Black and white photographs I took in the New York Summer of 2013. The city is an assault on the senses — bringing it back to black and white quietens, but also sharpens it.
Architecture across countries is always interesting, and the details, such as windows, often tell a story.
Each day, a few times a day, trains depart from Bergen heading to Oslo, and Oslo heading to Bergen, on what is said to be one of the most scenic train routes in the world. In the space of about 7 hours, you can see Winter-snow mountains, lush green birch forests, and Summer-kissed fields, allContinue reading “Norway by railway”
There were meant to be 700,000 locals in Nizwa, and I couldn’t see even one of them. Now I knew what it felt like being in a ghost town. A town where the sun, and the hairdryer-like heat drove the humans indoors. I sat on the gun carriage of an old canon, in front of the door to theContinue reading “Nizwa afternoon”
Not many people have heard of Oman, let alone travelled there, but I have been lucky to. I highly recommend considering this super-friendly country if you have wanderlust for the Gulf. Read what I wrote about it on the Emily Luxton Travel Blog.