From Mount Fuji to Chile and Galapagos, PELI Adventurer Magnus Bruun conquers them all

“I’m a young Danish guy who picked up my first camera 4 years ago”, says Magnus, but his age is no measure when it comes to the fantastic content that he creates. From climbing Mount Fuji in “insane” weather conditions to spending months documenting beautiful Chile, there’s no adventure Magnus won’t conquer. What motivates you? I’m especially motivated by the people that I meet and by identifying the best places to shoot great pictures. The nice comments that I receive…
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A Day in the Life of Malcolm Airey – Field Guide, British Antarctic Survey

What is a typical day like for you? Days in the life as a Field Guide for the British Antarctic Survey are very rarely the same! Our principal role is the provision of field camp and travel safety for the many different scientists operating all over West Antarctica in the summer field season.  Depending on the science project we are assisting with, we could be assisting with radaring glaciers, sampling rocks on geology projects, general camp management on large-scale ice-core…
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Through the lens of PELI Ambassador Toby Roney

Delve into the mind of adventure photographer Toby Roney, who has been taking photos since the age of 11 when he stole his dad’s camera and started taking photos of whatever he could. His passion for photography and adventure turned into a lifestyle and he has never looked back… always learning, always exploring. A post shared by Toby Roney (@tobyroney) on Sep 16, 2017 at 6:42pm PDT Toby is no stranger to adventure. One of his most memorable moments was…
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