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Road Tripping with Ana Cabaleiro

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Dreamy travel photos show off the beautiful quirks of film

If film photography is a dying format, you wouldn't know it from its growing legion of devotees, who, like vinyl enthusiasts, favor analog's quirks and imperfections over the cool precision of digital tech. The visual appeal of film is on full display in these dreamy travel pics from Spanish photographer Ana Cabaleiro.  "I just love how [film] looks," she said. "The amazing colors......read more

Analog Photos by Jonathan Hyde

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Melancholic imagery from the Brighton-based photog

We came across the work of UK photographer Jonathan Hyde over at the always-inspiring Boooooom, and hot damn it's some nice stuff. Based in Brighton on England's south coast, Hyde says he is inspired by "endless vistas over shires and highland peninsulas, crisp winter chill and bright white ice, chemical malfunction and torn negatives, and harsh rocks and gentle boughs." These wonderfully organic......read more

Thailand on Film by Varunyoo Thongdee

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Dreamy analog images of southeast Asia

In the hot, sticky climate of southeast Asia, time slows down to a torpid pace. There's not much you want to do beside find some shade and chill out. Thai photographer Varunyoo Thongdee captures the mood nicely in the analog images he shoots in his homeland. With various western female travelers acting acting as his as muses, Varunyoo shoots dreamy photos of languid moments in the tropical heat.......read more

A Year on the Road: September Summer

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Burning the last days of the season onto 35mm film

Too often, the magic of 35mm film is lost to a dim, crunchy image. Instead of being printed and enjoyed with friends, recounting stories, they are likely to be looked at twice before being sequestered in a murky corner of a backup hard drive. And rather than a single moment burned into a square of film, these images exist in numbers and code. This is not to say that I don’t use digital......read more

Analog Photos by Genevieve Bjargardottir

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Gorgeous images on film from Iceland and Sweden

Lovers of analog photography will find plenty to savor in the portfolio of Genevieve Bjargardottir, a 27-year old with an unpronounceable name currently studying creative photography in Gamleby, Sweden. Genevieve clearly spends a lot of time traveling, as evidenced by her photo sets from Berlin, Italy, and Spain. But most of her time is split between Sweden and Iceland,......read more

Bottled Air From Canada Is Selling Like Crazy In China

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This is not a gag from "Silicon Valley"

If someone told you there is a Silicon Valley startup selling bottled air to China, you would probably think it’s a joke. And it is; the startup is actually in Alberta, Canada. Vitality Air produces and sells “hand-bottled” air from Banff and Lake Louise, two Canadian locales known for their Rocky Mountain surroundings and crystal clear bodies of water. The startup has......read more

Paris Climate Talks

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Questions Linger Before Final Deal, Canada Will Play a Big Role, and Australia Turns Focus to Rainforests.

A draft of a climate agreement is finished, but it leaves many questions unanswered. Now, as government ministers swoop in to finish off the talks by 11 December, those questions must be addressed. Nature recaps the weekend’s reaction and looks ahead to the final days of the climate talks. 1. Edging closer to a final deal A week of “very low drama” produced a draft of a......read more

Hanging Hammocks Hundreds Of Feet Above Ground

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Sebastian Wahlhutter Photographed The Highland Meeting Monte Plana

One century ago, fierce battles broke out in the shadow of Monte Piana in the Italian Dolomites as WWI began. The 18,000 young soldiers who lost their lives at that site were honored this past week at the 2015 Highline Meeting Monte Piana, an annual event that unites young people from all over the world through their shared passions for adventure and the sport of highlining. Since the first......read more

he popularity of marijuana edibles has been one of the big surprises of the seismic culture shift we are undergoing around weed. Maybe it’s because of the increasing social disdain around smoking anything, or maybe it’s part of that whole foodie thing, but edibles are big business. In Colorado alone, more than 5 million edible marijuana products were sold (and presumably......read more

Solar-Powered Safari Lodge in Botswana

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From Architects Michaelis Boyd and Nick Plewman

Within Botswana's lush Okavango Delta sits the standout Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge, designed with its breathtaking surroundings in mind. Architects Michaelis Boyd and Nick Plewman based the curvaceous structure's cocoon-like design on the pangolin, an endangered scaly creature that is native to the diverse African bush. The building itself not only blends in......read more

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