Portals To Distant Lands: 11 Travel Photographers Share Their Favourite Pictures

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Portals To Distant Lands: 11 Travel Photographers Share Their Favourite Pictures

Words by Mr Chris Wallace

27 June 2020

The Faroe Islands, 2014. Photograph by Mr Chris Burkard/Massif

01. Mr Frédéric Lagrange, Üüreg Lake, Mongolia

“Üüreg Lake, Uvs Aimag (Үүрэг Нуур, Увс Аймаг)”, summer 2015. Photograph by Mr Frédéric Lagrange

02. Ms Pia Riverola, Kyoto, Japan

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Multicolour water, Kyoto, February 2020

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Kimonos, Kyoto, February 2020. Photographs by Ms Pia Riverola

03. Ms Nancy Lova, Udaipur, India

Lake Pichola, Udaipur, 2019. Photograph by Ms Nancy Lova

04. Mr Will Sanders, New Delhi, India

“India, Balloons, Delhi, Colour, Red”, 2018. Photograph by Mr Will Sanders

05. Mr Jake Michaels, Dakar, Senegal

“Light Rain, Central Dakar, Senegal”, July 2017. Photograph by Mr Jake Michaels

06. Mr Dan Tom, India

Kumbh Mela, February 2019. Photograph by Mr Dan Tom

07. Mr Miguel Flores-Vianna, Cairo, Egypt

“The Mosque of Ibn Tulun, Cairo, Egypt”, 6 February 2019. Photograph by Mr Miguel Flores-Vianna

08. Ms Nicole Franzen, Greece

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Andros, Greece, 2019

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Andros, Greece, 2019. Photographs by Ms Nicole Franzen

09. Mr Christopher Bagley, Sicily, Italy

Sicily, 2018. Photograph by Mr Christopher Bagley

10. Mr Chris Burkard, Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands, 2014. Photograph by Mr Chris Burkard/Massif

11. Mr Bill Phelps, Ireland

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Lismore Castle, Ireland, 2013

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The River Blackwater, Ireland, 2013. Photographs courtesy of Bill Phelps Studio

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