EACH WEEK WE CHOOSE OUR favorite images from readers, fans, and travelers, who tag their photos with #travelstoke and post them on our Instagram account. These pictures provide a daily dose of incentive, and challenge us to photograph the world in innovative ways.
Here are this week’s editors’ picks of people finding some serious #travelstoke.
1. Chloe, The Barrington Tops National Park, NSW.
2. Célestine Aerden, Alberta, Canada.
3. Riedha Fahlipi Muis, Bali.
4. Jacob Riglin, The Königssee, Germany.
@TheLuxuryCollection wants to give 20 travel enthusiasts the chance to become a #GlobalExplorer – Use the tag #TheLuxuryCollection in a new post and tell them why you should be one of the lucky 20 people to take exploration to the next level…what does travelling mean to you? 💚 Königssee | Germany w/ @lmt_
5. Alex Bell, Australia.
The trees are our lungs, the rivers our circulation, the air our breath and the earth our body ~ deepak chopra #sundaysunset #thisiswa #wonderful_places #austravellermag #australiagram #travelawesome #travelstoke #exploreaustralia #bestvacations #amazing_australia #amazingwa #exploringaustralia #awesomeearth #fantastic_earth #destinationearth #itsamazingoutthere #wow_australia2016 #hello_bluey #exmouth #coralcoast #aerial #ig_australia__ #hot_shotz
6. Matthew Hahnel, Mount Assiniboine in BC, Canada.
7. Traveler’s Little Treasures, Maldives.
8. Elisabeth Brentano, Iceland.
9. Jonathan Spinner, Chefchaouen Medina.
A pair of eyes meet mine. The kind of eyes I think I have: curious and full of questions. But there is no way that mine, with their jade and cynicism, could even be mistaken in the dark. Morocco has been the ultimate test of trust in humanity. People are constantly coming up to me to talk. It’s difficult to figure out who is genuinely trying to connect with me and who just wants to rip me off. I’ve never been somewhere quite like this. It’s an adventure.
10. Stevin Tuchiwsky, Abraham Lake, Alberta.
11. Scott Sporleder, Lucban, Batangas, Philippines.
For my final portrait shot of the week, I’m not really going with a straight portrait, but more of an overall vibe… This is the Pahiyas Festival in Lucban, Philippines. This annual religious festival celebrates the patron saint of Farming and in order to honor him, local farmers decorate their houses with fruits and vegetables harvested from the area. It’s a bright, wild and raucous party…and since it’s Friday and the Filipinos know how to smile, I figure it’s a great way to close out the week. #travelstoke