Colombia In Pictures: Colors Of Cartagena
Katerina Jeng of Scratch the List shares her stories and photographs of Colombia's energetic city, Cartagena, where salsa rhythms and soccer games permeate each colorful street.
Philippines: Sunsets and Blood in Batangas
Flecks of gold glimmer across the open ocean; the yawning orange sun burns brilliantly in the sky. A little way from shore, beneath hovering cirrus clouds of lilac, a bamboo raft floats at sea, beckoning us to watch dusk fall from its wooden cylinders. We have no choice but to yield to its irresistible call.
London in Pictures: Notting Hill Carnival
I grew up in West London, between Queensway and Westbourne Grove. Every summer, the Notting Hill Carnival, Europe's biggest street festival celebration, was right on my doorstep. These images, documented using black and white film on a vintage Canon-AE1, represents a vital part of my summer memories in the UK.
Asia's Crimson Addiction
If you’ve ever stayed for a while in rural Asia – especially in certain northern regions of the Philippines where Ifugao or Bontoc tribes reside – chances are you may have seen the many of the natives chewing happily on something that stains their teeth, lips, and mouths a bright shade of red.
The "Algae" Truth About Boracay
Standing on the powdery white sands of Boracay, I stare out to sea and gaze upon its rich, endless shades of turquoise water. The hot Philippine sun blazes powerfully upon my face, and for the briefest of moments, I am arrested by the island’s paradiasacal natural beauty, the way I had been the first time I arrived here.
Wastefulness: A Western Phenomenon
It occurred to me recently that perspective is crucial for developing our sense of the world. The right perspective can utterly change a person's understanding, can alter something's meaning, and most importantly, can open our minds to new and revolutionary possibilities.