Archive for December, 2014

Best of 2014

Best of 2014
Planning your travels for the new year? Dream of new destinations with the best travel books of 2014. Here are, in our humble opinion, the Year’s Best Reads for the traveler — carefully culled and reviewed for your reading pleasure — including cultural portraits, memoir, photography and, of course, travelogues. The Broken Road. Assembled from Leigh
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Melting Away

Melting Away
A widely published and celebrated photographer, Camille Seaman has built a career on majestic portraiture. Over a 10-year period, she traveled to the poles as an expedition photographer to document the rapidly changing face of the Arctic and Antarctic regions. In her new book Melting Away, Seaman offers a masterful series of 75 photos of
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Extreme Adventure

Extreme Adventure
Kindly contributed by Longitude co-founder Darrel Schoeling.   Inveterate traveler and photographer Peter Guttman — as you will soon discover from his just-published Extreme Adventure, A Photographic Exploration of Wild Experiences — likes to have fun! Open any page of this marvelously photographed roundup of amazing things to do around the world and you too
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The Red Sea

The Red Sea
Kindly contributed by photographer Jeffrey Rotman, whose work has appeared in National Geographic, Life, Time and The New York Times Magazine. In his recent book, The Last Fisherman, Rotman’s remarkable portraiture brings us face-to-face with increasingly fragile ocean ecosystems and the effects of illegal fishing and overfishing.   I packed my rucksack, sleeping bag, and
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