Category: Cultures & Festivals

Burma: Spending Time with the K'Cho, or Chin Women

My Burmese days with the tattooed women, the Chin By Natalia Vildosolia-Garcia Once upon a time,…

My Burmese days with the tattooed women, the Chin By Natalia Vildosolia-Garcia Once upon a time, in the remotest highlands of…

India: Pulikali Festival, the Tiger Dance

A Photographers Guide to Pulikali Festival in Kerala, India By Sandeep Rasal One of my friends…

A Photographers Guide to Pulikali Festival in Kerala, India By Sandeep Rasal One of my friends from Chennai who had shot…

San Francisco: Summer of Love Venues & Locations To See

On the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, San Francisco is feeling groovy By…

On the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, San Francisco is feeling groovy By Mary Govoni Haight-Ashbury is an…

Tanzania: Nomad Blacksmiths Who Create Beauty from Trash

The Barbaig Nomads of Tanzania By James Michael Dorsey The clang of steel on steel…

The Barbaig Nomads of Tanzania By James Michael Dorsey The clang of steel on steel echoes through the early morning…

In Cerkno, Slovenia, the Carnival of Laufarija

The Run: Laufarija in Cerkno, Slovenia By Ericka Hamburg With each new year, my finger…

The Run: Laufarija in Cerkno, Slovenia By Ericka Hamburg With each new year, my finger skirts across the calendar, stopping…

Pushkar Camel Fair: Getting Down and Dirty

By Donnie Sexton I’m having a love affair with India.   I’ve found my way…

By Donnie Sexton I’m having a love affair with India.   I’ve found my way there three times in the…

Tanzania: Africa’s Accidental Environmentalists

By James Michael Dorsey The man with the spear seemed to appear right next to…

By James Michael Dorsey The man with the spear seemed to appear right next to me as if by magic,…

Mongolia: Still the Land of Genghis Khan

By Susan McKee We all looked to the left from the grandstand, shading our eyes…

By Susan McKee We all looked to the left from the grandstand, shading our eyes as we swept the horizon…

North Korea Moves to Modernity

Things Have Changed Here… a second sojourn into North Korea in 2016 By Branson Quenzer…

Things Have Changed Here… a second sojourn into North Korea in 2016 By Branson Quenzer Pre conceived ideas of North…

Spello, Italy: The Infiorata Covers the Streets with Flowers

By Marianna Morè Infiorata, Collaboration in Color The last, declining rays are setting over the soft,…

By Marianna Morè Infiorata, Collaboration in Color The last, declining rays are setting over the soft, ancient curves of the Appennines…

Tokyo: Ten Good Things to Know Before You Go

Here are some of the things I wish I knew before I went to Japan..Now…

Here are some of the things I wish I knew before I went to Japan..Now You know! By Elizabeth von…

Tak-Bat: Giving Alms in Vientiane Laos

Tak-Bat in Laos By James Michael Dorsey In the black velvet hours before dawn, Vientiane,…

Tak-Bat in Laos By James Michael Dorsey In the black velvet hours before dawn, Vientiane, Laos awakens slowly and softly.…