Granite Cities in Siberia

Climbers Killian Fischhuber, Galina Terenteva and Robert Leistner, and guide Sergey Karpukhin traveled to Ulakhan-Sis Siberia for a Rock Climbing expedition: this remote location...

Saline di Marsala in pink and purple

Discover the magic of Saline di Marsala in Sicily through a unique point of view, with these cross-processed aerial images by photographer Olaf Pignataro

The Route of Gods

Via degli Dei, literally the Route of Gods, is a 130 km long route consisting of paved and gravel roads, stretches of asphalt, and windy trails passing through the Appennines. It...

Mentawai Dream by Angelo Bonomelli

This was the first time Angelo Bonomelli got the chance to travel to Indonesia, after so many years dreaming about that place, a common destination for surfers looking for quality...

Red Bull Mirror Park

In an invasion of the senses, BMX skills reflected in stunning Mirror Park. BMX riders Courage Adams and Paul Thölen recently unleashed their array of tricks on a bike park made...

Munnar tea plantations

Tea or Chai is the most widely drunk beverage in the whole world. The tea plant, Camellia Sansis, is a cultivated variety of a tree that has its origins in an area between India...

Click On The Mountain 2018

We’re looking back at a very challenging week for the teams shooting around Courmayeur Mont Blanc in Italy! Click on the Mountain 2018 is done and the winners were crowned, but...

Los Angeles, or the average extraordinary

L.A. has no secrets, no surprises. L.A. is just and right everything you have always seen in the(ir) movies. No more, no less. It’s like if the world is ending tomorrow and...

A slow voyage through Africa

The African continent deserves to be taken in slowly. Too magnificent and solemn, to be rushed through. You must take Africa slow, as it is. Slow and inevitable as the tides, as...

Good morning, Vietnam

A photographic trip to Vietnam, from the northern province of Ha Giang to the Mekong Delta, with a stop in UNESCO World Heritage Site Hoi An, looking for the strongest coffee

Panama Hay

In 2013 I spent twenty-two days in Panama City with the aim at filming scenes from the everyday-living in the capital, from the favelas to the high-class estates. What I caught on...

Ashgabat – The Marblelous Capital of Turkmenistan

Ashgabat, capital of Turkmenistan, held 2017 Asian Indoor Games. The city went through a complete renewal, and the results are astonishing, still it is hard to imagine how would be...

Adelmo Massola, wave after wave

Water is a thought. A reflection, a dancing game that always move. It has different colours, it leaves trails, it runs away and it doesn’t care about what happens around...

Obscure sports: Eton Fives

Eton Fives is a handball game developed in the late 19th century at Eton College. It is an uncommon sport, with a large number of unique rules, as unique stands the shape of the...

Autumn colors in Hossegor

As the summer season fades away and the days become shorter and colder, tourists leave the beaches to surfers: the swells are growing bigger and more frequent. Autumn is a special...

The ride of a thousand passes

All pictures © Jered & Ashley Gruber. Phil Deeker, founder of the Cent Cols Challenge (CCC), rode 1,000 mountain passes – or cols – in just 100 days of riding....

Monster Children photo comp returns for 2017

Monster Children Magazine has launched its seventh annual Photo Competition, and professional and amateur photographers are invited to submit entries online until November 5th to...

Mountain lover: the photographer Paolo Sartori

Before meeting Paolo Sartori in person, I already had the chance to admire his photographic work. From his images, I immediately understood Paolo is a very committed person, with a...

A fish market in Borneo

In Borneo, Malaysia, fishermen sell their daily catch at Kota Kinabalu market. On the promenade, tourists pose in front of the sunset and local boys enjoy the evening breeze...

Alex Sorgente: Or What – Downtime in France

Living with Alex Sorgente and Robin Bolian for almost two months is like living at 200 km per hour. We recovered them last September in Getxo, in the Basque Country near Bilbao,...

An Icelandic journey into No Man’s Land

We live in a fast paced society, where the action of walking slows us down. Nature never hurries. Film maker Davide Calafà, along with two friends, undertook a six days hike into...