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No, this isn’t a watercolour painting. It’s an honest-to-goodness photo of the Western Arthurs, in Tassie, and with this guide from Left Foot Right Foot, you could be there yourself.

Most Siberians head indoors for the winter. But for the region’s truckers, the cold weather presents a chance to drive on the newly frozen rivers. 

No, this isn’t a mirage. But China’s Crescent Lake is in danger of becoming one.

Cactus Country (with Corona)

Friday April 29, 2016

You don’t have to go to Mexico to camp among the cacti – you just have to make it to rural Victoria. The good folk at Corona recently went, and took these great shots.

Digging for Desert Truffles

Thursday April 28, 2016

In Iraq, finding truffles means contending with landmines and ISIS militants. 

There’s a cosy-looking hut halfway up New Zealand's highest peak. Naturally, the folk at Left Foot Right Foot went to check it out. Follow this guide if you’d like to do the same.

Alpine Portraits

Tuesday April 19, 2016

Every year, Arnaud Teicher travels around the French Alps to photograph the mountains as they change from season to season. After seeing his photos, we understand why.

This week, the intrepid photographers from Left Foot Right Foot take us to boulder-filled Girraween National Park, in South East Queensland. 

Hitting the road this long weekend? Every fortnight, the fleet-footed folk at Left Foot Right Foot will send us a handy walking guide to the best places to explore around the country. They kick things off today with a trip to Mt Feathertop.

Chasing Fires in Hi-Res

Friday March 11, 2016

Driving into the heart of wildfire is as terrifying as it is oddly beautiful. Photographer and general madman Jeff Frost captures the experience in this amazing short film.

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