And occasionally goes six months without human contact.
Sometimes stupidly perfect waves are worth being chased by the military.
Meanwhile, in Russia…
Tara Rice travels to the lost city of Timbuktu, West Africa.
There’s more to Japan than sushi and karaoke.
From the Clarence to the Tweed, from Yamba to Kingscliff, the Northern Rivers region of NSW knows no peer.
Pearce Leal travelled to an archipelago between mainland Norway and the North Pole. He didn’t sleep much due to all the polar bears, glaciers, whales and 24 hours of daylight.
The Adventure Handbook’s got some tales to tell.
Come prepared and you’re in for a hell of a trip.
Crazy fucking Russians.
The new Deus surf film is the perfect Indonesian ad.
The internet, travel, and who he thinks will be the next president of the United States.
John Feely’s Mongolia photos are really quite exceptional.
Wide open spaces and making the greatest of the fallen stars, Tiger Woods, seem human again. A photographic journey within.
Woody Gooch has only slapped full-time photographer on his tax return for a year. Now the kid’s shooting for Dior.
Vaughan and Tom venture out into the middle of nowhere and project images onto nature’s finest faces, then photograph them for your viewing pleasure. They call the project ‘The Nameless’. Find out more about it here.
Australian Photographer Raptor Blood spent a month driving through New Zealand. See his incredible images here.
TAH are hosting their very own photo competition, and they’ve asked co-founder of Monster Children, Hollywood, to be the judge and jury. Find out more here.
We followed father and son duo Herbie and Nathan Fletcher down to Baja to make a short film and accompanying zine entitled Peninsula South. See them here.
Heading to Canggu, Bali? Take note: surf the main break, party at Pretty Poison, sleep at Canggu Beach Inn, eat at Varuna, get a free tattoo at Deus, and enjoy single minute of it.