Photos from my travels

Molly Taylor takes us on a photographic tour around the world, as she showcases her beautiful photography.

Molly Taylor
14th December 2020
Pre-pandemic, I was a very keen traveller, and loved capturing different cultures and people around the world on camera. Whilst this is not possible at the moment, I have had a lot of fun looking through some of my old photographs from previous adventures! Here is a collection of a couple of my favourite ones that I have taken on 35mm film using my Canon AE-1 Program camera.
Credit: Molly Taylor.

A family gets their garments tailored at a shop in Doha, Qatar. With a population of nearly 1 million, the capital city is situated next to the Persian Gulf and can reach temperatures of over 40°C in the summer months.

Credit: Molly Taylor

Views from the Star Ferry on Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong. Established in 1888, the ferry shuttles passengers between Hong Kong Island and the mainland for as little as 30p.

Credit: Molly Taylor

A woman in La Paz, Bolivia, wearing a 'Bombín' bowler hat. First created in England in the 19th century, these hats were originally sent to Bolivia to sell to the British railway workers who were stationed there. They quickly realised that the hats were too small for the workers, and they were instead sold to women in the community. Subsequently, these hats have become a symbol of Bolivian national pride, and are worn throughout the country.

Credit Molly Taylor

A young girl cycles in the streets of Naha, Okinawa. Positioned in the East China Sea, this Japanese prefecture has a population of nearly 1.5 million, and is very popular amongst snorkelers and divers due to its beautiful beaches and coral reefs.

Credit: Molly Taylor

Horse maintenance on the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu in Peru. Taking four days, this trek reaches an altitude of 4,600 meters, and ends at the town 'Aguas Calientes' at the base of Machu Picchu.

Feature Image Credit: Pixabay.com

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