A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to get a glimpse at the insect collections, behind the scenes at the Natural History Museum, London.
Scotland, Lapland, Fieldwork, Walking the Tube, Liquid nitrogen and other adventures from 2013.
I don't normally like it when people carve messages into trees for no good reason, but in the morning sunlight this caught my eye for some reason.
It was as we rumbled and lurched slowly across the Armenian highlands at dawn that I had my first view of Mount Ararat.
Tucked away in the gorge behind the imposing Narikala fortress, is a remarkable hidden gem.
Endless daylight, endless forests and endless lakes. These are the things I'll remember about Lapland.
An intro to the International League of Conservation Photographers. You might not have heard of them, but you've probably seen some of their images.
The latest additions to the flickr group
Stand in the right place. Shoot at the right time. Share it with the world.
Six of my favorite articles from August.
If you're tired or hungry or fruitlessly laboring, it's easy to make mountains out of mole hills..
A few weeks ago I posted ten interesting photos as ranked by those clever folks at Flickr. I didn't really agree with them, in fact, I think a lot of those photos are quite dull..