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Travels

Blues and greens, ice and mountains … it’s a peaceful day in Drygalski Fjord, South Georgia. Meet the North and Eric Guth have traveled extensively in the polar regions with National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions. From Russia, Iceland, Norway and other Arctic nations all the way down to the Antarctic ice, there’s nowhere quite like South Georgia….

Get up early

Get up early

We are working with National Geographic Expeditions this week to share some words and images from South Georgia. I was there for the first time this season and Oh la la!!! Sunrise, South Georgia. It’s peaceful but not quiet. Waves lap the shore, penguins call, seals and sea lions squawk and roar. This island gives…

Powerful Lena

Powerful Lena

More from Yakutia: the Lena Pillars of the mighty Lena river. Look at any map of Russia and you can see the Lena. She is powerful. I had been wanting to visit these banks ever since I started looking at maps and planning canoe trips. In the end, I arrived in a van that Yakutians…

No fences

No fences

I haven’t told you much about the Arctic horses yet. They are beautiful survivors. They wander the taiga, over permafrost, in the coldest region of the world that is permanently inhabited by humans. They are semi-wild. People own them, but they feed themselves and wander far and free. No fences. Photo Eric Guth

The Cockroach

The Cockroach

Come along! Sign up! My next newsletter comes out tomorrow. Previously unreleased photos from Russia, links to new audio stories, and a letter from me to you. Even a song that has inspired me on the road – and I’ll tell you why this custom tundra vehicle is called The Cockroach. I send these out…