose from.  This rapidly becomes even more complex as you then weigh your budget, seasonality, type of experience and the wildlife you want to see.  I’m freshly returned from a spectacular 9 day camping photography safari in Tanzania and ...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Asia, Photography, Advice, Africa, US, Help, Photo, Tips & Tricks, Nature, Luxury, Tourism, Backpacking, How To, Tips


Photographer Marc Mol Captures Fantastic Pictures Of African Savannah In Silhouettes

Using his camera skills, photographer Marc Mol meters the background sky in order to achieve the beautiful black silhouettes of the wildlife, Africa, 2010-2016. A photographer has travelled around Africa for six years to capture striking silhouettes of lions, giraffes and birds. Australian wildlife photographer, Marc Mol took the series of pictures in various areas of Africa; including Botswana and Kenya to Tanzania and Zambia. Whether grazing, hunting or resting, the animals’ daily activities ...
Tags: Photography, Design, Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Botswana



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