Chris Rainer has spent 30 years traveling to some of the most remote places on Earth to take photos of endangered cultures.
See why this village in Laos is using bomb parts from The Secret War to build their community.
War leaves behind scarred earth and communities left to pick up the pieces, trying to rebuild the life they once knew. And in some cases, using the remnants of war to do just that.
Why are so many travelers drawn to places of tragedy, disaster, and death?
Photographer Andrew Fladeboe has travelled the world documenting the unique relationship that has developed over centuries between man and dog, in a series called Shepherd’s Realm.
Photography is a powerful tool that can change the way we see the world. Find out how candid photos like this one have made an impact. http://news.discovery.com/adventure/videos/how-a-candid-photo-can-change-your-perception-150616.htm
Humpback whales are known to be one of the most majestic mammals on Earth, but what happens when a diver winds up between them?
Many photographers use high-tech gear like drones to capture images from above, but one man has a more simple method -- a kite.
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