Solstice offers the chance admire the expertise of the architects of the ancient world who painstakingly designed temples, pyramids, and other intriguing buildings to align precisely to the movement of the sun.
Amid the thrum and whirl of city life, today’s street photographers patiently wait for what their forebear, the influential French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, famously termed “the decisive moment.”
A rich combination of artworks, set in a labyrinth relating art, duodji, books and archival materials, tells the long and anguished story of Norway’s treatment of indigenous Sámi communities.
Concerned islanders are rethinking old traditions to ensure the survival of this very special breed.
New documentary takes an unflinching look at the whale hunts of the Faroe Islands
Some 1.3 billion people lack regular access to electricity. With its reliable independent grid powered by wind, water and solar, a remote Scottish island could hold the key to a solution.
As imitations of Fair Isle patterns show up on catwalks around the world, the island's master knitters are taking different approaches to keeping the tradition alive.
One hundred miles off the northeast coast of Scotland, the tiny island of Foula rises sharply out of the Atlantic Ocean. When not shrouded in mist, you can make out the island’s dramatic profile from Mainland, the Shetland archipelago’s biggest island, 20 miles away. It’s a sight that has long bewitched travelers, perhaps none more so than the ancient Romans who reputedly believed it to be the fabled Ultima Thule, or place "beyond the borders of the known world."