The first thing I asked myself when I started looking through Tiny Atlas Quarterly was, where's my passport? Then came the follow-up: Do I have enough vacation time to fully appreciate what the Amalfi Coast has to offer? Sadly, the answer is no. For now, I'll have to depend on the travel and lifestyle journal to transport me to the sun-kissed region whenever I'm in need of a mental escape. [Confession: I've already logged many hours on the site. I can't stop staring at the spectacular photos of cliffside villages, emerald green waters and white sandy beaches.] Contributing writer Meraviglia Paper calls the south of the Italian Peninsula heaven and I totally agree.
Amalfi, photographed by the talented Magdalena Wosinska, is just one of the many enchanting places that grace the pub's virtual pages. Past issues have featured photo essays from a collective of photographers, art directors, designers, stylists and other creatives who thrive on telling stories and sharing their personal photos snapped during professional projects and jobs. Check out these other features: Barcelona, Hong Kong, Cabrera, Santorini and Switzerland.