Welcome to Lodestars Anthology, an independent magazine-meets-journal for curious travellers who long to be inspired, see the world and meet interesting characters along the road. Focusing on one country per issue, it is a scrapbook of place, getting to the heart of a location and uncovering its quirks, charm and splendour . . . More
We had a lovely chat to florist extraordinaire Ruby Barber, the create soul behind Berlin-based Mary Lennox. This Australian-raised creativeRead more.
Words and photographs by Nina Hoogstraate. Hit by the wave of sweet-scented humidity as I came out of Kuala Lumpur’sRead more.
Earlier this week we paid a rather delightful visit to Daylesford Farm. Wandering through their Market Garden, learning the tricksRead more.
In honour of the arrival of issue 1 (our baby is finally here), we thought it just right to shareRead more.
Portobello Road, Camden, Brick Lane and Spitalfields are all mighty fine markets, capable of exciting the most mission focused vintageRead more.
English photographer Hannah Sheffield has a way of seeing the world – a knack for capturing the beauty in theRead more.
some ice-covered corners of the world know how to get under your skin. Expansive and wild, Antarctica is a placeRead more.
English Wish List
A few out of the way treasures and foodie finds we wouldn’t mind trying out … Kielder Observatory If you’reRead more.
If these images, captured by adventurous photographer Angela Terrell, don’t make you want to hire a car, don the khakisRead more.
When you’ve got a touch of wanderlust you also tend to have a penchant for photography. And while you mayRead more.
A city of trams, tiles and iron funiculars, Lisbon remains a glorious European gem. It is one of the world’sRead more.
London illustrator Rachel Gale captures nature, woodland wonders and food with heart. Her endearing drawings, ever-evolving passion projects, are feminine,Read more.
Photographer Angela Terrell (who is making a printed appearance in issue 1 of Lodestars Anthology, out this September) has spentRead more.
For decades visitors have made culinary pilgrimages to Mudgee in search of olives, wines and a little country spirit andRead more.
The lovely London-based Claire Coles designs and produces embroidered wall panels and couture wallpaper murals for interior designers, architects andRead more.
Berlin is a truly magical city, rich is history and brimming with culture and romance, it manages to be bothRead more.
Photographer Hannah Parvaz has taken to the charming streets of London countless times to capture the intricacies of big cityRead more.
Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go. Truman Capote I shall forever adore thisRead more.
Quilliam Brothers Teahouse
England, a nation that is pretty downright fanatical about their tea and known for it across the globe. And yet,Read more.
It’s not just Jerusalem’s beauty that floor’s you but the mystical connections it evokes. Both ethereal and enthralling, here politicsRead more.
At the turn of the 21st Century Bordeaux was in trouble. Dusty and lifeless, the once majestic stone city wasRead more.
By Loch Broom
We are completely and utterly in love with the evocative place poems of Raphael Kabo. There is space enough AndRead more.
Lets all take a few moments to ponder the brilliance of the Amalfi Coast. Limoncello anyone?Read more.
Against the molten rise and flight and winged weight of the church walls The apartments buckle back slapping FC BarcelonaRead more.
Just what we need to get us in the mood for Spring – a photo essay on the ever sunnyRead more.
A kaleidoscopic city of dreamy nostalgia, culinary wonders and effortless brilliance, Paris is both enchanting and inspiring. You can walk acrossRead more.
Here are twelve stunning photos sure to put you in a Norwegian state of mind. Yet take heed, here beRead more.
Only recently finding its exquisite way onto the tourist map, the ancient Croatian city of Split has played an integral role inRead more.
The alternative city of love, Marrakech has infused the lyrics of Crosby, designs of Yves Saint Laurent and tales of Orwell. Found in North Africa, the RedRead more.
Picturesque beyond belief and impossibly beguiling at dusk, Edinburgh is a city of élan, cobbles and architectural contrasts. Frequently swathedRead more.
We’re all about the online photoessays and Italy’s Cinque Terre (famed for its walks, seafood and vistas) really is theRead more.
Hugged by the Balkan Peninsula, Dubrovnik is a sun-kissed, salt covered collage of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture that whisksRead more.
The talented Marina Pliatsikas and Kevin McAuley have put together a wonderful video looking at the time they spent inRead more.
Sun drenched Sunday mornings surrounded by bunches of thriving foliage, bags of bulbs and flowers in every imaginable shade, proudlyRead more.
At the tip of South America you’ll find Patagonia. In the heart of Patagonia you’ll find Torres del Paine. InRead more.
Desperate to take advantage of the last few months of summer I made for the Dolomites, a stunning mountain rangeRead more.
Every now and then it’s rather grand to remind yourself why the Great Southern Land will always, kind of, beRead more.
The Elk in the Woods
I had a bit of a challenge last week. My parents were visiting from Australia and I was desperate toRead more.
Welcome to Lodestars Anthology
Welcome to Lodestars Anthology, a magazine for curious travellers who long to see, eat around, chat about and experience thisRead more.