The KIS Community Spotlight features up and coming photographers from around the planet
This week's feature shines a bright light on 6.tiff - a stellar street photographer from sunny Los Angeles, California. His surreal perspective captures the immensity of America's architectural wonders, placing you smack dab in the middle of an epic dream. Peep some of his shots below and check out more of is work on Instagram.
Travelling with a group means bonding over newfound common interests, sharing big laughs, and making memories that will last long after you return home.
Some groups make it a tradition to rent the same lake house or beach bungalow every year. If you're looking for something new, here are 18 ideas for great cities, countries, islands, and resorts to explore.
Returning for 2018, The Economist's Intelligence Unit recently released its annual Global Liveability Index, which ranks the world’s cities in terms of best living conditions. Did your city make the cut?
Tired of city life and in search of adventure, two friends left London on a motorcycle with a plan to drive to Budapest and back. They left technology behind to wild camp, cook their own food, and reconnect with themselves.
Every three years, theEchigo Tsumari Art Triennale is held in the rural Echigo-Tsumari region in Japan’s Niigata Prefecture. The momentous event features approximately 100 to 200 new artworks alongside permanent installations. One of the participants of this year’s installment is multinationalMAD Architects, who worked to complete the restoration of the historic Kiyotsu Gorge Tunnel in the area.
In Sapiens, Professor Yuval Noah Harari spans the whole of human history, from the very first humans to walk the earth to the radical--and sometimes devastating--breakthroughs of the Cognitive, Agricultural, and Scientific Revolutions. Drawing on insights from biology, anthropology, paleontology, and economics, and incorporating full-color illustrations throughout the text, he explores how the currents of history have shaped our human societies, the animals and plants around us, and even our personalities.
A capital city high in the Andes, Quito is dramatically situated, squeezed between mountain peaks whose greenery is concealed by the afternoon mist. Modern apartment buildings and modest concrete homes creep partway up their slopes, and busy commercial thoroughfares lined with shops and choked with traffic turn into peaceful neighborhoods on Sundays.