Andrew Merz, Santorini (Greece)

Greece’s traditional colors of blue and white are reflected not only on its flag but also throughout the culture and architecture of its scenic islands scattered across the Mediterranean region. This is what Chicago-based photographer Andrew Merz came to see and capture during his family trip in the island paradise of Santorini. “The people on…

Celine Meunier, Kyrgyzstan

While the term “nomad” has been used very loosely to refer to a constant state of wandering, it’s highly likely that many of us are yet to have a first-hand nomadic experience. So, you can just imagine our excitement (and envy) when this week’s featured analogue traveler got in touch with us to show what…

Andrej Russkovskij, Bolivia

Andrej Russkovskij, one of our good friends and favorite travelers, is back with another set of captivating film snaps of his adventures. As part of his journey to keep film photography alive while traversing South America, Andrej braved the landlocked Bolivia, whose rough terrains, challenging transits, and natural wonders gave him a lot to take…

Yip Choon Hong, Japan

Land of the Rising Sun — and sushi, cherry blossoms, quirky fashion, the beautiful Mt. Fuji, dreamy streets, and many other cultural wonders. No wonder Malaysian photographer and designer Yip Choon Hong recently got enticed to whip up an impromptu trip to Japan. However, given the Asian country’s popularity among travelers, it might not be…

Dawn Chapman, The Routeburn Track (New Zealand)

“By the time we arrived I practically leaped out of the car,” recalled Dawn Chapman, our featured analogue traveler, about her thoughts upon reaching the starting point of the her solo hike. Earlier this year, she she braved the Routeburn Track, one of New Zealand’s well-known multi-day hikes, for the first time. “You start the…

Maya Beano, The Dead Sea (Jordan)

Apart from the surreal images snapped in one of the most sought after destinations in the world, today’s Wanderlust installment comes with a fascinating story. In winter 2014, Maya Beano explored Jordan with some friends and visited the Dead Sea for the first time since she moved to the United Kingdom around 10 years ago.…

Carmen Marchena Alonso, Greenland

As if taken from the depths of her imagination, the surreal photos of Galicia-based Carmen Marchena Alonso effortlessly spark awe among intrepid travelers hungry for a surreal, postcard-worthy landscape. For the curious and the wanderlust-driven, her playground for these images is Greenland, which is usually bleak and barren to those who have seen only the…

Hayden Williams, Puerto Rico

Apart from sharing with us some interesting details about his Puerto Rican escape, Hayden Williams also told us about the insights and motivations behind his dreamy snaps for this Wanderlust installment. Like one of our previously featured analogue travelers, double exposures make up a considerable portion of his travel photos, making his muse blend tastefully…