by Irina Lut London is a big, busy city and I relish the times when I get to escape the madness. Last weekend, I visited a friend who lives outside the city and we went on a hike with her … Continue reading Light Shows of London
by Nina Oberg, a student at Boston College currently studying abroad on the Galápagos Islands. A short hike away from La Loberia on San Cristobal in the Galápagos Islands, you can find a small cove teeming with life. Surfing around … Continue reading Wildlife on the Galápagos Islands
by Martin Ramirez As a kid my dad used to tell me that predicting the weather in Bogota was easy. “If the mountains were full of clouds it was because it was going to rain… If the mountains were not … Continue reading Bogotá and the Weather
by Maria Prebble Fifty miles outside of Bangkok lay the ruins of Ayutthaya, the once prosperous and cosmopolitan capital of the Siamese Kingdom. In 1767 the Burmese army sacked the city, destroying Buddhist temples and palaces. In the years that … Continue reading Buddha in Ayutthaya
Having grown up in an ecologically barren and vastly flat part of Texas that smells of feedlots on windy days, Audrey developed an appreciation of more lush and interesting landscapes. However, through her current role as Habitat Exchange Program Specialist … Continue reading Audrey Archer
by Dr. Lindsey Rustad. Photos by Joe Klementovich, Courtesy of Hubbard Brook Research Foundation. Scientists corral one of nature’s most destructive forces — ice — in two 60 x 90 ft research plots at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest on … Continue reading Creating an Ice Storm in New Hampshire
by Gregg Thomas As I began to learn photography and spend more time outdoors, I started to pay real attention to what types of birds were in the area. I started to be able to identify them, and most importantly, … Continue reading How Close Have You Gotten to a Pied-billed Grebe?
by Gregg Thomas. The Monarch Butterfly. We’ve known about them during our entire lives. I’m almost embarrassed to say that before I really got into photography, they passed me by… literally. Sure, I’d admire them, and they’re gorgeous to look … Continue reading Monarch Butterflies in Okaloosa County, FL
by Irina Lut Sometimes a North American winter can be rough. The last few years have brought big storms… the type that completely cover backyard doors in snow and leave people without power for nearly a week around the holidays … Continue reading Canadian Winters
The Duke Chronicle has published a feature on One World, Two Feet! The article outlines both the origins of our site, as well as our overall mission. Check it out here. Continue reading Duke Chronicle Features One World, Two Feet
Hiking is a wonderful way to see new places, connect with the outdoors, and get some exercise. We’ve chosen three of our favorite hikes from around the world: see all below! Akaka Falls Hawaii, USA ~ Audrey Archer Hands down … Continue reading Three of Our Favorite Hikes from around the World
Happy Holidays from One World, Two Feet! Continue reading Happy Holidays!