Guest Posting

In order to improve the blog I decided to try Guest Posting. The purpose of having other bloggers publishing posts in 1001 Scribbles is to make it better, fresher and to offer the viewers new and different approaches in Photography and Travel.

The core of the blog will remain the same, otherwise it wouldn’t reflect myself. However it’s always beneficial to show and discuss other perspectives on the issues that matter to us.

Therefore I’m looking for bloggers who would like to contribute with posts to 1001 Scribbles. Some of  topics I’d like to be discussed here are:

  • Photographic Equipment
  • Travels from: Asia, America, Africa or any other places I don’t already mention in the blog
  • Traditional or local Food
  • Hotels/Hostels/Camping Sites
  • Traditional Outfits

So, if you’re willing to write, show pics or make lists on any of these topics please feel free to contact me via email:

Alternative subjects may be considered and that’s why you should contact me (also via email) if you’ve got any other idea that you believe would improve the blog without completely modify 1001 Scribbles’ main purpose.

Guest Authors:

Kerry Leibowitz from Lightscapes Nature Photography  does an amazing job taking Landscape Photographs and on January 12th he is starting a series of Photography Tips and will publish a new post every other Thursday. The series – called Thursdays Tips – is destined for those who want to improve their skills.  His shots are extremely dynamic and the colours mesmerizing. Here you’ve his website so that you can explore his creations.

Shane Haumpton  is a beginner in writing, self-confessed coffee addict and shutterbug, and manages to do all these while enjoying life as a nomad. She is interested in writing on a variety of topics, ranging from photography, travel and arts. Currently doing writing about Museum Photography.

Shawn Michaels is a blogger who loves to write about his outdoor experiences. He is also a passionate rock climber and loves traveling. Currently, he is studying and spends his free time reading reviews and gear shopping! He regularly blogs at So, feel free to take  a look at his contribution to the blog.

Tomasz Dunn from Tomasz’s Wonderful Emporium of Thought enjoys traveling and photography. He’s been to so many beautiful places and have taken absolutely breath-taking photos as you can see on his Flickr account. From the 15th January on he’s willing to share with all of us some of his travel experiences and memoirs as well as some of his superb photographs. If you’d like to know more about him, here you have his Homepage.

Russell Chapman from Russell Chapman has taken interest in photography since he was 10. This amazingly talented photographer is willing to share with us at 1001 Scribbles his experience in a war zone. Focusing on the Syrians and how they’re surviving to this very hostile situation, his photographs show the world that this war has faces – the faces of a nation who just wants to live without facing constant risk and tragedy.

Ronnie Custer is intended on writing academic cases for the past several years that are assisted for him to gain knowledge in writing grading assignments for all sorts of students. He has worked in different custom essays online services and has shared with us, here at 1001 Scribbles, how Music can Benefit Healing and reduce Pain, [Part2].

DarkJade from The Written Word, The Dark Globe and Dark Xperience is a very talented writer and I’m glad he’s collaborating with 1001 Scribbles. As I really enjoy his film reviews we agreed it would be a pretty good way not only for him to share his thoughts about meaningful films but also to improve this blog. He began guest posting on January 3rd and present us a new film every other Tuesday. His Series is called Films of Meaning.

Morgan is the Top Knotch Gear’s marketing manager and photographer. She had the opportunity to spend some time teaching English abroad and is now willing to share her experiences as well as some great pictures. She’s spent quite some time in southeast Asia – in places like China, Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand – and her series, called Adventures Abroad,  will be the right place for you to get to know those beautiful destinations.

Mel Mann from Mel Mann Photography describes himself as an “emerging photographer whose attention is primarily on creating images in the outdoor world”.  His work is outstanding and speaks for itself as you can see by visiting his website. As he was kind enough to be willing to share some tips about photographic equipment, we’ll have guest articles that will be very useful to anyone who is thinking about Buying a Digital Camera –  Part 1, Part 2

Sanket from Through My Lens and has photography as a hobby. He is extremely talented and is willing to share some of his amazing shots with us all here at 1001 Scribbles.  He’s from Mumbai, India and will show us the mesmerizing vibe this country offers through his dynamic and impressive photographs. If you’d like to know more about him here you’ve got his Facebook as well as his Twitter.

Carrie from The Mad Reviewer is a very good writer and she’s responsible for several excellent book reviews which you can explore by visiting her blog. She lives in Canada and is willing to share some absolutely stunning landscape photographs from there with us all. So, feel free to take  a look at her contribution to the blog.

Anju from This Labyrinth I Roam! is a blogger and a traveller from India. She’s already volunteered in Tanzania for 8 months and has already visited Malaysia and Singapore as well. She enjoys writing about all her amazing experiences while travelling and from now on she’ll share some of those will us all here at the blog. Take a look at her articles, you’ll enjoy!

