Photographer Dhillon Shukla captures the country’s burgeoning surf scene – where tradition and Californian slider culture collide.
There are 282 mountains standing over 3,000ft in height across Scotland. Every time you climb one, you've 'bagged' a Munro... and some people are determined to conquer them all.
The Azores – nine lush, untouched islands located off the coast of Portugal – are seen as some of the world’s most ‘sustainable destinations.’ We head there to find out why.
For photographer David Mulnard, India represented the complete unknown. However, it wasn’t until he boarded the Golden Temple 12904 that his trip really began.
Photographer Rachel Cabitt joins Brooklyn band Native Sun on their first US tour, taking her from bubbling beach towns to stark, desolate cities.
Photographer Sean Martin returns to his home in Gloucester, Massachusetts to capture Saint Peter’s Fiesta – a wild, testosterone-fuelled festival started by local Italian fishermen.
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.