Author:Hayo Magazine

The Undiscovered Town of Puerto Colombia

Located on the Caribbean Coast of Colombia, and once the country's main port city, Puerto Colombia is now a town where time goes by slowly, where artists have settled, and families have found affordable homes. Famous for the "Pier of Puerto Colombia", that served as...

Light Studies with Francesco Sambati, Photographer of the Week

Born in Italy, Francesco Sambati is a self-taught photographer currently living in Lecce, a city located in Puglia, a region in the deep south of Italy famous for its Baroque architecture and for the remains of its ancient civilization "messapica". About his career as a photographer, Francesco says: Before...

Photographer of the Week: Junichi Ota, Japan

Junichi Õta is an amateur photographer based in Japan. He's submission to the EyeEm x Hayo contest was successful and his photograph is now part of the "My South" photo essay of Hayo No. 1: South. Junichi's photographs are almost a capture of his memory, an instant...

The Beautiful Contrasting Culture of Medellin

Medellin is becoming one of the top cities to visit in South America. May it be because of its renaissance and implementation of many different cultural and social policies that have helped it take a leap into one of the region's most forward thinking cities....

Photographer of the Week: Dina Alfasi, Israel

This week we'd like to present you Dina Alfasi, an Israeli photographer, mother of an 11 year old boy - Guy - that usually appears in many of her photos. She's one of the winner of the photo contest we launched earlier this year with EyeEm and...

The Curious Story of The Sea Gypsies of Borneo

Borneo, best known for it’s pristine beaches and ancient, biodiversity-rich rainforests including orangutans and clouded leopards, is also home to a unique community of stateless citizens who are born, live and die at sea. Recently Mark Lehn, a Vancouver-born Western Australia-based photographer, visited the Sabah region of Borneo...