Top 10 Compact Cameras for Travelers

This is an excellent list, especially if you are looking to buy one. FujiFilm has been my choice of camera off late. The X-E2 especially stands out. 

"I love the X-E1 [precursor to the X-E2]. I love how portable it is, and the lens quality is outstanding. But the picture is the big thing—the images are really strong. I'm amazed at how little I have to correct them on the computer. Usually I shoot in RAW, but these Fujifilm cameras produce amazing JPEGs straight out of the camera." —Jonathan Irish, program director for National Geographic Adventures and contributing photographer for National Geographic Traveler

The Top 50 Cities To See In Your Lifetime

I don't completely agree to all 50 cities listed here.

Varanasi, one of India's holiest cities, is a true experience for the senses. Seeing the sunrise as the ghats on banks the Ganges fill up with holy men, pilgrims, and locals is a sight you'll never forget. (Photo by Jordi Batet)

Varanasi is definitely one of them and on the very top.  Being born and bread in India, I have always missed the opportunity to visit Varanasi.

I have been to 6 cities thus far... 44 more to go. 

On location in Iceland with the iPhone 6 & 6+

I really enjoy the challenge and spontaneity of capturing powerful images without directing them. I love to explore, see a moment coming, line up the shot and capture it as it passes. The great thing about carrying the iPhone as my primary shooting device is it’s simple yet so powerful: it’s ready to capture virtually any scenario I encounter. It enables images like this in a way no other camera ever could, no matter the cost.
— Austin Mann

Austin Mann is an amazing travel photographer and looking at these pictures from Iceland, makes me want to go to Iceland (obviously) and get the iPhone 6 (obviously).

Image Source: Austin Mann

Image Source: Austin Mann

Head here to see some amazing pictures and videos from Iceland by Austin Mann from his expedition.