It is my view that men and women have each have a different approach to exploring. While men seek to conquer, women seek to understand. Perhaps this is the reason that women explorers traditionally get short shrift.
I have spent over two decades photographing the flora, fauna and landscapes of these islands and on each trip discover new subjects and ways to capture them. I was recently asked to share some of my photo tips and the way that I "get the shot."
Exploration has never been more popular than today. It is alive and well. The simplistic claim that apart from the deepest oceans and outer space, there is nowhere left to explore, is wrong. The world isn't fully explored and never will be.
The Tea Horse Road, one of the globe's oldest journeys, is only now being recognized for its endurance and its contribution to the history of the Himalayas and ancient China. Over 3,000 miles through some of the most daunting terrain on Earth.