At the beginning of the coronavirus

Author : ratdinsokal
Publish Date : 2021-02-14


At the beginning of the coronavirus

At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place around the world

We launched a new series to help transport you, virtually, to some of the most beautiful and fascinating places on our planet.

 

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evisit the invisible corners of the world

This week, after 40 installments, we return to some of the highlights – from hat-making workshops in Ecuador and the wilds of Alaska to lush Zambian valleys.

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Ten years ago, photographer Robert Presutti accompanied a friend to a convent in rural Georgia: the Phoka Convent of St. Nino. A nun and two novices had settled in the area years earlier and had begun to resurrect an eleventh-century church from its ruins.

Presutti visited, the convent included six nuns and a novice. By that time, the church had been completely restored.

Caleb Kenna has worked as a freelance photographer for over 20 years, traveling the back roads of Vermont, making portraits and capturing the varied landscapes of the state.

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Until a few years ago, he rented planes to climb to the sky and create aerial images. Today he uses a drone.

Every year, millions of pilgrims descend on Karbala, a generally quiet desert city in central Iraq, to commemorate the religious festival of Arbaeen, one of the largest organized gatherings of people in the world. In 2019, when a small group of journalists was invited to attend, photojournalist Andrea DiCenzo jumped at the chance.

It commemorates the death of one of the most important leaders of Shiite islam, imam Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad.

Learn more about Arbaeen »

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Since 2015, during her many trips aboard the train, photographer Chloë Ellingson has documented the passengers, the route and the communities it serves.

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A Panama hat Montecristi superfino is creamy as silk, more expensive in weight than gold and the color of ancient ivory. It is as much a work of art as it is fashion.

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The most beautiful specimens have more than 4000 weaves per square inch, a weave so fine that it takes a jeweler's magnifying glass to count the rows. And each of these weaves is handmade. No looms are used – only dexterous fingers, piercing eyes and zen concentration.

Writer and photographer Roff Smith became interested in hats about 15 years ago, when he read articles about straw hats that could cost several thousand dollars.

Sea lions are often called "Sea Dogs". On a small island off the Baja coast, where mischievous animals populate every rocky outcrop, they live up to their nickname.

Photojournalist Benjamin Lowy visited the region in 2017 for one of his first underwater missions, after years of covering war, politics and sports.

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Although much loved by safari aficionados, Zambia has long flown under the radar of novice visitors to Africa, overshadowed by its better-known regional neighbors: Tanzania, Kenya, Botswana and South Africa.

But this landlocked country has some of the best national parks on the continent, mostly those bordering the Crocodile-and hippo-infested Luangwa River.

Photographer Marcus Westberg laid eyes on the muddy brown Luangwa at the age of 23. He has returned – and to the nearby luambe and North Luangwa National Parks – Half a dozen times since.

At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place around the world

We launched a new series to help transport you, virtually, to some of the most beautiful and fascinating places on our planet.

evisit the invisible corners of the world

This week, after 40 installments, we return to some of the highlights – from hat-making workshops in Ecuador and the wilds of Alaska to lush Zambian valleys.

Read Also :

 

Ten years ago, photographer Robert Presutti accompanied a friend to a convent in rural Georgia: the Phoka Convent of St. Nino. A nun and two novices had settled in the area years earlier and had begun to resurrect an eleventh-century church from its ruins.

Presutti visited, the convent included six nuns and a novice. By that time, the church had been completely restored.

Caleb Kenna has worked as a freelance photographer for over 20 years, traveling the back roads of Vermont, making portraits and capturing the varied landscapes of the state.

Read Also :

 

Until a few years ago, he rented planes to climb to the sky and create aerial images. Today he uses a drone.

Every year, millions of pilgrims descend on Karbala, a generally quiet desert city in central Iraq, to commemorate the religious festival of Arbaeen, one of the largest organized gatherings of people in the world. In 2019, when a small group of journalists was invited to attend, photojournalist Andrea DiCenzo jumped at the chance.

It commemorates the death of one of the most important leaders of Shiite islam, imam Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad.

Learn more about Arbaeen »

Read Also :

Rambo last blood

Since 2015, during her many trips aboard the train, photographer Chloë Ellingson has documented the passengers, the route and the communities it serves.

