The outskirts of Las Vegas, a pool in paradise, a mosque, some miniature panda bears, and a pathway of rooftops to the sea in Lisbon. Quite the variety of subjects in our new Pathfinders Instagram round-up!
Each month we’ll be sharing the best captures from our Pathfinders community. Here are our selections for June.
Zion National Park, Utah, USA
A photo posted by Katie Lutz (@fromshorestoskylines) on Jun 13, 2015 at 1:54pm PDT
‘The view from Canyon Overlook trail at Zion National Park to the tiny cars in the canyon below is spectacular. A fairly short and easy hike with a view like this makes it a must see in the park, especially if you’re limited on time.’ – Katie Lutz, From Shores to Skylines
Why we like it: The play between the shadows and the sunlight; the asymmetry of the ‘crack’ down the middle, following the path; the overall block of burnt amber colour which really catches the eye.
A photo posted by Travel With Bender ✈ (@travelwithbender) on Jun 9, 2015 at 4:16am PDT
‘A tropical valley view on the outskirts of Ubud, Bali, with a gorgeous sunset to top it off.’ – Erin Bender, Travel with Bender
Why we like it: A crisp capture, and an idyllic setting that draws you in and transplants you right to that very pool’s edge. Take us there. Now.
A photo posted by RaW (@rambleandwander) on Jun 21, 2015 at 9:25pm PDT
‘While it was not my first visit to Malaysia‘s Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque, it was the first time that the water fountain in the courtyard was not on, leaving the small pool with very still water and a great reflection of the entrance to the mosque, further enhancing its beauty.’ – Ramble and Wander
Why we like it: The perfect reflection of the entryway in the water, the contrast of the strip of green in the middle against the more neutral shades of grey, and the general sense of serenity.
Seoul, South Korea
A photo posted by A Travelogue by Brock and Tanj (@a_travelogue) on Jun 25, 2015 at 4:28pm PDT
‘Spotted in Italy, Switzerland, Malaysia, France; now the traveling pandas are in South Korea to raise awareness of the decreasing number of pandas in the world.’ – Brock and Tanj, A Travelogue
Why we like it: The way your eye starts on the left side and slants down with the line of pandas. The focus on the singular panda sitting up and looking at us from the bottom left corner. And more than anything: it just makes us smile.
A photo posted by Yasmine Awwad (@peekingduckco) on Jun 29, 2015 at 1:41am PDT
‘I’m spending a month in Lisbon, and this was taken during one of our daily neighbourhood walks. Lisbon’s colourful buildings were built on seven hills, so it’s a city of stunning views, like this one.’ – Yasmine,