A new view of what deserts are like emerges from Marilyn Jones' visit to Jordan's mountainous area.
Professor Abe concludes his series on visiting Namibia with safaris in Etosha National Park. Be sure to check out some of these wonderful wildlife scenes.
A surprising discovery—wild truffles in a hotel rooftop garden—has gourmets and botanists dreaming of delicious riches.
DrFumblefinger loves mountains and has seen many great ones during his travels. A favorite is the three "horned" section of the Paines Massif in Chile's Torres del Paine National Park.
A new website for hikers and bikers in Portugal's southern region has been launched by the national tourism board.
A 16th-century artist with a taste for whimsy helps us mark the transition this week to winter.
Part 2 of Professor Abe's 3 part series through the fascinating desert landscapes and old German towns in Namibia.
Kirsten Hines' series on exploring Nature in England concludes, with a stop at a National Park that requires her to rethink what "national park" actually means in this long settled and farmed landscape.
A winter wonderland, DrFumblefinger shares photos of snow-shoeing on Mt. Spokane after a fresh snow-fall.
Palau hopes to preserve its relatively-pristine environment by asking visitors to sign a pledge to tread lightly.
Two intrepid cavers find a new set of ice-age caverns under the city of Montreal. The city has hopes of it becoming an attraction.
Paul Hunter has been about recently, capturing photos of the first snow on the beautiful landscapes of North Yorkshire.
Google's Street View Trekker helps Australian scientists track a migration of red crabs from forest to sea to spawn.
Pierre Renault shares a lovely prairie sunrise....
A lovely English waterfall beautifully captured by photographer Ian Cook.