Photographer and writer Andy Summons took a dream trip through Africa's oldest desert with four good mates and a bag full of cameras. Along the way he worked out how to protect himself from lions, summited Africa's tallest sand dune, and survived a scenic flight in an antique plane with a baby-faced pilot.
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Mandy Sham sees otherworldly beauty in Iceland’s contrasts. Bright flowers against volcanic rock, rushing waterfalls and peaceful moss covered hills.
What do holiday destinations say about us? Txema Salvans’ series Perfect Day poses this question as Spain’s resort towns erode the natural landscape.
Italian landscape photographer Irene Tondelli visits Iceland to discover how the imposing essence of nature can impact people’s understanding of their existence.
Photographer Todd Clare captures the crumbling glaciers of Patagonia, and ponders why we shoot landscapes in the first place.
The South African photographer’s sublime portfolio shows our innate polarity, how we seek connection with nature and also reject it.
We chat with the South African artist about the evolution of his work and the inherent connection between human form and nature.
Filmmaker Arthur Neumeier and big wave surfer Frank Solomon celebrate the underground activists who keep the streets and the oceans clean.
Inspired by liminal space between scientific research and esoteric practice, multi-disciplinary artist Rachel Garrard forages in nature to make land-art on the shore.
If a long haul flight produces more CO2 than the average person does in a year, can travel be sustainable? Travel writer Nina Karnikowski believes it can be.
Lake Urmia was once the second largest salt lake in the world, but its surface area has now shrunk by 80 percent.
Slim Aarons documented celebrity culture like no one else. Discover how he helped define the way modern photographers capture people in their environment.
A phytopathogenic bacteria is spreading from tree to tree, but determined locals are building towers of bricks to stop their branches from breaking.
We chat to Marissa Marino about working with sustainable fashion brands that advocate for a change to the way we consume.
By venturing to the northernmost point of South America, travellers can help the indigenous tribe forgotten by the rest of the world.
Travelling across the Niger Delta, Robin Hinsch captures the human and environmental cost of the global demand for fossil fuels.
See three very different and unquestionably creative approaches to the brief.