In a multimedia presentation she chooses 32 pictures and talks in detail about her favourite ones.
She also gives advice to photographers hoping to make a career in travel photography. Rogers told CPN: "Ten years ago [GEO Saison] would have been content with showing beautiful, calm landscapes. Nowadays that's not enough - you want to meet the people [of a destination], you want something more personal, livelier, more action."
Rogers said that her final choices are all images that would be considered by GEO Saison. "Being a travel magazine, we want to show the beautiful world. [Our stories] are always on the positive side," she added.
David Smith, founder of Interface Images commented this image (above) was taken on a recent tour of Central America at the UNESCO site in Antigua, Guatemala. I agree with Karin's comments about this image and is the style of ethnic life and portraits we love to photograph across the world.