The sweeping spine of Indonesia's archipelago rages across the equator in a collection of 17,000 islands. While that figure is subject to debate, there's no denying the country - home to 260 million people - boasts some of world's most beautiful, exotic tropical land and oceanscapes.
It's also one of the most volcanic nations on Earth, with 139 volcanoes strewn throughout the chain of islands, including Mount Agung, Bali's sacred peak, which has been in a state of eruption since September and has displaced more than 100,000 Balinese.
To give back to this stunning country we love to travel and photograph, we are launching our INDO photo collection.
Fifty per cent of every photo purchase until the end of January 2018 will be donated to the Kopernik Foundation, a charity giving food, shelter and assistance to the thousands of Balinese people who have been displaced and have had to evacuate their homes.
For more information on this foundation, please see here.
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