Bathurst 12-Hour GT: The best of racing

For pure entertainment and hard racing, the Bathurst 12 hour GT race On February 3 really was one of the bes — if not the best — I have ever seen. It really was a ripper....

Oman: Far from the madding crowd

The Leica Q goes to Oman

Myanmar: A sad picture at Ngwe Saung Beach

Sadness is reflected in this picture taken on a beach in Myanmar…..

Travels with the Ricoh GR: Myanmar Part I, Yangon

Almost three years ago our steps led us to the golden land known as Myanmar. That was before the election when the LND won a landslide victory. What was striking at the time was the people's hope for a more democratic regime…..

Leica Q: Joyful, impromptu shot from Oman

Sometimes the best shots come at the most unexpected moments — and often when you are unprepared.

Brighton Breezy with a fest of VW camper vans

Dave just happened to be in the right place with his Nikon Df when he stumbled across the impressive and very oddball Brighton Breeze campervan fest on the resort’s Marine Drive…

Ricoh GR: My old weathered travel camera went to Bhutan

The Ricoh GR, with it’s large APS-C sensor in a tiny body, makes an ideal travel camera, as we all know. Jean took his well-travelled example to Bhutan and it rose to the occasion…..

Jim Clark: A quest to find the original memorial at Hockenheimring

Fifty years ago, a British Formula One driver who many consider having been one of the world’s finest racers died in a tragic accident on the old Hockenheimring circuit in Germany. We went to Hockenheim on a quest to find the original crash site buried in the forest.

Zagreb: Not high on the tourist list, but well worth a visit

Zagreb is not your typical tourist magnet. Indeed, compared with the more familiar cities of the old, Western Europe, it is something of an unknown for most people. Yet Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is well worth a visit,

Scotland’s rivers bask in record temperatures

If you enjoyed Paul Glendell's article on the Xpan Leica yesterday you should take a look at this article on the BBC news site...