If you clicked on this honestly thinking you'd be told how to leave a mark when you visit these beautiful places, you're exactly who needs to be reading this.
It was not more than four months ago that I applied with Photographers Without Borders, an NGO set up to support grassroots initiatives by linking them with photographers for assignments in remote lo.
Our escapade to far off lands started like so many do: in a foreign customs office being told that we needed to exit the country immediately.
Going exploring on your own in a foreign land is by far one of the most rewarding experiences you can do as a traveller.
In 2015 I graduated from college with a fancy engineering degree, promptly said “to hell with it” and joined AmeriCorps.
I grew up on an isolated property north of County Road 45, which was Digby Township in my young life and has now amalgamated into the City of Kawartha Lakes.
For years, I've been hiking in and around the Mid-Atlantic, mixed with multiple adventures to the American West, New England's beautiful states, the humid South, and everywhere in between.
There are many things I enjoy when it comes to living in the city, but sometimes it can feel impossible to get away from all the hustle and bustle, or to make any time for enjoying the outdoors.
I will bluntly admit that I am among the group of Instagrammers who post only the most alluring parts of my dirtbag travels.
Ever since losing my friend, I have been struggling to understand my grief.
I get asked “Would you even go outside if you didn’t have your camera?” by most people who know me well or follow my adventures.
This is not the article I thought I would be writing today.
Many eager ears harken to the call of the great outdoors, compelling nature-lovers and thrill-seekers alike to bask in nature’s abundant beauty while taking on a few exciting challenges.
As our trip through Central America had been up and running for quite a few days now, we decided to depart Jacó, Costa Rica and head for Panama.
Beginning from our hometown Warrnambool, we ventured up the coast along the Flerieu Peninsula to Adelaide with the dog, the boyfriend, the surfboards on the roof and the old wagon for camping out in.
I’ve never really been a journaling kind of guy. I usually prefer my laptop keyboard to a pen and paper, pretty much wherever I am—with one exception. When I’m on the road, I’m analogue all the way.
My favorite places to spend time are in our national parks. I grew up going to them each summer with my family and winters were spent in Yosemite, learning to ski at Badger Pass when I was young.
Our national parks have been hailed "America's Best Idea" and for good reason.
A lot of my time spent in the wilderness is idle, waiting in a location for several days until the right light happens so I can take a photo.
Name: Erik Holmes | Age: 25 | Location: Honolulu, HI. What’s your day job? I'm working on my PhD in mathematics...
I’ve continuously struggled with anxiety and the relentless pressure to please everyone all the time.
This isn't a story to convince you to quit your job and spend all your days on the trail. Backpacking isn't for everyone, let alone spending weeks on the trail.
Apple Oatmeal Cones I haven't had much luck packing in snow cones during the summer months, so here's a killer alternative for all you camp hack lovers out there.