Birds, Whales, and Much More Overlanding isn't just about the drive, and many of those who enjoy it have interests that perfectly pair with life in the wilderness. Beyond vistas and natural formations, an interest in wildlife goes hand in hand with a love of the outdoors.
Celebrating Earth’s Beautiful Places with Overland the Americas There’s a photograph of Ernesto López Pérez and Taisa Welhasch of Overland the Americas I’ve always loved. The pair are standing at the 18,871-foot (5,752m) summit of Mount Pisco in Huascarán National Park, Perú. They’re framed by an azure sky,
A Mad Max - inspired Pan-American trip with solo traveler Joanie Pépin “Where must we go, we who wander this wasteland, in search of our better selves.” —The First History Man, Mad Max: Fury Road Sunlight filters through the dusty remnants of broken windowpanes, streaming into an abandoned
Photographing the animal kingdom … without becoming part of the food chain A midday sun beat down on the northern reaches of Australia’s Top End, tapping the desiccated soil for any remaining moisture and sending the mercury toward the century mark. We were somewhere between Cairns and
700 Years of Life on the Mesa To wrap up our celebration of National Parks Week, We're rounding out our spotlights with one last destination to add to any road trip. Mesa Verde National Park is home to a diverse array of wildlife, the site of deep
Travel Photography Made Easy Traveling and photography often go hand in hand. Many are inspired to travel when they see breathtaking photographs of exotic locations on social media, books and magazines. This often creates a desire to travel. With your rig packed and an epic trip ahead
Creative Photography and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Light. This thin slice of the electromagnetic radiation spectrum—wavelengths that are visible to the eye—has mystified philosophers and polymaths dating back to the first millennium B.C. The light emitted by the sun, along with the energy it delivers to our blue planet,
The art of aerial photography … at your fingertips Aerial photography hit the fast track when Orville and Wilbur Wright launched the “Wright Flyer” in 1903, finding its place in military reconnaissance aircraft such as World War I-era B.E.2c and the Cold War Lockheed U-2. Since the beginning