FAR FEATURES
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FEATURES

Our collection of feature assignments from around the world. 

ANTARCTICA AND US

To stay wild the Last Great Wilderness needs us to keep it that way. Antarctica has reached into our hearts and minds and tugged at our adventurous spirit ever since the Ancient Greeks hypothesised that a great southern continent Antarktos had to exist.

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VAPE CARVERS

In Bali we find a confluence of culture where technology, art and vape intersect as a new subculture emerges. In a grungy workshop in Tampaksiring, Bali a master carver sits bare chested and cross-legged under the deathly stare of animal skulls...

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THE STREET SADHUS OF RISHIKESH

As dawn rolls over the shoulders of the Himalayas each morning hundreds of devout Hindu holy men bask in sunshine and bathe in azure waters of the Ganges River. The Sadhus of Rishikesh are a striking sight. 

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THE LOCH NESS HUNTER

Meet the Loch Ness Hunter. In 1991 Englishman Steve Feltham sold his house and all his possessions to embark on a quest to unravel the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster. He expected to be gone for two years. Twenty-six years later and he’s still searching.

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I WAS SHOT IN JOBURG

That day we met the "I Was Shot In Joburg" boys. A collective of former street kids turned artists using disposable cameras to document their surroundings in Johannesburg, South Africa. 

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SECRETS OF THE SIKEREI

There's no distinction between daily life and the divine on Siberut, the largest island in the Mentawais and where we have travelled 60 kilometres upriver to meet animist jungle-dwelling shamans. 

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LONGNECKS OF LOIKAW

In the mountainside villages on the outskirts of Loikaw, Myanmar live the longneck ladies of a tribe carrying on a curious tradition steeped in mystery that is now entering an uncertain future, where tourism meets tradition. 

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CHOLITA WRESTLERS

The indigenous Bolivian women fighting stereotypes and grappling with decades of discrimination through wrestling. A night spent ringside with the Cholita Wrestlers. 

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THE HUMAN STATUES OF MANDALAY

In Mandalay, Myanmar the dust-covered faces of the Kyauk Sit Tan carvers draw just as much attention these days as the majestic Buddha statues they bring to life. Our feature spending the day the some of Asia's most renowned stone carvers. 

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THE MASKED MEN OF BALI

Our documentary portrait of a mask dancer and carver keeping alive his artisan culture in Mas, Bali. "Culture is the foundation of your life. It's like if you build a house, If you have strong foundations, your house will stay strong."

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FACES OF MYANMAR

Our 2017 travel photo essay from Myanmar through the people we met along the way. In a country awakening to tourism we found struggles, artists and characters at every turn. 

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ALONE IN THE QATAR DESERT

It's 50 degrees. We are alone in the desert. The only sounds are the crunch of our boots on arid rock and our camera shutter. A viper slithers past and into the shadow of the giant black steel plate that stands before us. Welcome to no man's land.

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VOLCANO HORSES

The horses of Mount Bromo with a sixth sense. They know when a volcano will erupt and warn their masters.  

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CAMEL ROBOTS

Little robots have replaced children as jockeys at camel races in Qatar. Despite human-rights abuses no longer being tolerated, animal abuse is rife in this brutal sport. 

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TSUKIJI'S LAST WORKERS

Documenting the final chapter for workers at the world's largest fish market - Tsukiji in Tokyo. The last days of the market's 80-year history. 

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JAIPUR JEWELLER

Far Features origin story. Finding inspiration in the pink city. A photo essay of a master craftsman at work in Jaipur, India. 

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