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Tibetan nomads and the television

Tibetan nomads and the television

At 66, as I think about the intense desire to go out and explore the world, I immediately find a whole bunch of reasons to do so. There are so many in ...
What does it mean to have the lynx disappear from our forests again?

What does it mean to have the lynx disappear from our forests again?

Text and photos: Petra Draškovič Pelc, PhD   What does it mean to have the lynx disappear from our forests again? My guess is we don’t thin ...
First impressions from Denmark

First impressions from Denmark

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and the second largest Scandinavian city. I always imagined it as an idyllic place, criss-crossed with canals sur ...
Carved History

Carved History

As I hold this artfully designed piece of wood, I marvel, just as I have done many times before, over the unique and amazing handicraft from a distant ...
Kgalagadi

Kgalagadi

Even though there are better known and also more accessible national parks in South Africa, such as the Kruger National Park in the Republic of South ...
Record dives and medals in Honduras

Record dives and medals in Honduras

Written by: Samo Jeranko Photos: Samo Jeranko, Alex St-Jean, Laura Babahekian   Sports disciplines where the Slovenian national team ret ...
Musings on recipes and goulash

Musings on recipes and goulash

These days, I've been talking about the art of writing cooking recipes with Katja Jenčič, translator and book editor. As we were going over notes for ...
Myanmar: Gone for a Walk

Myanmar: Gone for a Walk

We are drinking green tea from tiny ceramic cups, contorted into the child-sized plastic chairs that are the defining element of every teahouse and ro ...
Can a photographer ever become a millionaire?

Can a photographer ever become a millionaire?

It is hard to survive when working as a photographer, and even harder still to make money doing so; there is no doubt about it. But today, I would lik ...