Living Up to an Alpine Legacy in the White Mountains

It was one of those moments when you could feel your heart pounding in your entire body. With the ice axe in one hand and my ski touring pole in the other, I attempted to…

In Search of Hampi: South India’s Lost City by Motorcycle

The rider in front of me is testing the door handle of the car next to him and eyeing the passenger’s purse. The soldier I asked for directions a moment ago just watched a moped…

Pack Your Bags: Iceland Roadtrip

If you’ve ever spent more than three minutes scrolling through Instagram, you know that Iceland is so hot right now. Well not literally, it’s actually miserably cold this time of year, but you know what…

10 Tips for the First Time Exploring the PNW

Jonathan Taylor Sweet Takes Us To Kenya

Wayward sat down with Seattle-based professional photographer Jonathan Taylor Sweet to learn more about his creative process, staying inspired, and how Kenya changed his life. We dare you not to fall in love with his…

5 Favorite Chicago Bars for Winter 2019

Winter is here and the snow has already buried cars. As the temperature continues to drop it’s time to find your local watering hole. Here are a few favorites to keep you warm throughout the…

5 Tips for Shooting in the Rain

As a travel photographer, I have to be prepared to shoot in all kinds of weather. Sometimes that means a crisp, clear morning with the perfect sunrise over Istanbul but just as often I face…

Go Back in Time for a Behind the Scenes Look: Perpetual Motion in “Tejas”

If you were to ask a kid to draw one of the 50 States, other than their own, you’ll likely end up with a rough outline of the Lone Star State. It is, after all,…

Vintage Photos & Techniques with Lomography

Photographing with film is always an exciting and unpredictable medium.  As new models of “a dying art” re-emerge into the market, how do you know which analog camera is best for you? Though there are…

Gifts for Adventurous Photographers

The Farm/Art Dtour: A Midwest Gem

Driving through the Midwest can often be a drag. Nothing but corn fields and the occasional farm animal. Except there’s so much more to that when you stop and dig a little deeper.  That’s exactly…

Recharged: Why Being Disconnected Is the Best Way to Connect

It was the last day of summer with rain in the forecast for the changing season, but the two-hour ferry wait was proof that many of us had the same goal to get out of…

Effective Altruism: How to Support Sustainability, While Still Enjoying Nature

Johnie Gall “Dirtbag Darling” interviewed by Laura Visconti Q: Can you walk us through a day-in-the-life? Where in the world are you today? A: I am perpetually bouncing around the country for work, but right now…

Let The Music Play: Celebrating Seattle’s Iconic Venues

With a rich musical history spanning from the early 1900’s to the present time, Seattle is a music city through and through. It may be the most musically rich city in the country per capita…

Lucky Shot: Interview With COOPH Photographer Craig Semetko

Craig Semetko started traveling the world as a performer and comedy writer. Working for some of today’s largest corporations, Semetko found himself in a number of far-flung locals and decided on a whim to start…