Learn more about the Tshiuetin line »

A Panama hat Montecristi superfino is creamy as silk, more expensive in weight than gold and the color of ancient ivory. It is as much a work of art as it is fashion.

Read Also :


The most beautiful specimens have more than 4000 weaves per square inch, a weave so fine that it takes a jeweler's magnifying glass to count the rows. And each of these weaves is handmade. No looms are used – only dexterous fingers, piercing eyes and zen concentration.

Writer and photographer Roff Smith became interested in hats about 15 years ago, when he read articles about straw hats that could cost several thousand dollars.

Sea lions are often called "Sea Dogs". On a small island off the Baja coast, where mischievous animals populate every rocky outcrop, they live up to their nickname.

Photojournalist Benjamin Lowy visited the region in 2017 for one of his first underwater missions, after years of covering war, politics and sports.

Read Also :


Although much loved by safari aficionados, Zambia has long flown under the radar of novice visitors to Africa, overshadowed by its better-known regional neighbors: Tanzania, Kenya, Botswana and South Africa.

But this landlocked country has some of the best national parks on the continent, mostly those bordering the Crocodile-and hippo-infested Luangwa River.

Photographer Marcus Westberg laid eyes on the muddy brown Luangwa at the age of 23. He has returned – and to the nearby luambe and North Luangwa National Parks – Half a dozen times since.

At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place around the world

We launched a new series to help transport you, virtually, to some of the most beautiful and fascinating places on our planet.

evisit the invisible corners of the world

This week, after 40 installments, we return to some of the highlights – from hat-making workshops in Ecuador and the wilds of Alaska to lush Zambian valleys.

Read Also :

 

Ten years ago, photographer Robert Presutti accompanied a friend to a convent in rural Georgia: the Phoka Convent of St. Nino. A nun and two novices had settled in the area years earlier and had begun to resurrect an eleventh-century church from its ruins.

Presutti visited, the convent included six nuns and a novice. By that time, the church had been completely restored.

Caleb Kenna has worked as a freelance photographer for over 20 years, traveling the back roads of Vermont, making portraits and capturing the varied landscapes of the state.

Read Also :

 

Until a few years ago, he rented planes to climb to the sky and create aerial images. Today he uses a drone.

Every year, millions of pilgrims descend on Karbala, a generally quiet desert city in central Iraq, to commemorate the religious festival of Arbaeen, one of the largest organized gatherings of people in the world. In 2019, when a small group of journalists was invited to attend, photojournalist Andrea DiCenzo jumped at the chance.

It commemorates the death of one of the most important leaders of Shiite islam, imam Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad.

Learn more about Arbaeen »

Read Also :

Rambo last blood

Since 2015, during her many trips aboard the train, photographer Chloë Ellingson has documented the passengers, the route and the communities it serves.

Learn more about the Tshiuetin line »

A Panama hat Montecristi superfino is creamy as silk, more expensive in weight than gold and the color of ancient ivory. It is as much a work of art as it is fashion.

Read Also :


The most beautiful specimens have more than 4000 weaves per square inch, a weave so fine that it takes a jeweler's magnifying glass to count the rows. And each of these weaves is handmade. No looms are used – only dexterous fingers, piercing eyes and zen concentration.

Writer and photographer Roff Smith became interested in hats about 15 years ago, when he read articles about straw hats that could cost several thousand dollars.

Sea lions are often called "Sea Dogs". On a small island off the Baja coast, where mischievous animals populate every rocky outcrop, they live up to their nickname.

Photojournalist Benjamin Lowy visited the region in 2017 for one of his first underwater missions, after years of covering war, politics and sports.

Read Also :


Although much loved by safari aficionados, Zambia has long flown under the radar of novice visitors to Africa, overshadowed by its better-known regional neighbors: Tanzania, Kenya, Botswana and South Africa.

But this landlocked country has some of the best national parks on the continent, mostly those bordering the Crocodile-and hippo-infested Luangwa River.

Photographer Marcus Westberg laid eyes on the muddy brown Luangwa at the age of 23. He has returned – and to the nearby luambe and North Luangwa National Parks – Half a dozen times since.



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