Photo: Luca Galuzzi

Galleries

What’s the “best” travel photograph? It all depends on perspective.

This is why we put together Matador photo galleries – photographic essays on travel subjects or places that incorporate multiple points of view, or the work of various photographers. These are some of the biggest works we’ve created, with some galleries viewed by more than half a million people and getting hundreds of comments

With the participatory nature of new media, oftentimes the most revealing work about a place or an element of travel is more effectively expressed by a group of people than a single individual.

Have an idea for a photo gallery? Please let us know!

Galleries Articles
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These photos of a lost Mongolian tribe are incredible

by Matt Hershberger
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23 of the most inspiring views on the planet (and how to get there)

by Hal Amen
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30 images of Tasmania we can’t stop looking at

by Michael Bonocore

29 Instagrams that show how vibrant the world really is

by Carlo Alcos
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20 Instagrammers show us their favorite spots in Scotland

by Carlo Alcos

21 awesome maps that’ll teach you something about the world

by Matt Hershberger

15 Instagrams of our favorite places in Germany

by Michael Bonocore

8 ways to take stunning photos of people

by Michael Bonocore

17 Hawaiian Instagrammers show us why Hawaii is the most vibrant place on Earth

by Kate Siobhan Mulligan

20 epic Instagrams from last night’s northern lights spectacle

by Katie Scott Aiton

15 photographs that show the diverse beauty of Utah

by Michael Bonocore
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22 Instagrammers show us their favorite spots in Utah

by Katie Scott Aiton
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24 hours in a Maasai Village [PICS]

by Sebastien Beun

17 places Coloradans would rather keep to themselves

by Michael Bonocore

8 reasons we’re proud to live in Catalonia

by Jeremy Ullmann
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11 reasons why Olympic National Park is the most underrated place in the US

by Brad Mitchell

21 of the most extreme selfies you’ll ever see

by Matt Hershberger
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13 places in South America where you’ll be dwarfed by nature

by Karin-Marijke Vis
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