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Celebrated National Geographic photographer George Steinmetz spent the last 15 years paragliding high above the world’s “extreme deserts” for a stunning new photography book.
Not all drones in the world are spies. This stunning shot of a Swiss expedition conquering the 19,685-foot Trango Tower in the Karakoram mountain range was taken from a remote-controlled helicopter.
Sporting camps aren’t just for solo fly fishing anymore. Here are our favorite places to take the family for an active week away from it all.
The Outer Banks, a slender thread of islands off the coast of North Carolina, is one of the East Coast’s best-kept secrets.
Happy 4th of July! Astoria, Queens, got to have its fireworks display a week ago — and we got to capture this incredible 360 degree view.
It’s called the city that never sleeps — and for good reason. Photographer Stephen Wilkes captured New York City from morning to night in one frame with these stunning photos.
“I have always been fascinated by the way the city’s energy ebbs and flows from morning to night,” Wilkes told The Daily.
His surreal-like “Day to Night” series of cityscapes comes from shooting 10 hours from the same perspective. His photography is what he describes as “a visualization of the energy that is New York.”
New York Harbor seen from the Brooklyn Bridge. Can you spot the Statue of Liberty? (Taken with Instagram)
Our Travel section took a trip to St. John, the smallest and most pristine of the Virgin Islands. Sit back, relax, and we’ll plan the trip for you.
Photos by Steve Simonsen and David LaHuta
It’s a small world after all, if you’re a photographer named Bryan Solarski.
His whimsical photographs of familiar landscapes use a tilt-shift technique to make them look like they’re miniatures inhabited by tiny dolls.