tiny atlas quarterly | a giveaway.
by rachelle dunn comment


tiny atlas quarterly: a giveaway | sfgirlbybay

the newest edition of tiny atlas quarterly is currently fueling my wanderlust with dreamy stories on destinations including maui, barcelona, hong kong, jaipur, and panama city, where you’ll find the newest installation of the ace hotel – the american trade hotel and hall.

tiny atlas quarterly: a giveaway | sfgirlbybay

to kick off the newest stories, tiny atlas is giving away a copy of their newly available printed annual to three of our lucky readers. “We’ve compiled the loveliest stories from our first year of Tiny Atlas as a beautiful printed piece… filled with intriguing content from around the world.” gorgeous photography, travel stories and exotic foods from around the globe — what more could you want? perfect summer reading!

tiny atlas quarterly: a giveaway | sfgirlbybay

tiny atlas quarterly: a giveaway | sfgirlbybay

to enter to win one of three copies of this printed annual from tiny atlas quarterly, simply:

• visit tiny atlas quarterly online and comment below to let us know your favorite destination from their latest AIR 2014 edition, and like tiny atlas on Facebook.

• please comment by friday, july 11th, 12pm PST.

• as always, be sure to leave a way to reach you via twitter, facebook, email or your website.

• this giveaway is currently open to the US only.

• we’ll announce the three winners on my twitter account the week of july 21, so be sure and follow along.

tiny atlas quarterly: a giveaway | sfgirlbybay

tiny atlas quarterly: a giveaway | sfgirlbybay

tiny atlas quarterly: a giveaway | sfgirlbybay

tiny atlas quarterly: a giveaway | sfgirlbybay

• all photos courtesy of tiny atlas.

84 responses to “tiny atlas quarterly | a giveaway.”

  1. I’m going to Barcelona in September for the first time, so I reallllllly enjoyed the Barcelona spread. So gorgeous! Liked on facebook (as polly may).

  2. It is a close tie between Jenner, CA and Catalunya, Barcelona! I love that thy included the fact that dancing is a huge part of the culture there in Barcelona. I am a playful collector of abalone shells so the Jenner article was fascinating to me as well.

  3. I loved the pictures from Las Flores, El Salvador. I could see myself exploring and talking to people. The pictures of the local people was what really drew me in, even more than the beautiful scenery. I would love to see what life is like there and what stories people have to tell.

    Thanks for introducing me to Tiny Atlas. Love it!

  4. I’m so happy I came across this site! The pictures as well as the locations are amazing and totally inspiring to an newbie photographer!
    I’d have to say that I loved Maui (as well as a NZ location in a previous issue)…(both) of these places seem to have such a natural beauty that was incorporated in the models, lighting, props, everything! I love the simple and organic pictures which I loved in the 2014 Maui location…plus who doesn’t love camper-vans, watermelon, and Maui?!

  5. AWESOME! To see the wonder of God’s work makes a trip to Barcelona a dream. To see the sights, smell the aromas and meet the friendly faces of the people would complete a lifelong dream.

  6. A stunning magazine that is is right up my travel loving alley!! El Salvador has gone straight to the top of my list, with Morocco a close second.

  7. I’m having a serious love affair with Canada lately. Taking the train through the Rockies, hanging with furry sled dogs, then going for an evening swim in that pool?! Pure bliss.

  8. Jackson, Wyoming! I don’t like to fly, and I would LOVE to photograph those mountains! I could see myself spending several days hiking! Twitter @ xlittlexredx

  9. Wow, this post really sparked my wanderlust. I’m in love with surfing so I’d definitely have to say El Salvador.

  10. Wow, the photography is absolutely stunning—love the large scale imagery.

    While I love the sweet pups featured in the Canadian Rockies, I’ve been dying for a beachy vacation. The American Trade Hotel in Panama looks breathtaking! I’m torn between either Panama or Las Flores, El Savador.

    So happy to have this as a new travel guide/source. Wonderful feature Victoria, thanks!! :)

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