Sara is an active nanny as well as an active freelance writer. She is a frequent contributor of and you can learn more about her here. She’ll be sharing her expertize on children here at 1001 Scribbles by sharing an article which will definitely help those Traveling with Children.

Francisco Brannan is a strong music enthusiast and lover of various music genres, who currently works for, an online essay writing services review site to display best companies from the industry. Music is the only thing that helps him get relaxed. Find his contribution here.

28 thoughts on “Guest Posting”

  1. I really loved reading your blog. It was very well authored and easy to understand. I also found your entries very interesting.

  2. Hi, Thanks for stopping by my blog. I like the idea of guest blogging and have thought about doing that with my blog. If you have some spare time, will you share how you do this? Thanks, and you can be the first to share something you enjoy! As for sharing, I’m not sure, but I’ll keep in mind for the future, you have a great blog.

  3. Cool idea, guest bloggers. I keep losing your blog and finding it again, maybe because you keep finding mine, as I have changed it several times. Now, it has matured and will remain under the current name.. Photographic equipment, Canon specifically, I could do. I just have to fit it in with every thing else going on. I’ve been thinking about doing it anyway.

  4. thejellyfarm said:

    i;ve got loads on iceland from my recent trip as you saw on my blog, ice cold land. i could contribute every once in a blue moon 🙂

    • Hello, That would be a pretty cool idea =) Please email me ( telling me about what you want to post, number of posts you would be interested in posting (a couple of posts or a series) and any other details you might feel are important =) Thanks a lot

  5. Hi Ana! I have done several posts about Turkey if you would like to use them for the travel blogs:) Just click the tag for Turkey or Istanbul and feel free to re-post! Big kisses, Quinn

  6. Ana – Feel free to peruse my blog and re-post to yours any of my travel notes or food recipes that fit your needs. You may like Un Bonde Chamado Desejo, but that might be too close to home (Lisboa) and one angle that you’ve already written about.

  7. Hi, Ana. Guest posting is a great idea. I just read the one on photography tips by Kerry. I wouldn’t know his post if I have not read yours. If you are interested in any posts that I posted in all my blogs, like my travel to Cambodia, and my foodblog, please let me know.

  8. Hello Anna! Eventhough, I recently started reading your blog I enjoy it very much. I can see a similar approach to our blogging style such as appreciating world culture and discovering far lands and loving design. I live in Istanbul, Turkey. One day, I would like to send you a post something about Istanbul. Guest blogging is a great idea for networking as well. I would love to see your writing on my blog too if you like. Something realated about design in Porteguese would be great! Thanks and have a wonderful day!

  9. I am new to your 1001 scribbles but am really enjoying very much. The idea of Guest Blogging is very nice – provides fresh as well as varied posts. Will be emailing you shortly. All the best!

  10. What a wonderful idea! If you’re ever looking for descriptive short prose on experiences or places in India (from mostly states in the south, but also the north east and middle of the country), whether about villages, cities, hills, seaside, etc, my travel writings can provide! Most of my writings can be found at: Additionally, if you would like photographs to supplement the writings, I can provide those as well.
    Do let me know!

  11. If you like I can arrange some posts about trip to Australia, some other travels in Europe, and also from the time I’ve lived in South Africa, Egypt and Netherlands.

  12. hey ana,

    Would you like to have some pics from “kala ghoda festival 2012”, which is conducted annually in Mumbai, India ??

  13. wow!
    Should you are interested with italian dishes I can also contribute with them!
    You already know my food blog (Ma che bontà!) so… let me know!

  14. Ana, I have a quick question as you seem to have seen quite a bit of Europe, If you had, a medium sized budget but wanted to do things as cheaply as possible while still experiencing another culture (with friendly people) where would you go in Europe?

    • Portugal!!! 😀

      Well, it all depends on what you want from your trip: big city only, multiple city, quieter place, city and surroundings…
      About the friendly people… Portuguese people are friendly 😛 (but so are Slovenian, German, Austrian, Dutch, …) Even Italian people in their “unique” way. (of course, this is my personal opinion)
      If you want to do it cheaply Portugal, Spain, Slovenia or even Austria would be a good idea as experience other cultures would be a reality. Hope I was helpful. Anything else just ask away 😉

  15. Hey there! I’m a big fan of southeast Asia – been a few times teaching English, photographing and exploring. Let me know if you think it’d be a good fit for your blog! Morgan –

    Ps. LOVE your idea of guest blogging… we’ll have to do something like this on our blog, too. 🙂

  16. Funny…I was looking at your blog and saw the comments here. I am from Minnesota too! I would be happy to put any of my travel posts on your blog if you think that would be a good fit. I have already over 340 post! So let me know if there are any you like and I’d be happy to post one on your site.

  17. love this idea! how about someone from Minnesota? Doesn’t compare to the places you have been… but maybe it could work. 🙂

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