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In the green room: the 2021 Nikon surf photography awards

This year’s Nikon surf photo of the year award goes to Stu Gibson for his shot Free Fall, featuring surfer Tyler Hollmer Cross taking on Shipsterns in south-east Tasmania. The winner has been selected by a panel of 13 high-profile judges from within the surfing world, including the seven-time world surfing champion Stephanie GilmoreIsabella Nichols escapes after leg rope traps WSL surfer underwater Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Sport, Australia news, Culture, Art and design, Surfing, Tasmania, Nikon, Stu Gibson, Tyler Hollmer Cross, Stephanie GilmoreIsabella Nichols


Bullying allegations, $1,000 pens, and a celebrity chef: Inside the collapse of Faraday Grid, the '$6.5 billion' energy startup backed by Adam Neumann

Energy-tech startup Faraday Grid collapsed in August, after raising $30 million from WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann. Business Insider has spoken to sources and obtained documents that reveal the dramatic unraveling of the UK-based startup, which at one point valued itself at $3.5 billion and later at $6.5 billion. CEO Andrew Scobie borrowed $100,000 from the company to renovate his house and spend thousands on a custom suit. In an outlandish scheme, the CEO opened a new backup office in Switzer...
Tags: Europe, Japan, UK, New York, Instagram, Matthew Williams, Australia, Scotland, China, Softbank, Israel, US, Trends, Czech Republic, Britain, United States


Bullying allegations, $1,000 pens, and a celebrity chef: Inside the collapse of Faraday Grid, the billion-dollar energy startup backed by Adam Neumann

Energy-tech startup Faraday Grid collapsed in August, after raising $30 million from WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann. Business Insider has spoken to sources and obtained documents that reveal the dramatic unraveling of the UK-based startup, which at one point valued itself at $3.5 billion and later at $6.5 billion. CEO Andrew Scobie borrowed $100,000 from the company to renovate his house and spend thousands on a custom suit. In an outlandish scheme, the CEO opened a new backup office in Switzer...
Tags: Europe, Japan, UK, New York, Instagram, Matthew Williams, Australia, Scotland, China, Softbank, Israel, US, Trends, Czech Republic, Britain, United States


8 of The Most Photogenic Places to Visit in Australia

Bright green rain forests, dry deserts, rugged mountains and tropical islands. Australia is a natural beauty! Such beauty requires you to take pictures when you travel around Australia. Imagine: you are at the lookout point of Cape Tribulation and look out over the tropical forests and the Great Barrier Reef. Do you want to record this memory right away? Do you prefer to shoot as many photos as possible on Facebook and Instagram to make your followers jealous or even to print on canvas to decor...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Facebook, Instagram, Australia, Sydney, Tasmania, Opera House, Uluru, Great Ocean Road, Blue Mountains, Coral Sea, Outback, Whitehaven Beach, Cape Tribulation, Sydney Harbor Bridge


Tasmania's devil of a climb: a photo essay

On a climbing trip in Australia – to the rock formations below Mount Wellington near Hobart – Murdo MacLeod gets more drama than he bargained forClimbing guide John Fischer Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Australia, Tasmania, Hobart, Climbing holidays, Adventure Travel, Australia Holidays, Australasia Holidays, Murdo MacLeod, John Fischer, Mount Wellington, Tasmania holidays


My 2019 Goals in Life and Travel

This post is probably a couple of weeks overdue, but I wasn’t mentally ready yet to tackle it. Posts like this one require a great deal of emotional energy and, frankly, I haven’t been up to it lately. But it’s something I need to do for myself, if no one else as it really does help me organize my thoughts and get ready for a new year. It’s far too easy to fall into familiar and comfortable routines, at least it is for me, but by starting out the year with a clear roadmap – or at least a solid ...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Australia, Africa, Uganda, South Africa, Portugal, Arctic, Antarctica, Switzerland, Tasmania, Rwanda, Galapagos, Western Europe, Top Travel Tips


