There are many stories about the origins of cyclocross. One is that European road racers in the early 1900s would race each other to the next town over from them and that they were allowed to cut through farmers' fields or over fences, or take any other shortcuts, in order to make it to the next town first. This was sometimes called steeple chase as the only visible landmark in the next town was often the steeple.
Iqaluit is the remote capital city of the Nunavut Territory. Nestled in the corner of Baffin Island, this dusty townscape is a gateway to polar bear, beluga whale, caribou, and rolling tundra.
La Riviera Nayarit
The Riviera Nayarit is over 300km of beautiful coastline in the Mexican state of Nayarit. Cocooned by the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra Madre Occidental mountain range, here dazzles a precious treasure of Mexico.
Roasted With Love
For twenty years, Oso Negro has sought to retain the authenticity and artisanal quality of its coffees and the community warmth of its cafe. They appreciate clean air, fresh water, good food and fine coffee and embody these ideals in their ethically sourced organic beans. Roasted with love in the mountains of British Columbia.
During the Mexican Revolution Pancho Villa himself captured this colonial city during the Battle of Zacatecas. Today Zacatecas is a Unesco World Heritage Site and a favourite stop along the "Ruta de la Plata" or Silver Route. The city is called "con rostro de cantera rosa y corazón de plata" (face of pink stone and heart of silver) because of the pink stone that many of its iconic, colonial buildings are made of and the silver that has spurred its development and history.
The Chilcotin, a land of vast rivers, landscapes, deserts, and mountains. The region is steeped in history and wild in character.
A Sense of Place
Landscapes and vistas. Take yourself somewhere new.
Studies in the human form.
From relentless clouds of black flies in the summer to -40 centigrade in the spring, the hunt for gold in Nunavut Territory has never been an easy task.
A collection of portraits of British Columbia treeplanters.
"There’s gold, and it’s haunting and haunting; It’s luring me on as of old; Yet it isn’t the gold that I’m wanting So much as just finding the gold. It’s the great, big, broad land ’way up yonder, It’s the forests where silence has lease; It’s the beauty that thrills me with wonder, It’s the stillness that fills me with peace."
From The Spell of the Yukon, by Robert Service
A Treeplanting Story
Black and white documentary photography of treeplanting in the interior of British Columbia, Canada.