Travel inspiration is often very visual; for those of us who are “of a certain age,” vacation slide shows hold some appeal even today.
Okay, here’s what a slide is and how it’s made. Geesh.
That same tendency has moved online. The latest incarnation of what I call “social photography” is the digital display board website called Pinterest.
There are collaborative boards featuring UNESCO World Heritage sites.
There are boards featuring local events like Savannah, Georgia’s St Patrick’s Day bash (click through the screenshot photo above to see the full board.)
There are boards featuring Guatemala.
There are even boards featuring content from here on Perceptive Travel. Rather meta, I know.
Do you have an interesting Pinterest Board related to your own travels? Tell us about it in the comments!
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