Just Creative’s 2018 Year in Review

Hey guys, here’a a quick review of 2018, with an inside look at Just Creative and my personal life, showing stats, revenue and other interesting tid-bits. Did I mention we had a baby? Just Creative Site Stats Over the year, Just Creative received close to 2.5 million page views which is quite staggering, but it is still a fraction of what it used to be back in the blogging hay-days of 2012. It’s getting quite difficult to out rank the big publishers nowadays. 50k unique users a week 85% of t...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Europe, Usa, Design, Instagram, Australia, Safari, Personal, Italy, Sydney, New Zealand, Melbourne, Tasmania, Drake, Skype


Into The Light – Tom Jacobi Captures The Brilliance Of The World In Luminous White

Into The Light – Between Heaven and Earth, Between Light and Darkness by Tom Jacobi is the second book in the trilogy that started with Grey Matter(s). These breathtaking images capture detailed landscapes in white. In this work, Tom Jacobi draws us into the light through his use of white, creating surreally luminous landscapes that are at once stark and ethereal. Hexagonal Flat II, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia – Into The Light by Tom Jacobi   Holy Hollow, Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil – Into The Li...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Egypt, Tasmania, White, Hamburg, Tom, Stern, Pamukkale Turkey, Tom Jacobi, Cappadocia Turkey, Helmut Kohl, Grey Matter, Tom Jacobi Tom Jacobi, Tom Jacobi Tom, Cool Photos & Photographers


Malcolm Turnbull outrages Australia by eating pie with knife and fork

Malcolm Turnbull, Australia’s prime minister, has been ridiculed for using a knife and fork to eat a meat pie, prompting claims he has upended a venerated tradition and left the nation “forever changed”. In a move likened to Ed Miliband’s awkward consumption of a bacon sandwich in 2014, Mr Turnbull sat down to eat a pie during a campaign stop in Tasmania and opted to use cutlery.  Footage of the incident was posted on his Instagram account and quickly prompted fierce debate.  “A pie that small s...
Tags: News, Instagram, Greece, Australia, Ed Miliband, Tony Abbott, Bill Shorten, Tasmania, Malcolm Turnbull, Turnbull, Nana, Malcolm, Ben Fordham


How to Use Your Social Network to Travel the World

One of my favorite websites is Couchsurfing. This website allows you to connect with locals abroad and get a place to stay, a friend to show you around, and local information. I remember I used it when I was first traveling and stayed at this lovely home in Athens. I’ve grown to love it even more since they have a “who’s nearby” feature on their app, which I heavily used in France last year. Celinne, on the other hand, created – and used – her own personal social network. She traveled the world...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Instagram, Interview, Bali, Interviews, Australia, France, Southeast Asia, US, Thailand, Philippines, Nepal, Italy, Athens, Myanmar


2018: Where I’m Going, Where I Want to Go and What I Hope to Accomplish

Yes, it’s that time of year again for this particular blog post but wait, don’t start groaning. While some people may find the predictable end of the year/start of a new year posts a little formulaic, I always look forward to writing them and I hope they’re anything but predictable. For me, they’re a great way to organize my thoughts and to set priorities for the next 12 months. It’s far too easy to fall into familiar and comfortable routines, at least it is for me, but by starting out the year...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Australia, Chicago, Uganda, South Africa, Portugal, Antarctica, Switzerland, Brazil, South America, Tasmania, Iceland, Central America, Rwanda, Galapagos


Sophie & Nathan’s Tasmanian Barn Wedding

Sophie & NathanWith the gorgeous Tasmanian countryside as their backdrop, Sophie and Nathan chose the beautiful country venue of Sandridge Estate for their beautiful Tasmania barn wedding. The couple choosing Look See. Photography by Naomi Fenton to capture the magic of their day.Sophie tells the story of how she and Nathan met. “Not long after moving back to Tasmania from living in Sydney, I met Nathan’s cousin Jayde who was a work colleague. Nathan and I were both part of a group Jay...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Wedding, Sydney, New Zealand, Melbourne, Tasmania, Lucy, Sarah, Bride, Sophie, Colin, Zeppelin, Jesse, Naomi, Shannon


