London Calling

London boasts a magnetic appeal, even for cash-strapped students. Colours discovers the more youthful, hip and affordable side of the British capital.

Sarongs of Samarinda

Samarinda, the most populous city on the island of Borneo, has a long, rich history and eclectic culture, which makes the East Kalimantan capital a distinct destination in its own right.

Family Travel in Asia: Singapore

With summer and school holidays just around the corner, make the most of your time off and spend it with family. In this special feature, Colours travels to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo to help you discover the best places for family adventures.


Callanish Shadows, Isle of Lewis, by Wojciech Kruczynski - Colours Indonesia

Landscape Photographer of the Year

Landscape Photographer of the Year
  • Binnein Beag through Steall, Scottish Highlands, by Scott Robertson - Colours Indonesia
    Binnein Beag through Steall, Scottish Highlands, by Scott Robertson (Judge’s Choice – Charlie Waite)
    The feeling here is not of threat but of a benign, docile, almost ‘living being’. The superb juxtaposition of triangles and diagonals all interlocking with one another brings great aesthetic pleasure. The small splash of light illuminating the gorge below is critical as the role of the foreground is as to support and to cradle the mountain beyond. Had this foreground been black and featureless, the image would not have worked so well.


Charlie Waite

Highly acclaimed landscape photographic artist Charlie Waite has contributed considerably to bringing landscape photography to a wider and more appreciative audience. For the last 25 years, Waite has lectured extensively throughout the UK and Europe, held numerous exhibitions around the world, which include a one-man show on Broadway in New York in April 2001, and published more than 30 books on the topic, including the best-selling The Making of Landscape Photographs.