Taryn Slawson and Branden Peak are back on the PGM blog for a second round of their series Postcards From the Road--featuring the nomadic couple's roving adventures postcard-style. Read More
Postcards from the road by Branden and Taryn (who were featured as our cover story in Volume 8, Welcome Home). We introduce the series with an outpost from White Sands Monument, in New Mexico. Read More
Spend time with Rob Stimpson and Voyageur Quest as he leads a moose photography safari deep into the backcountry of Algonquin Provincial Park. Read More

Dispatches | Kew Gardens

Posted By:Celine
A visit to the stunning Kew Gardens in London, England, with Pauline, our Dispatches columnist. Read More
I'm very excited to share these photos with you providing a tiny little glimpse inside the new issue. Themed 'Wanderlust', this issue centers on travel. It tells real stories of the adventures of our contributors, and it shares the beauty of this world with you, hopefully evoking within you a deep sense of stewardship for this place we call home. Each page holds a treasure, and visually I'm proud to say I think this is perhaps our best issue yet. The contributors who worked on this issue with me have really outdone themselves, and to take in the pages with a warm cup of tea is to spend an few hours dreaming of faraway places.
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What a lovely place! The Grounds of Alexandria is a coffee roaster alongside a café and luscious herb and heirloom vegetable garden. Located in Sydney, Australia in a circa 1900 pie factory, the café has embraced it's industrial roots by incorporating vintage industrial elements such as the exposed brick, black steel shelving, windows and doors, concrete floors, minimalist subway tiles and metal Tolix chairs. Aside from the heritage building, The Grounds is committed to sustainable practices through it's pursuit of local and fresh ingredients, most of which is harvested straight from the garden, along with eggs from their three hens. Read More
An continuation of exquisite imagery from the earlier post featuring Babylonstoren, a working farm / luxury getaway in South Africa. Read More
To travel has a constant appeal for me - there are so many places that I have yet to discover, but every so often I come across a place that sparks a wanderlust so fierce and so complete that I find myself capable of thinking of very little else. The place shown in these photos is an example of just that. Called Babylonstoren, it is a working farm that dates back to 1690 in South Africa's Cape Dutch. Read More

Nature | Trout is All

Posted By:Celine
There's just something about flyfishing I love. It's not something I have ever done, nor do I live in an area particularly conducive to it, but it's a pasttime I admire. There's a simplicity there and yet incredible technicality too. It feels so pure, and since the best flyfishing is usually in the heartland of untouched wilderness, there's a connectedness too. This video is shot in the most beautiful light, and whether you like to fish or not, simply watching the enjoyment against such a stunning backdrop will make you smile. Read More
Lately the reasons to visit NYC are stacking up, and up and up! I'm seriously hoping to be able to plan a trip this fall - I think PGM needs to cover the dynamic things happening in this city! Today I came across something really cool - Dekalb Market in Brooklyn - an outdoor vendor market created with discarded shipping containers. Read More
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