In this article, Viewbug community member and self-taught amateur photographer waynerc67 shares his creative ideas and tips on creating a compelling story.Read More
Paris has had its fair share of trauma over the last year but this did not prevent my family and I from visiting this city brimming with vitality and culture in March this year.Read More
Being a native and inhabitant of London, I have always been amazed by the huge diversity of people, culture, history and architecture. With over 300 languages spoken and 37% of the population born outside of the UK this has to be, one of the most, if not the most, diverse city in the world.
*This post was originally submitted May 2016Read More
Last Christmas in the Spanish Andalusian city Granada was one of those rare occasions where we could celebrate together as a large family.
This post was originally submitted Jan 2016Read More
If you are from the UK the Spanish Canary Island Tenerife conjures up images endless foreign owned bars and clubs lining the seafronts of Los Cristianos & Playa Las Americas.
*This post was originally submitted in Dec 2015Read More
Bedlam – n. a noisy confused place or situation.
If you are seeking the serenity of an oasis nestled in the barren landscape of the Sahara desert flanked by the Atlas Mountains, then brace yourself for an onslaught on your senses courtesy of the old Medina.
*This post was originally submitted Dec 2015Read More
So it has been over three weeks since the murderous events in Paris unfolded in front of our eyes. What have we learned since those events?
*This post was originally submitted November 2015Read More
Friday 13th November was the watershed moment when the world awoke from its slumber. The events of the terrorist attacks in Paris that night bought into stark focus the sheer horror of the pain, destruction and death humans can inflict on each other.
*This post was originally submitted Nov 2015Read More