We sprinkle it on our chips and throw it over our shoulders without much thought for where it came from. But harvesting the salt from India’s deserts is serious work.
Built by artists during World War II, Switzerland’s camouflaged bunkers were designed to fade into the landscape. These photos give them a spotlight.
When ships go to die in Sydney, they become havens for life as floating forests.
Want to live off the grid, but without the solitude? This village in the Spanish mountains could be your bohemian mecca.
Greece’s economy might be in trouble, but its fishermen have been facing extinction for years. These photos capture the ‘Wolves of the Sea’ before they disappear for good.
Photographer Paul Johnson travels to the drowning world of Devil's Lake, North Dakota: a natural disaster consuming a town in slow motion.
These photos capture the former grandeur of Kashmir's floating hotels.
Feeling old? Spare a thought for these life forms, who’ve been kicking it for thousands of years.
This abandoned fishing village has been overtaken by tree and animal life. And it could be a sign of things to come.
They may look tough on the outside, but these photos prove metal-heads love cats as much as we do. (Either that, or cats are way more metal than we suspected.)
» MAIN MENU «
» BLOGS «
» SOCIAL «
» EXTRA «
Sign up to our fortnightly e-newsletter.
A snapshot of great stories,
adventures & the odd giveaway.