This online photography exhibition makes history. It’s the first to include a guest contribution by a member of one of the Guild’s sister organisations from the Global Travel Writers’ Alliance.
Are we beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel?
We dedicate this online photography exhibition to health workers.
Attending a festival and photographing at it has the potential to raise complex ethical issues.
People, it’s said, make places.
Wild can encompass wildlife, wild times and wild locations around the planet.
Saying goodbye can count among the most emotional aspects of travel.
The BGTW Photographer of the Year 2018, James Rushforth recalls some of his travels as he shares some of the stories behind the images in his winning portfolio. An unusual perspective on Lake Garda This photo was taken above Lake Garda on the Via dell’Amicizia (Friendship Route), an excellent via ferrata. The route is sometimes…
The fishing town of Kannur in northern Kerala is an excellent base to discover one of India’s strangest and most colourful ritual celebrations – the Theyyam. Drawing on complex ancient mythology, Theyyams are performed almost nightly throughout the winter months, from November to April, in remote towns and villages only in this small corner of…
It may be soggy underfoot. Trees may be black and skeletal against a steely sky. A hard frost may dazzle on a sharp, cloudless morning. But winter in the New Forest has its own, particular atmosphere. Here, Guild photographers capture some of it…..
The BGTW Photographer of the Year 2017, Nori Jemil recalls some of her travels as she shares some of the stories behind the images in her winning portfolio. Panamanian festival Fiestas Patrias – Published in Rough Guides (December 2015) Travelling independently around Panama, I made my way across the country to the traditional heartlands of the Azuero…
Each month, the British Guild of Travel Writers collates a selection of seasonal images taken by Guild members. Here is our…
In the latest of our seasonal round ups, BGTW members capture images of long summer days:
Spring has sprung and here are a few images captured by our members of this season of rebirth.
Each season we plan to post a selection of images captured by our members. Here is a selection for winter: