The Original Pursuit of Happiness We're often told that our search for happiness is a modern, millennial affair. That we've lost touch with
These are the two core questions that emerge through a visit to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. They bubble
In the Cool Shade of the Cork Tree Cork. It's one of those words I love. Short, sweet and to the point, stirring up memories of emerald isles,
From far away, the cold, soft light of the moon cuts across the lake to rest on fresh, fluffed snow. The lake I knew only by name, Torassieppi,
The Stories the Stones Tell in Menorca No, not the Rolling Stones. The still stones. The ones that, by all accounts, should be gathering
Think Slow Close your eyes at the top of Mount Subiaso and you can hear the call of the owls. Their birdsong drifts through the windows with
Today, we are all so connected. So much so that as the ferry sped across the sparkling, foaming blue, I managed to snap this shot and tweet
The history of the earth can be read in volcanoes and sediments or, on a trek across the Antarctic, in the ice. Especially when viewed from the
Climbing the Dragon's Spine, China It curved and clawed away from me as I stared down its spine, the spine of the dragon. Taut, terraced and
Is it Burma or Myanmar? I arrived under cover of darkness. Deep, night, darkness. I queued. I waited. And then, breathless, I rushed
When the change came, the island held its breath. What would happen the following day? Would people turn up to work? Or would they leave?...
Part two about slavery in Barbados - and how it's not what you might expect.
The Club, Barbados My room has the perfect view. At dawn, sparkle spills across the ocean as the sun breathes life into the space of another
We navigate upstream in dugout canoes. A man with an outboard motor is in the back...
I love this photo. I love the smoke, I love the skin creases...