Meet ISLANDS senior staff photographer Jon Whittle and photo editor Lori Barbely, your guides for ISLANDS On Assignment: Hawai'i (October 5-12, 2013).
Travel and shoot with us in the Dominican Republic for ISLANDS On Assignment
ISLANDS editors and photographers took readers on the trip of a lifetime, where they learned how to take travel photos like a pro. Take a look at what they experienced in the Dominican Republic and don't miss out on our next ISLANDS photo trip in Hawaii on October 5-12, 2013! Click here to sign up: Islands on Assignment: Hawaii.
A journey aboard a 237-foot, 110-year-old tall ship brings one adventurer to a beach with water as clear and as bright as the sky.
Forget what you learned in the cinemas about Italy, Sicily and the Egadi Islands. Instead, open your eyes to a land full of preserved temples, medieval castles and beautiful national parks.
Throughout our recent trip to the Bahamas, we posted photos from The Cove Atlantis, Graycliff and One&Only Ocean Club. All spectacular. Take a look on ISLANDS on Instagram. We've got more trips coming up, so we'll be snapping quick pics of our travels to share with you. Plus we include some of our classic photos, like the greatest overwater bungalows in Bora Bora, the have-to-see-them-to-believe-them stingrays of Stingray City in Grand Cayman, and empty beach chairs everywhere.
Go underground in the Dominican Republic's La Cueva de Rulfo.
For starters: Should we read into the fact British Airways doesn't even offer service here?
They’re beer guys in New Zealand’s wine country. That might explain why Andy Deuchars and Brian Thiel, expats from California, have given the name “Paradox” to one of the pilsners made at their Renaissance Brewing Company. Or why they describe an ale with equal parts sensory effects and breakfast-buffet details: “Layers of biscuit, maple syrup, and hints of black currant and toast.” The combination works. Just like a winemaker (Andy, 45) partnering with a Mercedes mechanic (Brian, 43) to create beer 7,000 miles from home.