The Most Photogenic Places I’ve Ever Visited

Any destination can be a photographer’s paradise if you’re creative enough. But some places are massive overachievers! I’ve visited some countries, cities, and regions where beautiful shots lurk around every corner. And it’s not always the places you think. I don’t always have the best luck shooting photos in Italy, for example. And as gorgeous as Savannah is, the shadows from the ubiquitous oak trees make it a challenge to photograph. And I was so upset when my first trip to Old San Juan, Puer...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Japan, New York, Australia, Mexico, India, New York City, Blog, Cities, Nature, West, Paris, Italy, Macedonia, Tokyo


2017: My Travel Wish List & Resolutions

While some people may find the predictable end of the year/start of a new year posts a little predictable, I always look forward to writing them. For me, they’re a great way to organize my thoughts and to set priorities for the next 12 months. It’s far too easy to fall into familiar and comfortable routines, at least it is for me, but by starting out the year with a clear roadmap – or at least a solid set of goals – I feel that I’m able to break out of that routine and to achieve some real acco...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Australia, Chicago, Portugal, Arctic, Antarctica, Switzerland, Brazil, Myanmar, Denmark, South America, Faroe Islands, Tasmania, Iceland, North Atlantic


Incredible species I saw on trips

My world travels began at the age of 10 when I begged my father to take me to Costa Rica so I could put all my Zoobooks knowledge to the test, and since then they have largely been characterized by a desire to witness native creatures in their natural habitats. The evolution of this interest led me to study animal science in college, and most recently to build my wildlife magazine, The Naturalist. At 26, I now have 30 countries in 5 continents under my belt, and I’ve seen countless amazing ani...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Photos, Photography, Usa, Australia, Animals, San Francisco, Colombia, Wildlife, New Zealand, Charles Darwin, Tasmania, Iceland, Ecuador, Donald Trump


Vendor of the Week – Elleni Toumpas

Happy Monday Dotties! We have a big week ahead of us with work trips and bridal market so be sure to follow us on Instagram so you can catch all of our happenings!As you might have guessed by now, weddings are our favourite thing at Polka Dot Bride! We bring your weddings to life with a great team of dedicated women – affectionately known as ‘the patterned people’ because each is named after a patterned fabric. Here’s to you – our patterned lovelies – for your commitment, your good humour and yo...
Tags: Instagram, Wedding, Melbourne, Tasmania, Blog News, Bride, Castlemaine, Hellenic Republic


The 12 most inspiring travel photos this week

EACH WEEK WE CHOOSE OUR favorite images from readers, fans, and travelers, who tag their photos with #travelstoke and post them on our Instagram account. These pictures provide a daily dose of inspiration, and challenge us to photograph the world in innovative ways. Here are this week’s editors’ picks of people finding some serious #travelstoke. 1. Nick Smith, Auburn Quarry in California The hours between 5pm and 9am are all yours. How do you spend them? A photo posted by Nick Smith...
Tags: Florida, Instagram, California, Faroe Islands, Tasmania, Anthony, Kyoto, Islands, Travel Photos, All, Travelstoke, Patrick, Zion National Park, PST, Daniel Peckham, Nick Smith


Eyewitness: Tasmania

Photographs from the Eyewitness series Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Environment, World news, Tasmania


20 images of winterstoke in Idaho

WINTER IS NO LONGER COMING — WINTER IS HERE. As cold temperatures force us Idahoans to pull our jackets a little tighter, many people opt for a grizzly approach, hiding away in hibernation until the thermometer creeps back above the freezing mark. Many of us, on the other hand, are simply unfit to endure such chronic periods of time spent loafing about the house. Fortunately, winters in Idaho bring about a contrasting landscape ripe with stimuli. From animal encounters to unbounded exploration t...
Tags: Photos, Winter, US, America, Canada, Idaho, Tasmania, El Nino, All, Midwest, David Miller, Idaho Winter Guide, Idaho Winter Images, Winter Adventure Idaho, Winter Photography Idaho, Idaho Ski Pics



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