No risk of anyone talking before the first coffee takes hold. Always the risk of a cold rain setting in just when the campfire is finally doing its thing. Dramatic mountain slopes rising from cold salt water. Remote waves shared with friendly sea- and land-dwelling mammals. Solar winds in the arctic night. The golden light…
Where the fragrance of gumtrees and pines blends into the salty chill of the Atlantic ocean, where food and wine are just as diverse and vibrant as the regions they represent.
The untiring outdoor enthusiast Yvon Chouinard hits the mark 17 times in this inspiring quote collection: 1. “Taking a trip for six months, you get in the rhythm of it. It feels like you can go on forever doing that. Climbing Everest is the ultimate and the opposite of that. Because you get these high-powered…
Mellow Trip Hop meets contemporary Jazz meets field recording meets stunning nature videography: Joe Acheson and his imaginary orchestra present Wingbeats.
Big fish, asthmatic sea lions, funky birds, and primates poking selfie sticks into reptile’s faces: Snapshots from a journey to the Enchanted Islands.
Beautiful people, scenic views, delicious food and the urban buzz of the big city: Missing the ocean, but inland Colombia is just too good to run away and rejoin the surf circus.
Using exclusively graphite pencils and paper, Australian illustrator Susan Sparks creates mandala-like pictures that are simply mind-blowing – both technically and aesthetically.
As days are getting shorter and shorter and temperatures drop below a comfortable level, nature in Germany turns into an explosion of colours.
Outstanding surf, breathtaking dive sites, great company, and consistently shit music at parties: Beating around in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama.
Unbelievable: So great or extreme as to be difficult to believe. That’s the the most appropriate description for what Michael Grab does with rocks, namely piling them up in the most unreal, gravity-defying manner possible. All pictures © Michael Grab.
The wonderfully wondrous creatures of Canadian artist Ellen Jewett originate from a dimensional cross-section of Realism, surrealism, Fantasy, Steampunk. All pictures © Ellen Jewett.
A late summer day in the Black Forest, South Germany. Surrounded by the peaceful beauty of the landscape it’s amazing to see that the shapes and colours of mushrooms are just as surreal as corals, and that a walk through the woods can be just as amazing as a dive in the ocean.
And after the next turn of the road… it got even better. Random photos from my recent trip to the south island of New Zealand, one of the most mind-blowing places I have seen.