Travel

May 22, 2017

Small Island Has Traditional Sheds Made of Upside-Down Fishing Boats

On a small island off the northeast coast of England, rows of fishing sheds dot the coastline. In Lindisfarne, also known as Holy Island, the fishermen made clever use of the materials they had on hand when designing their sheds. By using overturned boats, these traditional structures show ingenuity and a spirit of recycling that has existed for quite some time in the area.

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May 12, 2017

Quaint Turf House in Iceland Looks Like It’s Rising Up from the Earth

Photographer Luke Gram recently embarked on a 12-day road trip across Iceland with old university buddies and took advantage of the voyage to capture some stunning images. We couldn't help but fall in love with his shots of the Lindarbakki House, a small cottage made of brick, wood, and natural turf. The quaint, red house is located in the small fishing town on the island of Borgarfjörður Eystri.

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April 18, 2017

Long-Distance Couple Traveling the World Apart Collaborate on Creative Split Photos

When couple Becca and Dan were forced to confront a long-distance relationship, they used their love of photography to bridge the gap. With Becca based in Brooklyn, and Dan part of the Remote Year project that sends him to different cities each month, the couple uses their creativity to keep them connected. With their Instagram account Half Half Travel, the avid photographers each post images that capture their travels.

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April 5, 2017

Traveling Couple Earns Up to $9K Per Instagram Post and Reveals Secrets Behind Their Awe-Inspiring Life

We’ve all seen travel Instagram accounts and thought, “I wish I could live like that!” Since 2012, self-taught photographer Jack Morris has lived this dream and been on adventures throughout the world—enjoying locales from Kenya to Bali. By his side is Lauren Bullen, another travel junkie who also captures the beauty of faraway places through her Instagram. Together, Morris and Bullen are a power couple; between the two of them, they’ve got over 3.

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