Scenes from the east coast of America
Winners and commended photos from our competition
Hurricanes, coastal erosion and a lot of houses on stilts.
The Everglades, Miami and the Space Coast
Tim and Will take to the air above the delta
The incredible wildlife and people of the Mississippi delta
Music and mayhem in the heart of Louisiana
High living on New England's plushest sandbar
Bright kids and a beautiful school on Mexico's Atlantic coast
Colombia to Mexico on the good ship Tasco
Cartagena, the Caribbean and the cockfight
Trying to keep up with Venezuela's most famous explorer
Tim and Will venture into the lost world. But what to wear?
Gold, cowboys and a capital city below the sea
Deforestation and cattle ranching on the highway north of Manaus
The remains of Henry Ford's Amazonian dream
Life on the banks of the world's largest river
Hammocks, wailing babies and pirates selling cheese.
Giant fish and unknown fruit at the mouth of the Amazon
Life through the lens of Joe's iphone camera
Sand dunes, sunsets and Will's tiny pants
From seed to supermarket. A day at Brazil's largest melon farm.
Stranded in Brazil awaiting a car. But who's complaining?
From construction to its miraculous arrival in Brazil.
The wonderful variety of life on board Safmarine Bayete.
BBQs, lifeboat drills and boiler suits.
Coastal erosion and friendly chiefs on the gold coast.
Recycling European electrical waste in Western Accra. Fridges, computers and a lot of sparks.
There were no roads between Liberia and Cote d'Ivoire. Just lots of rebels and monkeys.
Liberia lurks in the shadow of civil war. Can a brighter future emerge?
Illegal logging, children quarrying, and lots of homeless chimps.
Pride and poverty in Freetown's slum.
Beautiful landscapes, political turmoil and terrible roads.
Inspiring school in the centre of the city. Hope for the future.
A failed state with an executed president and a beautiful archipeligo of tropical islands.
The delta regions of Gambia and Senegal suffer high rates of coastal erosion and flooding. Some snaps of our work there.
Gunjur Upper Basic School. Cheeky, earnest, handsome and beautiful.
A former slave island near Dakar that now hosts one of Senegal's top schools.
Incredible photos of Mauritania from the air by Simon Nancy and Marion Broquere.
A quick snapshot of the bustling fish market in the low-lying city of St. Louis, Senegal.
Where the Sahara meets the sea in Mauritania. Wild, flat, bleak and increasingly threatened by sea-level change.
We crossed over 1000 miles of desert landscapes burned bare by the sun.
A Safi sardine factory proved a fascinating space for portraits of Morrocan workers.
From elegant Moorish architecture and cosmopolitan cities to the remote Sahara desert.
Freezing cold nights, too many baguettes and some extremely welcoming friends. We whizzed through Europe learning to live out of the back of our car.
A small slection of photos from our hurried drive down the west coast of Britain.
Throughout our visits to schools, we have been taking photos of pupils enjoying (or not) our lessons. Here is a very honest selection.
The start and end point of our expedition. The beautiful island of Tiree.