BACK ISSUES - Winter 2015 Read more Men gone wild By Michelle Hespe Meet three photographers who travel the world photographing some of the world's most rare and beautiful creatures in an effort to educate people while preserving species and the wilderness. Read more Roads less travelled By Rob McFarland There are plenty of famous road trips criss-crossing the USA, but if you want to journey along some lesser-known routes brimming with colourful locals and wild landscapes, then check out these beauties. Read more Dance to the beat of Bahla By Andy Jaroscz With strong African and Portugese roots, the city of Salvador in Brazil's Bahla region has developed into an exciting hub where music, dance, art, and great food bring its vibrant culture to life. Read more Magic in the mountains By Michelle Hespe From the indigenous Australians who inhabited the mountains thousands of years ago and their ancestors, to the millions of people who have explored them since, the Blue Mountains are a place of astounding natural beauty. Read more 48 Hours in Dubrovnik By Miranda Luby Be captivated by the Mediterranean charm and culinary delights of this ancient Croatian city surrounded by an azure sea. Read more Big cats & Winter By Charlie Sweet Meet Steve Winter – a photographer and activist determined to connect people with nature by keeping important conversations and the world's big cats alive. Read more Eco Sojourn By Charlie Sweet Thala Beach Nature Reserve is not only a haven for the many animals and birds that have made it home, but also for the guests who have discovered this low-key retreat hidden in Northern Queensland rainforest. Read more Into the Light By Michelle Hespe Michelle Hespe visits Salvatore Zofrea – a globally celebrated Italian painter who found a fresh direction, and himself, in the wildflowers of Australia. Read more Roaming with rhinos By Emma Gregg Travel to the Greater Kruger in northeast South Africa and you’ll be privy to some of the most spectacular wildlife sightings in all of Africa, while contributing to their long-term preservation. Read more Tracing Oman By Michelle Hespe In Oman, traditional culture is intrinsically woven into the fabric of modern day society.