Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Under threat: Artisanal oil drilling in Myanmar

Artisanal oil drilling on the banks of the Irawaddy: A 300-year tradition that is now in decline...

Plitvice Lakes National Park: Visiting Kozjak and the Lower Lakes

Beautiful at any time of the year, the Plitvice Lakes National Park in central Croatia is internationally renowned for its beautiful lakes and waterfalls. As...

Working with invisible light: Infrared photography with the M10 Monochrom

How the Leica M10 Monochrom opens up exciting possibilities in the field of infrared photography. Claus takes us on to a new spectrum in the cities, forests and mountains of Germany

Un monte che col ciel quasi confina

The Gran Sasso d'Italia, a climb, a set of photographs and a literary appreciation of this region just 120km east of Rome...

Living like a vampire: Landscape and the Leica Q2 Monochrom

Monochrome photography for landscapes and mountaineering: The choice between Leica SL2 conversions, the M Monochrom and the new Leica Q2 Monochrom

Bikepacking in the old Blue Mountains with a classic film camera in tow

The elderly Olympus Mju II becomes something Nju for an extraordinary bikepacking excursion into Australia’s Blue Mountains.

Pie in the Sky: A natter, a new-old Leica and a gathering of vintage...

After braving the Pacific Highway and sticking strictly to the speed limit, as one does, John gets a pie in the sky and a natter with fellow vintage Porsche fans...

Life’s Simple Pleasures: Local holidays in the year of the pandemic

For many of us, the need to take our vacations close to home has been a revelation. Instead of jetting off to the other side of the world, we have turned to re-discovering the delights of our own countries. Jean decided to stay put in Normandy and visited the historic and beautiful coastine around Barfleur

The Marbury Lady and her iPhone camera

How The Marbury Lady has used her iPhone to create a successful landscape photography business in Cheshire, England

Gaeta: The village on the Tyrrhenian Sea packed with history

Andrea explores the hidden attractions of the ancient port of Gaeta, just a few kilometres from Rome itself.