Danger Approaches

Photograph by Jason Heritage After leaving Badlands National Park on July 23, 2012, we headed west to explore Mount Rushmore National Monument and Wind Cave National Park. Little did we know we were headi...

Sagarmatha

Photograph by Alex Sharp I had flown into Tibet from Nepal, as I had been told that the view of Mt Everest in Tibet was far superior to the Nepalese view. I organised the travel visa, which is a must n...

Ballooning Cappadocia

Photograph by Sonal Kamalias This picture was taken while on a hot air balloon ride in Cappadocia. Cappadocia has a spectacular landscape making it a great place for hot air ballooning. The balloon takes of ...

At the End of the Day’s Journey

Photograph by Megan Kwasniak This shot was taken after a day of journeying by camel into the desert of Rajasthan. The man pictured was one of the leaders. The Thar Desert is a vast, arid region in India's...

The Frozen Waterfall

Photograph by Greg Annandale        The mouth of Goðafoss in Iceland, frozen over during the visit in March this year. It’s a bit of a trek from the more-often-visited south of the island, but once you...

Backcountry Light

Photograph by Nick Zantop Ashley and I headed to Ocala National Forest in North Florida for some primitive camping. In a state overrun by population and development, finding a place where you can enjoy dark ...

Into the Clouds

Photograph by Albert Gould I recently moved to the Denver area and have making trips to Glenwood Springs on the weekend for a few months now. The drive along I-70 is simply amazing. Perhaps it seems even mor...

Hiking out of the Chado Basin

Photograph by Adrian Bottomley Hiking out of the stunning Chado basin on the Yading 'Big Kora' trek in Sichuan. Even through it was September we had been caught in a snowstorm the previous day and had to o...

Wilderness Spectacle

Photograph by Karl Johnston An aboriginal elder took us out to see an overhanging rocky cliff which overlooked the slave river. We went back to photograph it at night and I got some aurora and moonlight ...

Mono Lake

Photograph by Daniel Ochoa    On a perfectly still early April day I was driving from Lake Tahoe to Mammoth Lakes, California via US 395, which I regard as the most scenic road in California, with my snowbo...