When people think Mexico, many see golden sand, blue water and green palms. Hundreds of beaches fit this bill: some near-empty with a few palm-thatched eateries and cabañas; others busy urban beaches.
TravelIntelligent Travel Joel Sartore is, among other things, a lifelong Nebraskan, an Eagle Scout, and a veteran photographer for National Geographic magazine. He’s also someone who cares deeply about
Storytelling with photographs involves not only taking great pictures, but also editing and sequencing the work for the best effect. Most of my experience in photojournalism has been working on National
It's not often you associate hitting the slopes with the Sahara desert – but that hasn't stopped one determined entrepreneur from keeping a ski hire shop open among the dunes for the past 30 years, despite
Changing Planet This image of comet ISON was taken in November 2013, when the comet was 97 million miles from Earth. This week comet 209P/LINEAR will come much closer, but it won’t be as bright, because
One herd of zebras migrates more than 300 miles across Namibia and Botswana—farther than any other known African mammal. A population of zebras surprised biologists by making a more than 300-mile beeline