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So… let me just be honest, I could write the best article in the world explaining to you why you should travel, but realistically, you’re still not going to. Since I am a photographer and a visual learner, I thought it would be best to show you why you should travel. In all honesty, it doesn’t really matter where you go, it’s the fact that you’re getting out in the world. There are millions of places that you can visit and it doesn’t even have to be far from home.

 

Here are 20 images that I hope will inspire you to get out and see some of the beautiful world we live in!

 

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Batu Caves, Malaysia

 

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Paris, France

 

Long An, Vietnam

 

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Cairo, Egypt

 

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Jerusalem, Israel

 

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

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Maafushi, Maldives

 

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

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Berlin, Germany

 

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Salla, Finland

 

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

 

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Budapest, Hungary

 

Ben San, Vietnam

 

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Istanbul, Turkey

 

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Jerusalem, Israel

 

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

 

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Prague, Czech Republic

 

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Malé, Maldives

 

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Phuket, Thailand

 

ALL IMAGES © MARINA DOMINGUEZ

IMAGES CANNOT BE USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT FROM PHOTOGRAPHER.

 


 

Bio Photo Marina 150x150 UPDATED: Taking A Chalkboard Around The World (PHOTOS)Marina Dominguez is the co-founder of Latitude 34 Travel Blog as well as a photographer and documentary film maker.

As a maturing women, Marina has dedicated her life to travel and new experiences. After working a 9-5 cubical lifestyle, Marina sold everything she owned, left her job and begun a new life with her best friend and travel companion, Jeff Johns. Together they relocated to Phuket, Thailand and founded Latitude 34 in which they seek to share their alternative lifestyle with the world.

Marina is a Visual Journalism graduate of Brooks Institute of Photography where she studied photography, videography and ultimately caught the travel bug. Through creating several international documentaries, Marina realized there was more to the world than work and wanted something more.

Beautiful and Dreamy Pictures of Denmark (Gallery)

Beautiful and Dreamy Pictures of Denmark (Gallery)

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We both share such a passion for photography that we love being able to share beautiful images from beautiful places we have yet to visit. Denmark is on our list of places we much visit, but sadly we haven’t been there yet. Lucky for us, Guiie Sandgaard Ferrer has spent years capturing the beauty and dream like pictures of Denmark and was kind enough to share his gorgeous images with us. Enjoy!

“It is well known that Denmark -where he is home based- is as flat as a flapjack and challenging for any photographer…but this is what inspires and moves me to make magic shots and unveil what others haven’t seen yet”.

New Zealand, Los Andes in Chile, Argentina, Spain and Germany, have been the places where he’s been based the most, traveling all around in a never-ending quest to chase the untameable different climates that create unusual and unique scenes that he captures and shows through his photography.

Over the years, he has developed one of his favorite techniques in photography: IR.

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Beautiful and Dreamy Pictures of Denmark (Gallery)

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Guiie Sandgaard Ferrer (Fine-art and landscape photographer) is a journalist, former music and travel writer who, after searching, breathing, living and making music all around the globe, decided it was the right time to stop, settle down and start his life in Scandinavia where he is developing his beloved craft: photography. You can follow him on twitter @gsfphotography

Morocco

20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Morocco 

 

Morocco has a certain mystique that not many other countries have. The name conjures up images of great mosques, winding hill side alleyways and colorful spice markets. While I had visited Morocco years ago, I was so consumed at a young age by the sounds and smells that I remember very little of the country beyond the huge impact it had on my senses.
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While on a recent cruise, Marina and I had the chance to stop and explore both Casablanca and Tangier, two wildly different coastal cities, both filled with the vibrance of a culture so different from our own.
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Morocco truly has it all, and while we still have so much of the country left to explore, here are 20 photos that will make you want to visit Morocco immediately. With so much color, contrast, sights and sounds, get those bags packed and head out for an adventure in Morocco, we can’t wait to hear about your experiences!

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Innsbruck, Austria

Why You Can’t Miss Innsbruck, Austria (PHOTOS)

 

Every young traveler dreams of not only visiting Europe at some point but also of finding the quintessential European city full of charm, history, character and heart. While most traveling chose to visit Paris, London or Rome if they get the chance to hop across the pond, there are many smaller cities worth a visit, which is why you can’t miss Innsbruck, Austria if you have the chance to visit.
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Innsbruck isn’t Austria’s largest or most commonly visited city yet offers those who visit some of the most authentic European experiences that can be found anywhere. Innsbruck offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding during the winter months, as well as sledding, which is ridiculously fun. Ever been to an igloo party on top of a mountain? Innsbruck offers a slick mountain top restaurant right above the city which hosts weekly DJ hosted parties in a gigantic igloo. There is nothing like standing by a fire with a glass of hot wine looking over the majestic city lights below.
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Europe is known for its cuisine and Innsbruck doesn’t disappoint with amazing authentic restaurants as well as many Asian, Mexican and delicious burger places. Walking around the amazingly picturesque downtown area will give you a great sense of history and the many bakeries, cheese and meat stores that line the alleys offer some of the best bites to eat during your day.

