Sometimes I think the only reason I still have an iPad is to look at the photography in The Guardian’s Eyewitness app.
Every couple of nights I unwind by flicking through the stunning and timely collection of photos from around the globe. They’re often politically charged, raw and capture humanity from all corners beautifully. Take a few moments to scroll through these choice selections:
Relaxing in India by unknown
Giant’s Causeway visitor centre in Northern Ireland by Marie-Louise Halpenny
Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania by Trevor Booth
Hong Kong’s architectural sky race: a vertiginous view by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze
Grasshopper emerges from its old skin in Indonesia by Adhi Prayoga/Solent Newsy
Buddhist monks chant in Bangkok, Thailand by Rungroj Yongrit
Salisbury Cathedral, UK by Ben Birchall
Autumn colours in Llanwrst, Wales by Paul Kingston
A boy and football goal near Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal by Navesh Chitrakar
Conkers – ah, childhood nostalgia by unknown
The Jet Star roller coaster that was washed out to sea after Sandy by unknown
A crystal-encrusted like dragonfly by David Chambon
Needles of California, in Sequoia National Forest, CA by Jeremiah Watt/Barcroft India
Freeclimbing at Ribblehead Viaduct, Yorkshire Dales by Chris Frazer Smith
My next post post (back to business!) about hustling for ambiverts will be out soon. Enjoy your weekend.
Related: Boston.com’s The Big Picture delivers equally stunning imagery.
P.S. Keen to hear your thoughts on the new blog theme. :)