South For The Winter: Costa Rica
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South For The Winter: Costa Rica

January 5, 2016 | Text & Photography By Josh Miller
It’s the perfect time of year to escape to Costa Rica and explore diverse wildlife and landscape photo opportunities
Protected Places
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Protected Places

November 30, 2015 | Text & Photography By Tom Till
Photographing UNESCO World Heritage Sites
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¡Hermoso Otoño!

September 28, 2015 | By Linde Waidhofer With Lito Tejada-Flores, Photography By Linde Waidhofer
Tips for capturing fall color in Patagonia, Chile — or your favorite places
Antarctic Dreams
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Antarctic Dreams

December 16, 2014 | By William Neill With Ashley Myers-Turner, Photography By William Neill
When OP columnist William Neill led a workshop to Antarctica, he created his own unique collection of images from a place that has become much more accessible for photography-oriented adventurers
Planes, Planes & More Planes
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Planes, Planes & More Planes

September 23, 2014 | Text And photography By Joshua Holko
In this installment of our ongoing series about trekking to Antarctica, Joshua Holko offers insight into packing and dressing for comfort and safety in an extreme environment
South Georgia
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South Georgia

July 29, 2014 | By Ted Cheeseman, Photography By Hugh Rose
Seize the moment for great photos in extreme environments
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Antarctica: The Edge Of The World
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Antarctica: The Edge Of The World

May 27, 2014 | By Joshua Holko
In the first of a series of articles, we speak with photo expedition leader Joshua Holko about a journey to one of the last great frontiers on earth
The Dragon’s Backbone
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The Dragon’s Backbone

May 21, 2013 | Text And Photography By Ryan Stevens
Sounds of camera shutters announce the presence of newly mobile Chinese tourists in the cultural destinations that mark a time gone by in the Middle Kingdom
Inca Summer
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Inca Summer

April 5, 2013 | By Ryan Stevens
When I'm planning where to go next on a next photo trip, a festival is often the best reason to single out a destination from the many.
The Allure Of East Africa
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The Allure Of East Africa

March 12, 2013 | Text And Photography By Piper Mackay
Beyond the dramatic wildlife, eastern Africa is also one of the richest tribal regions in the world. These unique cultures have drawn the attention of photographers since the medium’s beginnings.
The Last Paradise
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The Last Paradise

January 29, 2013 | Text And Photography By Ralph Lee Hopkins
Using photography as a conservation tool, Ralph Lee Hopkins tells the story of the Galápagos Islands
Ultimate Safari!
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Ultimate Safari!

February 28, 2012 | By William Sawalich, Photography By Frans Lanting
Preparing for and demystifying African safaris for American photographers

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Kumbh Mela
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Kumbh Mela

February 14, 2012 | By Staff
Around the world, nothing matches this triennial Indian religious festival
Mount Seymour Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada
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Mount Seymour Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

November 8, 2011 | Text And Photography By Kevin McNeal
Located just 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Canada, Mount Seymour Provincial Park is one of the many amazing sights found in British Columbia.
Workshop Diary
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Workshop Diary

October 4, 2011 | Text And Photography By Mark Edward Harris
A global photographer gives us a feel for the agenda and flow of a high-end workshop when he treks to China with Art Wolfe
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Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

February 8, 2011 | Text And Photography By Ranjan Ramchandani
Banaras is one of my favorite places to photograph, with its diverse and vibrant landscape and culture.
The Gaspé Peninsula, Québec, Canada
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The Gaspé Peninsula, Québec, Canada

August 3, 2010 | Text And Photography By Daryl Benson
The Gaspé ("place where the land ends") Peninsula juts out into the Gulf of St. Lawrence at the southeastern end of the province of Québec.
Vembanad Kayal & Kumarakom, Kerala, India
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Vembanad Kayal & Kumarakom, Kerala, India

April 13, 2010 | Text And Photography By Butch And Susi Lama
The Kerala backwaters form a large ecosystem similar to the bayous in the Louisiana delta.
Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
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Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

October 20, 2009 | By Dave Willis / Photography By Daniel J. Cox/NaturalExposures.com
Churchill, Manitoba, the “Polar Bear Capital of the World,” is located on the southwestern shore of Canada’s Hudson Bay.
Ladakh, India
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Ladakh, India

February 3, 2009 | By John Harper, Photography By Sanjay Saxena
Bound by two of the world’s highest mountain ranges, the Himalaya to the south and the Karakoram to the north, Ladakh is located in the far northern reaches of India, sitting on the western edge of the Tibetan Plateau at an average altitude of 10,000 feet under crystal-clear skies of the purest azure. The landscape is stark, yet incredibly striking, its dun-colored hills dramatically adorned with whitewashed Buddhist monasteries, many of them ancient.