BACK ISSUES - Winter 2014 Read more Big Cat Diary By Mark Jenkins An African safari opens a father’s eyes to the true nature of lions, and to his teenage daughter. Read more War and Peace: The Italian Dolomites By Lisa Gerrard-Sharp A spell in the Dolomites will leave you renewed—a war bore, fitter but slightly fatter, and serene as a Buddhist monk. Read more Colours of Shan By Ewen Bell Traditional markets near Inle Lake attract villagers from Myanmar's remote Shan state—and increasingly numbers of curious foreigners. Read more People Who Care: Joost Bakker By Michelle Hespe Waste Not, Want Not. Joost Bakker is on a Mission. Read more Under Cover By Michelle Hespe Michelle Hespe talks to National Geographic photographer David Doubilet about the ocean, his photography and where his career began. Read more The Other Great White By Kenneth Brower Antarctica remains the world’s last great wilderness, but global warming is gradually transforming the continent’s ecosystem. What does the future hold? Read more Top 10: New York With Kids By Rob McFarland Top 10 kid-pleasers in New York you might not have heard of. Read more The Lost World By Keith Bellows The Amazon was once a place where few travellers journeyed. Not today, but some things haven't changed.