Ian’s Travel Photography Blog is your source for insights about all things travel and photography. Check back often, to read Ian’s views on travelling for photography, and how he sees things when he’s there.
Vietnam has changed a lot in the past 40 years since reunification. To me, the Vietnam that I think about is the current vibrant Vietnam.
Zoos are the worst possible places for wild animals, and this story about a neurotic giraffe in the Beijing Zoo is a good example why.
The cormorant fishermen that ply the Li River near Xingping and Yangshuo, in Guangxi province are a major tourist draw, and for good reason.
When you travel outside the big cities in China, you’re bound to see some interesting sights, like this Cuandixia Pagoda.
In the last decade or so, it’s not unusual to see soldiers on Bangkok streets. Given the current political situation, it’s now quite common.
If you’ve never been to Turkey, you really owe it to yourself to schedule a visit – and be sure to check out the Hagia Sophia Museum.
The annual Mardi Gras festival in Sydney Australia is an event that you just can’t imagine, until you actually see it happen.
When you’re a kid growing up in a small village in the Amazon, you find ways to entertain yourself – like this Brazilian backflipping boy.
Thailand loves their monarchy and the palaces that come with it. The palace guards can make it easy to photograph them, since they never move.
Venice is a photographer’s dream city. Everywhere you look, it’s one amazing sight after another. Piazza San Marco is one of those sights.
Photography isn’t just for warm days. Often the best photos are made when weather is not ideal, like the photo of this barren tree in Beijing.