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Kate Peters: Ask The Dust

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British photographer documents her travels through the American southwest

From UK photographer Kate Peters' impressive portfolio of work comes Ask The Dust, a collection of images shot during her ramblings through the arid landscapes of California, Utah and Arizona. The series, which takes its name from the masterful novel by John Fante, nicely captures the stark spirituality of the desert. Kate's photographic chops were honed as an assistant......read more

Exquisite Travel Photos by Jeff Luker

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Rambling young photographer hits the road

Jeff Luker is no stranger to moving around. Born in Massachusetts, the 25 year-old photographer moved to NYC for art school, where he was an assistant to Ryan McGinley. Now living in Portland, OR, Jeff travels all over shooting photos for big name clients like Urban Outfitters, Vice and Dazed & Confused.  But it's his personal photography of road trips with his friends that......read more

Tina Hillier: Under African Skies

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Ethereal travel photos of southern Africa

While on assignment in southern Africa for The Greenbook Guide, London-based travel photog and writer Tina Hillier found time to produce a powerful and compelling collection of personal travel photos. Delicate and lyrical, "Under African Skies" nicely captures the mysterious allure of the plateau continent.  "I try and take images that represent something I'm drawn to, to translate or......read more

Fantastic Forest Photos

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See the forest for the trees. Traveling exhibition celebrates the International Year of Forests.

According to the United Nations, 2011 is the International Year of the Forests, which means, well, not much. It's always the Year of This or the Month of That. But we can't not get behind this one. Especially when it looks this good. GoodPlanet Foundation, chaired by Yann Arthus-Bertrand (the filmmaker behind the epic doc Home), is raising awareness of forest issues through, among other things,......read more

Sundry Sullen: New Zealand

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Amaaazing travel pics.

Last year, Seattle-based artist Sundry Sullen headed south to New Zealand, where he took part in the Rainbow Gathering and captured some dreamy pics of the experience. The co-founder and member of the WAFA collective does great mixed media collage work as well. See more photos of Sullen's Kiwi adventure on his Flickr stream.  (via 01)...read more

Solar Plane Sets Flight Record

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26-hour flight confirms viability of emissions-free air travel.

An experimental airplane with 12,000 solar cells and the wing span of a Boeing 777 passenger jet completed its first test flight of more than 24 hours on Thursday, proving that the aircraft can collect enough energy from the sun during the day to stay aloft all night. Pilot and project co-founder Andre Borschberg flew the Solar Impulse to 28,000 feet above the Jura Mountains, reaching top speeds......read more

Greener Pastures

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T Magazine contributor Christian L. Wright on stylish travelers indulging their pastoral fantasies.

Just as bushy beards and Hunter boots have captured the pastoral fantasies of the urban fashion tribe, a taste for field and stream is driving the travel avant-garde. Nowadays, rural pleasures — whether it’s picking your own asparagus or indulging your inner ranger — have given rise to a new breed of back-to-the-land destinations...MORE -Christian L. Wright (Via T Magazine Blog) Photo:......read more

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