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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 ...
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 ...
Bee-eaters from Male Srakane

Bee-eaters from Male Srakane

This time around in The Hive, we won’t be talking about beekeepers: instead, we’ll concentrate on bee-eaters. You're definitely all familiar with the ...
My home in Fiji

My home in Fiji

“Never book anything in advance!” That’s the advice I got from a young Danish traveller I met in a hostel in Surfers Paradise, Australia at the be ...
Toying around

Toying around

We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing. (George Bernard Shaw)   As a photographer with thirty years ...
Freediving in the Red Sea

Freediving in the Red Sea

After a couple of years, I’m back at the Sinai Peninsula in the heart of the Red Sea. The peninsula is covered by a desert, pierced by the sharp peaks ...
Kashmir

Kashmir

I had already tried to visit India back in 2006 when we wanted to climb the magnificent, audacious mountain of Thalay Sagar (6,904 m). We’d alrea ...
IMPRESSIONS OF ALTAI

IMPRESSIONS OF ALTAI

I feel a kind of melancholy creep into my soul as my mind conjures up the image of those magnificent sunrises and sunsets. Vast wilderness, numerous l ...
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