Lonely Planet Local Chris Griffiths has been photographing Morocco for more than five years and has now settled in Marrakesh, drawn in by the historic architecture mixed with an ever-changing creative scene. Navigating through the maze of the Medina, he's usually on the hunt for cheap eats, refuge from the hustle and bustle and, as a travel photographer, the perfect photo-op.
Big Maze, Bjarke Ingels Group // in National Building Museum, WAshington DC
‘84 Honda XL250 – C2R Custom
The financial centre of Brazil, Sao Paulo, is one of the world's great cities, but on the surface it can appear to be just like any other sprawling metropolis. With an enormous population the biggest city in South America can be a tough and intimidating place to the uninitiated. But amongst the mix of high-rise buildings and historic architecture is a maze to be explored, filled with incredible bars, gourmet restaurants, art-house theatres and a 24/7 night life. To properly explore t...
Mardin, Turkey ----- Mardin has often been considered an open air museum due to its historical architecture. Most buildings use the beige colored limestone rock which has been mined for centuries in quarries around the area.