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Travel Inspiration: Sri Lanka. Felix ODELL c/o CAMERALINK triggers wanderlust with photos for CONDE NAST TRAVELLER

CONDE NAST TRAVELLER presents the travel reportage shot in Sri Lanka by Felix ODELL: "Just a few short years after the end of its brutal civil war, Sri Lanka—with its rambling temple ruins, leafy tea plantations, and wide golden beaches—is bursting with optimism,” writes author Andrew Solomon in the December issue of Traveler. Follow photographer Felix Odell to see what fresh liberty looks like..." Several impressions here on GoSee and we really get jealous when we see all the photos on YouTube.
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The colder the season the hotter the... Kim Riekenberg in November issue of MADAME FIGARO, photographed by Jimmy BACKIUS c/o CAMERALINK

Jimmy BACKIUS knows exactly how to make women's mouths water for fashion. With enchanting Kim Riekenberg in front of his camera, he photographed for MADAME FIGARO's hip jacket and coat collections.
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'Wanås is a place where art, nature and history meet.' On a road trip in South Sweden with VOGUE LIVING and photographer Magnus MÅRDING c/o CAMERALINK

In the south of Sweden lives family Wachtmeister in its white mansion. The home story was photographed by Magnus MÅRDING for the November issue of VOGUE LIVING: "Wanås is a place where art, nature and history meet. Here we have been producing, presenting and sharing international contemporary art with a focus on site-specific sculptures and installations since 1987. Every year, Nordic and international artists are invited to create art in the park, and currently there are more than 50 permanent works in our collection produced by artists specifically for Wanås. This site-specific collection includes works by Yoko Ono, Jenny Holzer, Srinivasa Prasad, Ann Hamilton, Ann-Sofi Sidén, Jacob Dahlgren, Henrik Håkansson, Charlotte Gyllenhammar, Per Kirkeby, Marianne Lindberg De Geer, Dan Graham, and Jan Hafstrom."
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