 

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While still a small city, Innsbruck played host to be the 1964 and 1976 winter Olympics and many of the sky slopes built are still in use today. If you visit Innsbruck during the winter months, you will be hard pressed to walk through town on a weekend morning and not see many of the locals loading up their cars and heading for the hills. Located in the Inn Valley, Innsbruck is literally surrounded by some of the most impressive mountains we have seen, and when covered in snow they provide one of the most breathtaking surroundings you could imagine, you will feel as though you are in a postcard.

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While Innsbruck might not be on your list of must see cities in Europe, it is located only an hour and a half train ride from Munich, Germany and can even be explored in a day trip. While we would spend at least 2-3 days in the city, much can be done in a day, such as visiting one of the many castles outside of the city, enjoying an amazing schnitzel lunch and walking the beautiful banks of the river that flows through the middle of town.

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Ask the locals for their recommendations, as there are endless hidden nooks and crannies around the city filled with uber authentic dining options. Innsbruck also offers some great nightlife options including dance clubs for the younger generation (or old people looking to be awesome) as well as an opera house for the older generation (or youngsters looking to be pretentious haha).
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Innsbruck offers plenty of hotel options, from high end to budget and the train system all throughout Europe is impeccably clean, efficient and easy to use. We took the train in from Rome and left via train to Venice for Carnivale.
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One of our favorite European cities by far, the air is clean, scenery drop dead gorgeous, people warm and options endless for an authentic and memorable European holiday.

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.H . jeffjohnsheadshotJeff Johns is the co-founder and editor of Latitude 34 Travel Blog. Through 65 countries on 6 continents he has accumulated a seemingly endless stream of odd information, interesting stories and helpful tips and tricks to better travel. Jeff’s goal is to visit all 204 countries on Earth before he is too senile to remember them all. A graduate of the Visual Journalism program at the Brooks Institute, his true passions lay in honest visual storytelling, documentary filmmaking, Thai food and a good laugh. Together with his girlfriend Marina, they run Latitude 34 Travel Blog as a source of helpful information for those who love to travel or those who simply dream of it. If you have a comment or suggestion, send them an email at hello@latitudethirtyfour.com and they’ll respond super fast!

Budapest
Why Budapest Might Just be the Most Enchanting City in Europe (30 PHOTOS)
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Budapest is quickly becoming one of the hottest cities in Europe. We’ll admit that visiting Budapest was not on the top of our list until almost every traveler and friend we talked to told us we couldn’t miss a visit.
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Eager to see what all the fuss was about, we booked a train from Prague to Budapest and were absolutely blown away by how beautiful, clean, friendly and enchanting Budapest was. The city offers some of the most magnificent castles in Europe, the cuisine to die for, parks to lounge in, a superb transit system, a hip night life and all for very cheap.
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It wasn’t on our list of cities to visit when we started this trip, but Budapest has quickly jumped to the top of our list of cities we must get back to.
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Paris, France
How about a visit to the magical city of Paris, France!

19 Photos that will Make you Fall in Love with Paris

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Paris is one of those cities that everyone raves about and it is not until you see the city you can really understand. Jeff and I just spent 6 long and wonderful days exploring everything Paris has to offer. We were fortunately enough to stay with a good friend who has lived in Paris for the past year and in 6 days, showed us almost everything she had discovered. We walked through countless little streets, ate dozens of croissants and bakeries all over and drank coffee in tons of the endless cafes Paris has to offer and of course had our cameras in hand to capture it all!

 

While we are working on our “Latitude 34 Guide to Paris” we couldn’t help but share some of the beauty Paris has to offer in a photo gallery. Hope you enjoy!

 

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Congrats to our

Congrats to our “Best Travel Photo” Instagram Contest Winners!

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We were thrilled at the outcome of our first travel photo contest! This months theme was “Best Travel Photo“, and we had tons of beautiful submissions. This made the task of picking the top three images extremely difficult. We classify a good travel photo as an image that conveys a strong sense of place, uncovers a destination new to the world, introduces people to a culture, people, food or feeling and most importantly, makes us all feel something.

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“Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.” – Matt Hardy 

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Make sure to follow all of our winners on instagram and don’t miss another beautiful image they post! Our first place image goes to Bethany Madison (@madbeth) for her gorgeous monk with umbrella photograph captured in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Second place goes to Brett Benham (@brettwillshootyou) for his moody image of a Lake Nicaragua, and our third place goes to Ash Blodgett (@brashvideo) for her beautifully quiet image of a sailboat from Santa Cruz Island, Channel Islands, California.

We put together three really fun handmade prize packages we will be sending out to this months winners, full of fun items from Thailand. Make sure to stay posted for exciting future contests and follow Latitude 34 on instagram @latitude34 for all the details. Please make sure to follow us on instagram when you submit and make sure your profile is set to public, as we had many wonderful images submitted that did not do this, and therefor could not be considered for the prizes.

Enjoy the beautiful images below and get out there and shoot the world around you, who knows what our next theme will be!

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Congrats to our "Best Travel Photo" Instagram Contest Winners!

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Congrats to our "Best Travel Photo" Instagram Contest Winners!

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Congrats to our "Best Travel Photo" Instagram Contest Winners!

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“If in our daily life we can smile, if we can be peaceful and happy, not only we, but everyone will profit from it. This is the most basic kind of peace work.”
― Thích Nhất Hạnh, Being Peace

 

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