We've been to the Travel Photographer of the Year exhibition for the last three years and been impressed by the quality of breadth of imagery on display every time.
This year it's in a new home over in Greenwich and it's just as good as previous editions.
There is beautiful photography such as a lit cabin under the northern lights and a lone Kayaker floating through misty swamps.
This is coupled with compelling stories such as the sheer number of Chinese people cooling off in a swimming pool, to the point that the water is no longer visible.
We were particularly impressed with the runner up of the young travel photographer of the year, Jonathan Rystrom. He beautifully captures Tokyo and the smartphone obsessed natives as they can't be separated from their screens, even in pouring rain.
If you love great photography and compelling narratives then this is the perfect exhibition to catch.
Travel Photographer of the Year 2016 is on at University of Greenwich, 10 Stockwell Street. The exhibition is open seven days a week until 4 September. Entrance is free.