Rambling, Scrambling, & Hiking • British Walking Culture

Sunday, January 21, 2018
Rambling Scrambling Hiking

In 2017, Chris O’Connor rambled, scrambled, hiked and walked some 1000 miles. He hails from England, which has one of the most unique walking cultures in all of the…

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Dare to Dream • Dhurba’s Sapana Eco-Village in Chitwan • NEPAL

Saturday, April 22, 2017

For many of us, dreams are about “getting” something; they’re selfish….For Dhurba, dreaming means giving. “My parents are farmers. I never finished school.” He came from a poor…

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Dare to Dream • Dhurba’s Sapana Eco-Village in Chitwan • NEPAL

Thursday, March 3, 2016

For many of us, dreams are about “getting” something; they’re selfish….For Dhurba, dreaming means giving. “My parents are farmers. I never finished school.” He came from a poor…

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Escaping Turtle Island • Rangers vs Poachers • INDONESIA

Monday, September 21, 2015

There’s no electricity, no telephone. Except for crabs, lizards, and bugs only three Indonesian rangers live on the island. They earn just over 100 US dollars a month, live…

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POWER Workout • Zurkhaneh Ritual • Tehran • IRAN

Friday, February 20, 2015

Zurhkaneh (Pahlevani and zoorkhaneh) is a kind of traditional Iranian power work out. I was invited to a suburb of Tehran to see the club exercise. The drums…

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FLOWER Parade • Bloemencorso • Eelde • The NETHERLANDS

Friday, February 6, 2015

Eelde is of one of several towns in the Benelux to hold an annual flower parade. Eelde’s has been a tradition since 1957 – including decorated floats, a…

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SLEEP Seaside • Harbor Crane Hotel • Harlingen • The NETHERLANDS

Friday, January 23, 2015

Many cities tear down their old buildings. In Harlingen, however, you can stay overnight at the historic lighthouse, a repurposed sea lifeboat or even in an old industrial crane. The…

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Castaway on an Island Hideaway in Thailand

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Just a few clips from the deserted beach at Ko Kut. It’s Thailand’s last island before Cambodia. The south is jungle, unmarked and untravelled. The beaches are essentially…

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PULSES • Sifting Lentils

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

I passed numerous groups and individuals sorting the harvest. This group was sifting a couple of different crops – in addition to stacking hay.

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RICE Field • Preparing the Field

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

These men are part of a team who traded off working with the ox team in this rice field outside of Kollegal, India. Some dug out the field…

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