From the video: Gregory Colbert’s Ashes and Snow feature film captures extraordinary moments of contact between people and animals as seen through the lens of the artist’s camera on more than thirty expeditions to some of the earth’s most remote places. This depicts the world not as it is, but as it might be—a world in which the natural and artificial boundaries separating humans from other species do not exist.
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True, fall is here in the Northern Hemisphere, but that doesn’t mean that a photo of Hawaii’s pristine beaches can’t warm you some.
Even though the picturesque Malé is a capital city, its size isn’t as pronounced: a little over 100,000 people live within its boundaries.
Which is more beautiful: Mount Taranaki’s peak or its view? Guess we’ll have to go to New Zealand to find out.
Extending through seven European countries, the Alps that we can admire today are the result of the collision of the African and Eurasian tectonic plates.
Within Scotland’s Glen Brittle is a series of sprightly waterfall streams aptly known as Fairy Pools.