This could be Rotterdam

This could be Rotterdam

Now confidently stepping out of the shadow of its bigger and more fashionable brother Amsterdam.

The Old Smoke

The Old Smoke

Founded by the Romans, who named it Londinium, the city has been a major settlement for over two thousand years.

Lake Pukaki

Lake Pukaki

Heading through the southern regions of New Zealand, the view of shimmering Lake Pukaki in Mackenzie county is quite a sight to behold.

Early in Anda

Early in Anda

On a two-wheeled mission to circumnavigate Bohol, Anda would be my second stop. I’d hoped to reach it before dusk but things didn’t go to plan.

Snowdonia

Snowdonia

Capturing the dramatic landscapes of Snowdonia. This Welsh National Park contains Britains second-highest peak.

The Red Songthaew of Chiang Mai

The Red Songthaew of Chiang Mai

The red songthaew is an iconic sight in this charming and increasingly popular northern Thai City. It is known among locals simply as rot si daeng (literally ‘car red’)

Mount Bromo

Mount Bromo

Mount Bromo on the island of Java in Indonesia. A surreal volcanic landscape, renowned for its magnificent fairytale panorama.

The Menin Gate

The Menin Gate

“Who will remember, passing through this gate,

The unheroic Dead who fed the guns?”

Thung Chai

Thung Chai

Known locally as ‘Thung Chai’, this basket-shaped boat is popular among local fishermen in the central regions of Vietnam. This oddly shaped sea goer harks back to French colonial times.

My Son

My Son

Close to the central Vietnamese coastline, the temple ruins of My Son is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Established in the 4th century, My Son was occupied up until the 13th century.

The aftermath of violence in Colombia (Video)

The aftermath of violence in Colombia (Video)

Former combatants in Colombia’s internal armed conflict spent two years painting their experiences. In this 11 minute documentary they face difficult decisions about what to remember, what to forget and how to forgive.

The man who cycled from India to Europe for love

The man who cycled from India to Europe for love

The story of PK Mahanandia who cycled on the hippie trail from India to Europe in 1977 to be reunited with his wife.

Indian artist PK Mahanandia met Charlotte Von Schedvin on a winter evening in Delhi in 1975 when she asked him to draw her portrait.

What eventually followed was an epic bicycle journey from India to Europe – all for love.