Despite the country’s fraught political dramas, Nicaragua is still one of the world’s most wildly picturesque surf spots.
Bigger, louder and more colourful than ever: photographer Stefy Pocket shoots the local revellers at the legendary four-day festival of Barranquilla.
When documentary photo duo The Leafhopper Project visited the island to investigate coral bleaching, they discovered a paradise at risk of permanent damage.
Photographer Thomas Ling shoots the surfers of the country’s west coast: one of the most harshly beautiful – and endangered – environments in Australia.
Photographer Harvey James travels from Los Angeles to the top tips of British Columbia, weaving through North America’s most wild and diverse landscapes.
Years after her father and friends travelled across Latin America with just surfboards and a van, Antonia Wallig is taking that adventure a step further.
Baigalmaa Norjmaa is making a unique trip around the world. All that stands in her way is 12,000km, 14 massive countries and extreme weather conditions.
Photographer Ben Amando visits Tangalle – a small coastal fishing town that’s battling the ruinous repercussions of ocean trawling.
Photographer Tara Biglari documents her journey through the deserted countryside of Oman: an unspoilt paradise on the Middle Eastern coast.
From treacherous hikes to sun-soaked vineyards, professional mountain biker Sam Reynolds gives us a tour of his favourite South African spots.
Photographer Chris Lagares returns to his hometown of Rochester, NY – a small city overlooking Lake Ontario – to shoot the public markets and local communities of his childhood.
A new book from Taschen explores the enduring appeal of the mobile home; from revamped vintage campervans to extravagant, under-water houseboats.