Travel Photography & Travel Writing

On behalf of Verge Magazine, the Go Global Expo and Rough Guides, we are excited to present the winners of our eighth annual Travel With Purpose Photo Contest...(drum roll please)...
Check out the shortlisted images from this year's photo contest.
The votes have been tallied and the winner is ... !
Browse the extraordinary collection of images we've gathered and published over the years.
And the winner is... "Lesson in Compassion Through the Eyes of Children" by Bruce Passmore. Congratulations!
We are thrilled to announce the winner for this year's photo contest! "Turtle Tears" by Ravi Jaipal. Congratulations! Also to Robert McKinnon, runner-up with his image, "One World."
Our photos can have a major effect on the people and places we visit. Here are some ways to help make it a positive one.
Have you ever wondered what a hero looks like? Verge is proud to introduce our 2009 Global Heroes: 14 men and women who are doing their part to make a difference in the developing world.
Snapping shots of people is easy; slowing down and turning it into a genuine encounter is a whole different story. Photographer Trevor Lush explains how.
Brendan Sainsbury discusses the challenges and pleasures of his career as a guidebook writer for Lonely Planet.
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