is perhaps the single most informative photography blog on the web, most especially when it comes to in depth product reviews and the technical aspects of photography. Tons of great photos and travel related photo essays, of which LJ/Benn Stevens is proud to contribute time to time. Nasim Masurov is the founding editor, all around nice guy, and one of the hardest working men in the business.
Kyoto Journal – Insights from Asia
Kyoto Journal was founded in 1986 by editor/designer John Einarsen. John’s vision was to blend art, spirituality and Asian cultures, and that he and his team have done with great success. John was also instrumental in the publication of In a Rocket Made of Ice , as well as creating the layout design. KJ’s successive reviews editors have developed a multi-talented network of writers with interests that range all over Asia and beyond. We plan to put our entire archive of reviews online as a searchable resource.
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Wanderlust Travel Magazine
United Kingdom based travel magazine with a global reach, sharp enough to recognize LJ’s Frankie Naing as one the world’s best travel guides. Many articles on Myanmar travel, or as the UK still calls them, Burma holidays. Vietnam, India and Indonesia as well!
Documentary film company founded by Indian American filmmaker, Nadeem Uddin. Samsara Films is best known for its award winning film on the Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal. Also notable is the extraordinary bio-doc on 60’s firebrand, Abe Isheroff, and the colorful film, Songs of the River, featuring mind-blowing footage from India’s massive religious spectacle, the 2001 Maha Kumbh Mela.
Dave’s Travel Corner
Dave is one of those Bay Area California guys living the dream, only not having anything to do with Silicon Valley.
He does it all running this travel blog that takes him all over the world. What a life!
Here’s Dave’s travel dream facilitator.
Wat Opot – Partners in Compassion
A small NGO in Cambodia selflessly dedicated to making lives fir AIDS affected children and families. Some 65 children and a dozen adults are currently in residence. Founded by former Vietnam War medic, Wayne Mathysse, the Wat Opot story is the basis for the profoundly moving book by Gail Gutradt, “In a Rocket Made of Ice”. Wat Opot is one of our Luminous Giving charities.