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Whiskey Old-Fashioned Shave Soap

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Rich, natural lather from Portland General Store. $10.00

Made from natural ingredients, Portland General Store's personal care products harken back to a time when things were made in small batches, by hand. This old-fashioned wet shave soap is one of our PGS faves. With a slight, masculine scent of whiskey, the soap is blended with bentonite clay, a powerful healing clay that absorbs oils and toxins from the skin, providing a natural and luxurious wet......read more

Gardens NYC: Isa's Oasis

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Isa Brito's herbal elixirs spring from the healing plants in her Williamsburg garden.

Our good friend Isa Brito is the herbalist behind Isa's Restoratives, a line of wildcrafted, organic concoctions that we fully endorse (hot tip: try the Blue Chamomile Face Cream ). In this episode of Gardens NYC, we explore the Williamsburg garden where the lives of Isa's tinctures begin. But healing plants aren't the garden's only residents; Isa is down with weeds as well.......read more

Surreal Photos by Fenk Zhang

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Young Chinese photographer shoots gauzy and ethereal images of nature

Fenk Zhang is a 20-year old photographer from Chengdu, China whose Flickr-folio is chalk full of gorgeous images that show off his experiments with light and shadow. Hazy and dreamlike, the photos harken Ryan McGinley in their gauzy portrayal of beautiful people in nature. "I've been photographing seriously 1 year ago," says Fenk in endearingly broken Engrish. "Most of my photographs were made......read more

Tim Barber: Wildflower

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The quintessential summer shoot for Muse Magazine

We don't normally feature fashion photography around here but Tim Barber's work is far from your ordinary fashion stuff. For Wildflower, Muse Magazine sent the New York-based photographer and founder of Tiny Vices out to California with the lovely Aussie model Bambi Northwood-Blyth. The sun-soaked images are gathered in this quintessential summer fashion series, replete with blue skies, budding......read more

Ordinary People, Overlooked Beauty

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Photographer Captures Ordinary People Surrounded by Overlooked Beauty Of The World

Photographer Helena Georgiou captures subjects that are often overlooked as we go about our daily lives. Her impressive portfolio features many portraits of people that we'd probably pass by on the street without a second glance. Georgiou gives them the proverbial spotlight in her compositions, with one facet of these portraits set against bold outdoor landscapes. Using vibrant colors......read more

"Local" - A Stunning Skateboarding Short by Sean Slobodan

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Watch this beauty of a skate film shot in western Utah

Sean Slobodan just released this scenic video with local skaters from the Salt Lake and Utah Valleys. The mellow soundtrack comes courtesy of Sean's friend Micah Andersen, who wrote the tune specifically for this project. Shot in the high-altitude light of western Utah, the clip stars local rippers Daniel Roman, Alex Washington, Logan Summers, Chandler Siepert, Matt Winskowski, Matt Bergmann,......read more

Picture Proof Of Japan's Natural Beauty

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Photography from Hidenobu Suzuki

Photographer Hidenobu Suzuki has captured the idyllic landscapes of Japan in a remarkably tranquil light. Between the quiet foggy rivers, peaceful rice fields, and twilight at Mt. Fuji, there's something for everyone who's looking for a visually relaxing utopia. "My photographs are like Japanese paintings," Suzuki explains. "Japanese like to express emotions and spiritual feelings through......read more

Shaped by Time

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Awe-inspiring time-lapse shows the power and beauty of erosion

Filmmaker Enrique Pacheco adds to his impressive time-lapse portfolio with "Shaped by Time," a hypnotic exploration of the effects of erosion on earth: "Shaped by Time" is a time-lapse film that explore the power of nature trough the erosion of the different landscapes shown on the film. During thousands of years, the wind, the eruptions, the rain, the frost and the water of the rivers, have......read more

The Living Beauty of Wicken Fen

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The Oldest Nature Reserve in Britain Says A Lot About Us Today

ON NATURE By Helen Macdonald for The New York Times On a foggy morning last spring, I took my brother and 11-year-old niece for a long walk in one of Britain’s oldest nature reserves, Wicken Fen, a tiny fragment of a lost marshland ecosystem that once covered around 2,500 square miles of eastern England. We spent hours walking through a mosaic of grassland and sedge, past wet fields cut......read more

The Majestic Beauty of Tent Camping Around Europe

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From Polish Photographer Karol Nienartowicz

Polish mountain photographer Karol Nienartowicz has spent the last 6 years traveling throughout Europe. Rather than just capture the beautiful scenery of the majestic, remote mountains she gave us a peek into what it was like camping there. Every picture is like a Where’s Waldo hunt to discover her tent. Braving the snow and the cold, the views up there show why it’s worth every......read more

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