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Panda Girl, Seville, Spain

Street Art: 2015 Year in Review

Street Art Survey 2015 Our 2015 was filled with opportunities to discover and explore new and interesting places.  We were lucky enough to spend about six months in Europe doing…

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Street Art: Berlin’s East Side Gallery

  The East Side Gallery should be on everyone’s to do list when visiting Berlin. The gallery is a section of the original Berlin Wall spanning nearly a mile on Mühlenstraße…

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Tunnel Visions in the Tunnelbana

Stockholm Subway Art Spending time in major cities can get expensive, so we love finding ways to have fun without breaking the bank. Stockholm was no exception. The city’s network of…

Theater of Life Philadelphia

Street Art: Philadephia Murals

While zigging and zagging through Philadelphia, we were lucky enough to stumble upon one of the famous Philadelphia murals. We were exploring and wandering the Society Hill neighborhood when we…

Medellin Graffiti

Street Art: Medellin’s Voice of the People

Creative expression can be found in many forms. Street art is often a form of expression for those who don’t have other means. It can convey a personal message, or…

Maria Mulata, street art in Cartagena

Street Art: Colors of Cartagena

Street Art in Cartagena Cartagena is already so full of vibrant color; it’s hard to imagine street art wouldn’t get lost in the kaleidoscope. Beyond the colonial architecture, doors and…

Travel Photo Roulette

The Winner of Travel Photo Roulette Round 64 Is . . .

When selecting the theme, “Dance” for this round of Travel Photo Roulette, we wanted to celebrate how the human body in motion has the power to both express and evoke…

Dancing in the Park, Beijing

Travel Photo Roulette Round 64: Dance

We are thrilled and honored to have been selected as the winner of Travel Photo Roulette’s Round 63!  Last week’s winner, Passports and Pamplemousse, presented the excellent theme “Hands at…

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Tagong: Motorcycle Monks and the Yak-men

Intro to Tagong In this high-altitude land of snow-capped mountains and grassy plateaus, priorities revolve around what helps you to get by. Here, two of those things are spiritual beliefs…

From Across the Yi River

Beaucoup Buddhas in the Longmen Grottoes

The Longmen Grottoes Along the banks of the Yi River, about 15 kilometers south of the city Luoyang, China are the Longmen Grottoes, also known as the Dragon Gate Caves….