Working out of a shop in Newport Rhode Island Anthony Daniels (@wouldboat) and a small team of fellow carpenters are restoring Santana a 55-foot (17-meter) schooner once owned by Humphrey Bogart. I salvaged a bunch of the original mahogany planks with plans to build a guitar he says.  It was the lure of the ocean and boat-makings elegant marriage of art and craft that uprooted Anthony and his wife Meridith (@thewayfaringweaver) from their comfortable lives in New York City where she worked…

Working out of a shop in Newport Rhode Island Anthony Daniels (@wouldboat) and a small team of fellow carpenters are restoring Santana a 55-foot (17-meter) schooner once owned by Humphrey Bogart. I salvaged a bunch of the original mahogany planks with plans to build a guitar he says. It was the lure of the ocean and boat-makings elegant marriage of art and craft that uprooted Anthony and his wife Meridith (@thewayfaringweaver) from their comfortable lives in New York City where she worked…

Photograph by @paulnicklen for @natgeo. Last night I was out with a team of Alaskan scientists looking for sea otters when we were approached by a small pod of orcas. I have seen a lot of orcas in the wild however these ones were incredibly interactive. They loved to swim under the boat bow ride and the large male even breached 20 feet off our port. We are photographing a very important story on the effects of warm water off the Western coast of the US BC and Alaska and the results thus far…

Photograph by @paulnicklen for @natgeo. Last night I was out with a team of Alaskan scientists looking for sea otters when we were approached by a small pod of orcas. I have seen a lot of orcas in the wild however these ones were incredibly interactive. They loved to swim under the boat bow ride and the large male even breached 20 feet off our port. We are photographing a very important story on the effects of warm water off the Western coast of the US BC and Alaska and the results thus far…

Photo @ladzinski / The remains of an old boat slowly being overtaken by vegetation near #stokksness beach in South East Iceland. With an average of 100 inches of rain annually nature has little problem overtaking anything that resembles a large flower pot. by natgeo

Photo @ladzinski / The remains of an old boat slowly being overtaken by vegetation near #stokksness beach in South East Iceland. With an average of 100 inches of rain annually nature has little problem overtaking anything that resembles a large flower pot. by natgeo

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