One glimpse at the Uyuni salt flats, and you might ask yourself if you’re dreaming. But no, this place is not made of dreams–it’s made of salt.
Equipped with little more than a tent and sleeping bag, David Bertschinger Karg made the trek out to Peru in summer 2015. From scaling the Peruvian Andes to catching waves on the…
Light pollution is very much a negative consequence of modernization and is one whose effects can be seen in our natural and built environments. Artificial lighting has a significantly bad impact on bird and populations as well as our ability to sleep (exposure to artificial light inhibits melatonin production), and of course our economy. The SKYGLOW PROJECT examines light pollution in this staggering timelapse, and we highly recommend you check it out.
Bordering the Basque Country, La Rioja, and Aragon in Spain and Aquitaine in France, Navarre is not to be missed. Most live in the autonomous region’s capital, Pamplona, or its surrounding metropolitan areas, which means that wide swaths of land are left totally uninhabited. All the better, anyway: Navarre’s natural features assume a much more salient role.