New Expedia Viewfinder Image Library: Uses for Your Blog

Acropolis, Athens
Image courtesy of Tourism Media

As travel bloggers, you share photos from your latest trip in a way that allows you to connect with your readers.  Images are often a large part of the story-telling process because they help share your experiences with your readers as if they were right there with you. However, sometimes, it’s nice to simply enjoy the moment without having to worry about capturing the perfect photograph to publish later. Or, sometimes, you may not have the best equipment, opportunity, or time for photographing your travels, yet you want to give your location justice.

Announced at the Expedia TBEX party in Athens, the new Expedia® Viewfinder Image Library could provide you with the images you need to go along with the content you’d like to share with your readers. Launched as the next evolution of its Expedia Viewfinder blog, the Viewfinder Image Library is easy to navigate and provides the travel community with access to free high-quality travel visuals. The images are sorted by destinations starting with the world, then narrowing to country, specific cities, and then landmarks within those cities.  You can also search by the type of experiences, for example, history, nature, and food.

There are more than 40,000 high-resolution travel images offering, each one tagged digitally with a caption along with links to additional information about its location. It’s a great way to search for travel images for your next blog post or travel project, or to get inspiration for your next travel adventure!

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3 Responses
  1. I use my own photos 99% of the time but oh, that 1% when I don’t have the right photo is torturous. I’ve got to bookmark this. PS: I didn’t even know Expedia had a blog, so thanks TBEX for this post, now I can check that out, too. I’m just sorry I missed Athens.

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