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Unsung Heroes – The Artwork of Antony Vassulo

Posted on November 29th, by Peter Parkorr in Gozo, Malta, Unsung Heroes. 3 comments
A post from Gozo, the smaller cousin of Malta.
Just after Christmas Day of 2011, I spent ten days on the charming island of Gozo, until early in the new year.  Malta and Gozo are very  different places, materially and culturally. The Maltese are very proud of their heritage and customs, as are the Gozitans, but other than the shared language they have little in common.…

Monday Meetings – Stuart ‘The Thinker’ Aitken

Posted on November 26th, by Peter Parkorr in Everywhere, Monday Meetings. No Comments
Another Monday, which means more Monday Meetings. But it’s ok, this is the fun type, where we talk to interesting people who’ve done interesting things – trying to find out what life is really all about! Today we’d like you to meet Stuart, a traveller with the world on his mind, who kindly answered a few of our questions about How and Why he travels.…

The Olive Branch El Chorro Promo Video

Posted on November 23rd, by Peter Parkorr in Spain, Video Adventures. 9 comments
Who loves DSLR films? I do…! So I went to shoot a couple of my own at The Olive Branch El Chorro… DSLR film It’s slick and sexy, with shallow depth-of-field, soft focus, and rarely feels staged because of the way it’s shot. With lots of quality older lenses to choose from on any budget, its no surprise that there are more and more professional film-makers turning to DSLR and micro-four thirds cameras for their projects.…

No Photos Allowed! Attack of the Pointless Objector.

Posted on November 16th, by Peter Parkorr in Everywhere, Picture Perfect. 16 comments
Have you ever been told ‘No Photos Allowed’? Sometimes it is completely justified. Other times, it can seem a little misplaced. The Rise of Electronic Imagery. Digital photography is on the up and up. More and more people use digital cameras everyday, whether that’s the one on their mobile phone, a point-and-shoot, or by purchasing a ‘pro-sumer’ level camera. Consumers in developed nations, the growing middle classes in countries where electronics are manufactured, and many other new markets have a huge array of image capturing devices at their disposal.…

Monday Meetings – Erick ‘Two Wheels’ Wenzel

Posted on November 12th, by Peter Parkorr in Everywhere, Monday Meetings. 1 Comment
Our second instalment of Monday Meetings, where people who take life by the horns tell us why they like to do things differently to most. This week we meet Erick, a literal road-a-holic, who agreed to tell us a little about How and Why he loves slow travel.               Nationality: Canadian Age:I am 40 years young, look like 35 and some mornings my knees feel like 50.…