It was so lovely to discover that I was featured in the December issue of Get Lost Magazine, a Melbourne Australia-based independent adventure travel magazine. My Vanishing Cuba photography is highlighted in the EXPOSURE section, where they select just two photographers a month.
Founded in 2004 by Publisher Justin Jamieson, the magazine seeks out unique travel experiences around the globe for travelers wishing to explore and take unforgettable holidays that are not found in brochures. It covers places to stay, bars, food, festivals, travel gadgets, eco-travel ideas, and a range of activities from all continents so that people can experience local cultures away from hoards of other travelers.
Thank you again to Get Lost for sharing my work with travelers around the globe.
Click here to read the post in Get Lost Magazine.
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