It’s an RV life for Yurok kids on the California coast

It was eerily quiet and we woke to a dense fog. Creeping out of our tents, we stretched and surveyed the port where we...

2021 Underwater Photography

Most of our planet is made of water. It makes sense, then, that some of Earth’s most photogenic scenery lies beneath the sea. Since...

Travel Photographer of the Year 2020 – in pictures

From majestic landscapes, intimate animal portraits and intriguing night-time views beneath the ocean’s surface, to glimpses of cultures across the world, the winning images...

Eyes wide for the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch – a photo essay

For much of the past 12 months, while we haven’t been able to venture further than the local park or the end of our...

Hamburg’s harbour giants create a beach scene like no other | Celia Topping

I’d only been to Hamburg once before: in the depths of winter, when hunkering down in a dingy St Pauli bar was the main...

‘Not enough work, not enough money’: can this Kyrgyz village survive without tourists? A...

It has been over a decade since Umar Tashbekov saw his opportunity. His village, Sary-Mogol in Kyrgyzstan, at an altitude of 3,600 metres, is...

‘It symbolises the end of the year and the new one beginning’: folk dance...

The photograph is part of a personal project called Ritual, which documents costumes and traditions across the north-east of Romania. In 2018, I spent...

Bluetits and Bluebells: Essex’s open water swimmers – a photo essay

An Essex town is experiencing an explosion in popularity of cold water swimming. One Facebook page for people wanting to swim in Leigh-on-Sea, which...

Win a trip to Iceland in 2021

Icelandic outerwear company 66˚North is partnering with adventure photographers Benjamin Hardman and Alex Strohl to offer a photography-themed trip to Iceland in 2021. The...

My year of roaming free in Cornwall – a photo essay

The last embers of my fire flicker orange and red in the dark. It has warmed me after my evening swim shared with a...