More real than reality!

“Through abstract photography, even the most mundane objects can be artistically represented in fresh, exciting ways. Via an array of photographic tools and techniques such as extreme close-up, specialty lenses, filters, simple cropping, and lighting, […]

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Baltic Autumn, Estonia.

Continuing with Luis’ passion for the baltic countries, he headed up to Estonia to capture the Autumn colours and to witness some of the biggest bird migrations in Europe. Among Bogs, deep forest, waterfalls, lakes […]

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Nemunas Delta, Lithuania.

We’re escaping to the magical Nemunas Delta in Lithuania, via the lens of travel photographer Luis F. Medina Salazar, who although he has visited the country already many times before, this baltic jewel keeps giving […]

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Faces of a Nation – Sakha Republic, Far East Russia.

“A portrait! What could be more simple and more complex, more obvious and more profound.”  Charles Baudelaire – 1859 “I do not paint a portrait to look like the subject, rather does the person grow to look like […]

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Beyond the main stage at Northern Rainbow Festival 2016- in pictures!

This year’s Northern Rainbow International Festival in Yakutsk city, Sakha Rep. in Far East Russia featured the best of the Siberian dances and music, but beyond the main stage there was plenty to see and do for […]

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Cold weather turns out well!!!

Ready to start 2016 off with the right foot? So are we. To kick off the new year right, we hit Luis’s favourite spot in the Swiss Alps to find out why he spends most of […]

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2015: the year in photography adventures!

As part of our review of the year 2015, Passenger Diaries’ editorial team has selected 12 images from some of our most memorable journeys. Watch a recap of the key events, festivals and tours that made […]

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klausjagen festival – Küssnacht am Rigi.

Bring it on, December: We hope these fresh images taken by Luis during the last weekend winter’s festival “Klausjagen” will make your Monday’s routine less Monday-like. We are proud to present this winter cultural event […]

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Slow travel’s pleasures – deceleration rather than speed!!!

Slow travellers delight in the beauty of the unexpected “The art of living,” says Carlo Petrini, the charismatic founder of the Slow Food Movement, “is about learning how to give time to each and every […]

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Sunday’s journey: Fall Every Day

We’re cherishing these sweet days of fall in the Swiss Alps — and hope you are too! Sunday’s journey wraps up some of our favourite moments this week: here are some recent imagery from our […]

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