Photojournalist Steve McCurry: The Interview

Article as seen in GROOVE KOREA   In a career spanning some three decades, Steve McCurry has seen and experienced more than most of us will in a lifetime. He has worked in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Cambodia, Burma and many other countries, boldly capturing images of civil wars in the Middle East, the devastation […]

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Seoul: A Photographer’s Guide

So you have arrived in Seoul on a business trip or perhaps you live there permanently. Or maybe you are a holiday maker in this vibrant and crazy metropolis. You’d love to take a long exposure of the city or some cool street photography, but you just don’t know where to go. Or maybe you […]

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Hiking Australia’s Highest Peak: Kosciuszko

Hiking Mt Kosciuszko and visiting Kosciuszko National Park has been on John and I’s to-do list for a while. This past Easter weekend we took to the opportunity to hike Australia’s highest peak, and discover this rugged and remote corner of our continent. Mt Kosciuszko Summit Walk details: Distance: 18km Hiking time: 3-6 hours (dependent […]

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Beng Mealea: Siem Reap’s Best Temple

If you enjoy getting off the beaten track and avoiding the crowds, how about setting aside an afternoon to visit Beng Mealea, one of Angkor’s undiscovered temples. What: A gorgeous undiscovered temple from the Angkor era Where: 60km from Siem Riep How: Car, or for the adventurous: tuk tuk. When: Wet season is best (June-October) […]

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