— Jim Casper
An enlightening, wide-ranging interview with NGM editor Kathy Moran—touching upon humanity's visual storytelling DNA, the transformative power of images and the fundamental universality of photography.
Drawing on the centuries-long tradition of portraying agriculture in a heroic light, these photographs celebrate the intimate and spiritual practices of modern-day local farmers.
The largest British overseas military camp since WWII—a mere month after being handed over to the Afghan army—lies in the hands of the Taliban. These silent, contemplative landscapes offer a poignant reflection on what will (and won't) remain of the West's extended stay.