This past year, I had the pleasure of working as Project Editor on a special National Geographic Publication called “The World’s Most Beautiful Places: 100 Unforgettable Destinations”.
Here is the official blurb:
This stunning collection of words and images reveals how to find paradise in the world’s most wondrous places—and in its most ordinary if you know how to look. And no one knows subtle beauty and the joy of travel quite like National Geographic. Each destination here has been selected by our expert editors and is accompanied by crucial information on how to get there and what not to miss. Four chapters capture the best of every continent on the globe.
I’m very proud of this publication, which features a wide variety of places and types of beauty, both natural and human-made. I learned many things while working on this project, one of which is that beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder: as travelers, the places we find the most beautiful are usually the ones in which we’ve made the best memories and felt the most alive. I also learned that our world is full of an incredible number of stunning landscapes and skylines, waterways and icy expanses, and that there will never be a shortage of magnificent places to get out and explore!