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Morromico Bay, Chocó, Colombia | July, 2018

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Ganges - Source to Sea

The Ganges River in India is the most revered and reviled in the world, worshipped by a billion Hindus and reviled by millions because if its horrific pollution. Follow the river 1,600 miles, source-to-sea, in this photo essay.


The reasons to be grateful are many, and they’re all around us, every day. The sun rising. Our lungs filling and hearts beating. A loved one beside us, or their memory to guide us. The sun setting, its ebbing light holding the promise of tomorrow. Sitting around the dinner table, holding hands, and saying what we’re grateful for.

A Toilet for All

Did you know that globally, some 4.2 billion (yes, BILLION) people lack access to a toilet?
Let's help change that.


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The Sherpas (and sherpas) of Everest

It's that time of year again - another Everest season has begun, and the presses are churning. (Be sure to visit Explorer's Web for coverage and information.) For me, I am waiting to find out if I will be returning to the mountain this spring for a major film project. I cannot disclose the details […]


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The Search for Andrew Irvine, 2004

Jake Norton discovers a mystery camp high on the Northeast Ridge of Mount Everest - high altitude archaeology in action!


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