Photo Story

Our series of photo stories are visual investigations of people, street art, food markets, festivals, architectural splendour (and ruins), found in amazing cities around the world. City life is full of arresting images on every curb and corner, so check out what our photographers have posted recently below…

Berlin-panoramas

With his project Panorama Streetline, Jorg Dietrich creates composite photos dedicated to showing a city’s architectural identity. We invited him to share his new perspective of the German capital… Berlin might not be the first city one thinks of in terms of grand metropolitan architecture. Sure you have the icons, like Brandenburg…

gazi-photos-athens

On a grey autumnal Sunday in Athens, The Editor takes his camera for a walk around the offbeat Gazi district… check out our latest photo story on Urban Travel Blog. Hornets, bees, beggars and mad dogs are just a few of the things one has to contend with on a…

bokor-photos

These beautiful images of the ruins of Bokor Hill Station in Cambodia hide an ugly history of exploitation, decadence, decay and violence. Story by Margherita Ragg and Nick Burns. You’d be hard pressed to find a more dramatic historical period than last century in Cambodia. There is one place that…

stray-cats-tel-aviv-pics

Sandy beaches, sacred sites and slick street art have nothing on the all-conquering kitsch of furry felines… or so says Anna Spysz as she chronicles the strays moggies of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem in the latest of our urban photo essays. Last month, I spent five and a half days…

cocullo-snakes-italy

Slither me timbers, if isn’t Italy’s creepiest festival! Margherita Ragg & Nick Burns took these venomously-good photos at Cocullo’s hisssstoric “Processione dei Serpari” last year. Cocullo is a small village in the central Italian region of Abruzzo, hidden deep in the Apennines. For most of the year it is a…