Some tremendous images from Guardian readers
Amid the historic quarter’s busy streets, a thousand workshops maintain centuries-old craftmaking traditions. These workers’ ancient skills are celebrated in a new exhibition at London’s Royal Geographical Society
Genie Austin heads west from her native Barbados to the SVG archipelago, where the sand may not be golden, but the pristine beaches, quiet cays and colourful buildings are the Caribbean at its tranquil best
Luis Cárdenas captures Morocco’s enchanting blend of ancient Arabic and Berber cultures, which live on in its distinctive architecture, cooking and craftwork
Vivid colours and intimate portraits stand out in this selection of travel images from The Guardian.
Exhibition features 40 established and emerging photographers from the continent and diaspora at the Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden in Marrakech until 24 August
Chris Schalkx captures Vietnam’s vivid palette in the streets of Hanoi and Hoi An, its caves and rivers, and a Ho Chi Minh City tower block devoted to cafes
German photographer Tobias Friedrich has been named this year’s winner for his ‘perfectly lit and composed’ panorama of a wreck off the coast of Egypt, while British winner Grant Thomas captured a couple of affectionate swans
David Granick’s shots from the 1960s and 70s capture a fading world.
Graphic designer Trevor Finnegan spent seven years documenting traditional shopfronts throughout Ireland.