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Here are some of the beautiful people we meet on our journeys around the world. They are no celebrities, no political figures – just ordinary people in their daily routines..More »
They say that the world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page. Please feel free to share your best travel shots with us, ideas, memories and your travel tips. To do this simply press COMMENTS & CONTACT or SHARE on the top of the page . .More »
Trade worth billions takes place in this market and all this happens through shops which located in small alleys, hardly a meter wide. 17th century Spice Market on Khari Baoli Rd in Old Delhi runs from the Fatehpuri Mosque to the western edge of the old city. Huge sacks of herbs and spices are still brought to the wholesalers on long, narrow barrows pushed by labourers. The place is intense not only because of the smell of all possible spices and herbs but also because of unimaginably hard working people.More »
When visiting Australia majority of overseas tourists visit Great Barrier Reef, Uluru, Sydney, Kakadu or Great Ocean Road but what about Tasmania …? An Island in the size of Ireland, also known as ‘Apple Isle’, for overseas visitors, mostly famous for being the only place where a Tasmanian devil is visible in the wild, has so much to offer. More than 3000 kms of coastline, the clearest air in the world, lakes, incredible Cradle Mountain and deliciously fresh food. In fact, Tasmania is the only destination in Australia to make Lonely Planet Top Ten places to visit in 2015. So go Tasmania! Photographs and words by Renata BlonskaMore »
Here are a few shots from Phewa Tal – the most touristy township in Nepal I’ve visited. It was a very early morning at the lake where locals prepare their boats for daily run on the lake. On clear, calm days, the mountains, including Mt. Everest, are spectacularly reflected in the lake’s mirror surface. However to see it you need to visit this place in October – November. Photographs and words by Renata BlonskaMore »
ONE DAY WE DECIDED TO TRAVEL THE WORLD,
SINCE THEN WE NEVER CAME BACK
Welcome to our website, hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Short Photo Stories was founded by Renata Blonska and Jack Donda in June 2011 in Sydney Australia as travel and photography platform. Here it opens to all nomadic souls and explorers, creating supportive travel and photo community and brings together photo and travel enthusiasts from all over the world.
Travelling is our passion, so we decided to create this place to hold on to our memories of all the cities, villages and countries we visit each year. This website aims to allow us to share the beauty of people, things and places around the globe. You will find here many photographs of not only the famous tourist destinations but also the less known spots which are often overlooked.
Please wonder around the website, enjoy the photos, maybe you will recognize some of the places you visited, and by all means share your passion with all of us by leaving your thoughts and comments.
We know, there is a story behind each photo and each place so we try to describe places we see and people we meet to our best knowledge. If you experienced anything interesting yourself, please share with us too.
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