Keith Montero

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Under pressure, Silicon Valley workers turn to LSD microdosing

It's 7am on a sunny Friday in a shared house in the sleepy San Francisco neighbourhood of Richmond. Flatmates buzz in and out of the kitchen as Lily …

10 of the least-visited US national parks

With US national parks such as Yosemite and Yellowstone facing overcrowding, we take a look at 10 beautiful but little-known parks where you’re more likely to see a bear, moose or ‘champion tree’ than another human. Tell us about your experiences in less-trodden parks by clicking the Witness button …

10 breathtaking abandoned places you should visit this summer

It's a fantasy of many to find an abandoned place that has a striking history and to just see it decaying. There are actually plenty of abandoned spots in Europe that have astounding beauty and where nature has reclaimed its rights. So especially for you, the Trip4real team has selected some of the …

Abandoned Buildings

10 Real-Life Lairs Fit for a Bond Supervillain

10 Real-Life Lairs Fit for a Bond SupervillainEverettFlickrPeter Lik Fine Art Photography/FacebookGettyInhabitat/FacebookGuy Harvey/FacebookAlexis …

Exploring Street Photography, part one

<b>Part 1: Street Photography, it’s about mood and moment not minutiae</b><p>What is Street Photography? I believe it’s about capturing life in the street, …

Best Gear for Street Photography

Photograph by Jeff Cabella<p>Street photography has never been more popular, and it's as fashionable amongst younger hipsters as it is amongst more …

Picturing an Imaginary Animal Kingdom

Picture Stories<p>I first saw Simen Johan’s work at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York City a couple of years ago.<p>I was totally struck not only by the beauty of the imagery but also by how much it expresses, in a very personal way, ideas about habitat, climate change, critical species, and man’s …