Photographs from the Wildest Places on Earth

Over four years, wildlife photographers Peter and Beverly Pickford travelled to all seven continents to explore the Earth’s most untouched landscapes. From the Bransfield Strait of Antarctica where Cape petrels foraged on a towering iceberg, to the Namib Desert of Namibia where an oryx stood among dead trees in a dust storm, the places they visited are some of the planet’s most extreme habitats. This has a limited human settlement. Still even these isolated and unforgiving environments are being impacted by climate change and development.

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