In a fish-eye’s view, tourists peer down at aquarium fish in Miami, Florida, 1963.Photograph by Winfield Parks, National Geographic
Buried in blue haziness
on the edge of life.
This savage reef break in Western Australia was dubbed Cyclops by the bodyboarders who first discovered it. ‘For shooting empties it doesn’t get any better,’ says WA photographer Russell Ord, ‘but it’s a deadly place to surf. Photos don’t really portray…
Long Legs On the Beach
Local emus take a break from the red sand of the desert, enjoying the white for a change.
Nugget Point Lighthouse - Southland, New Zealand
Edge of the World
Cliffs along the Great Australian Bight, spanning the border between Western Australia and South…