Exploring the ocean floor with an urchin hunter. Words by Emily Reed.
Exploration of these mountains isn’t new, but it wasn’t until five years ago that the first traverse of the entire range was completed, by Chase Norton, then a PhD student at the University of Hawai’i.
Simone Anne soloed all 220 miles of the trail in a month, capturing her favorite moments along the way and posting them to her feed.
We asked photographer Jeff Clark, who travels around in his customized Sprinter, to document a few of the best rigs and personalities he came across while spending the summer on the California highways.
Michal Huniewicz is a UK software developer with a knack for photography and a penchant for visiting places most tourists wouldn’t touch. The Saharan country of Mauritania certainly qualifies as one such place.
Photographer Josh Hydeman has made it his mission to illuminate America's caves and spark interest in what lies beneath.
Bushwhacking, pack rafts, and a historic float down one of the world's most beautiful wildernesses.
The Trekker cameras used to be confined to city streets. Now, the systems are venturing farther into the wild, and bringing back stunning imagery from the planet's most remote regions.
In his relatively short career, Andy Mann has served as the senior photographer at Climbing Magazine and had his images appear in National Geographic and the New York Times. He cofounded Boulder-based 3 Strings Productions in 2010 and has a travel schedule that most pilots would envy. Lucky for us, we get to tag along for the ride courtesy of Instagram. We caught up with Mann for a few tips and to see what separates his shots from the rest.
Photographer Ian Tuttle set up camp three times throughout the summer on the Pacific Crest Trail, capturing snippets of the 2,663-mile trail that stretches the length of the West Coast. He made portraits of those he met, asked them questions, and even followed up with a few after their time on the trail.
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