Environment

The DryZone series goes coastal on Tomales Bay with Blue Waters Kayaking

Filed in Americas/U.S., Environment, Products, Reviews, Travel Stories by on February 19, 2014 0 Comments
The DryZone series goes coastal on Tomales Bay with Blue Waters Kayaking

Editor’s note: Tomales Bay is a long inlet that forms the eastern boundary of Point Reyes National Seashore – and it’s not too far from our offices in Northern California. It’s also home to oyster farms, shorebirds, ducks, harbor seals, fisherman, sailors and the expert guides and naturalists of Blue Waters Kayaking. Dallas Smith and […]

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Pro photographer Ed Heaton, winter landscapes and the Pro Trekker 400 AW

Pro photographer Ed Heaton, winter landscapes and the Pro Trekker 400 AW

Editor’s note: Pennsylvania-based Ed Heaton is an award-winning photographer and educator who specializes in landscape and travel images. His Creative Composition workshops, seminars and classes are super-popular for enthusiasts who want to improve their control of light. Ed is a natural teacher who is known to “scout the best photogenic areas and adapt to the […]

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Photographer Kt Miller, her Pro Trekker AW & a trip on the Tundra Buggy Lodge

Filed in Environment, Products, Travel Stories, True Stories, Worldwide by on November 27, 2013 0 Comments
Photographer Kt Miller, her Pro Trekker AW & a trip on the Tundra Buggy Lodge

Editor’s note: Bozeman-based photographer Kt Miller is focused on conservation and education. She comes by it pretty naturally. She was raised within the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem; received a 35mm camera while in high school; taught for the Montana Outdoor Science School; served as a mountain guide and instructor. The list goes on. In 2012, she […]

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Just for Fun – Terraclime Padfolio Giveaway

Filed in Environment by on July 23, 2013 69 Comments
Just for Fun – Terraclime Padfolio Giveaway

Last week when I posted this picture of my “collector’s edition” Lowepro Terraclime Padfolio, many readers wanted to know where they could get one too. Well, you can’t buy ‘em unless you find one on eBay or craigslist. But guess what? I have 6 more of them stashed away. And I’m willing to part with […]

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The Power of Place, Conservation Photography and Jerry Monkman

The Power of Place, Conservation Photography and Jerry Monkman

Photographer and filmmaker Jerry Monkman wants us to think about the significance of natural places when we look at his imagery. For 20+ years he has devoted his work to drawing attention to New England’s streams, forests, fields, bays and other places of natural beauty. To date, he has created photography for more than 120 […]

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Powerful imagery, the Rio Grande del Norte & a backcountry pack

Filed in Americas/U.S., Environment, Products, True Stories by on March 5, 2013 0 Comments
Powerful imagery, the Rio Grande del Norte & a backcountry pack

Editor’s note on March 22, 2013: We have an update and a cool video from Josh to share today. Check out the Trout Unlimited blog. Watch Joshua’s video of Jose “Gia” Mondragon and the Rio Grande del Norte to learn more about these conversation efforts and the connection to place. What kind of bag does […]

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Profile of Cristina Mittermeier

Filed in Environment, Pro Photographers by on May 29, 2012 0 Comments
Profile of Cristina Mittermeier

She’s a photojournalist and conservationist who began her career as a marine biologist. When Cristina Mittermeier discovered photography, she found her true passion documenting the fragile relationships between indigenous people and biodiversity. To achieve this, she’s traveled to more than 80 countries to photograph and write about the complex issues where conservation of wild nature […]

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