For Africa Geographic

There is a moving moment in the film Born Free, when Elsa the lioness walks towards Joy and George Adamson, played by actors Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna.… Read more

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For Sidetracked Magazine

The aircraft’s thermometer registered -20˚C as we circled over Lac Laporte in eastern Quebec. To the far north, miles of low snowy hills and frozen waterways stretched to the Arctic border… Read more

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For Somerset Life

Photographer Matilda Temperley talks to Joanna Eede about her recent projects and her magical childhood roaming on the Somerset Levels… Read more

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For BBC Wildlife Magazine

Some years ago, conservation biologist Dr. Alayne Oriol-Cotterill was tracking, on foot, a radio-collared lion through miombo woodland in Zimbabwe.  The GPS signal was weakening, suggesting the lion was moving away.  Alayne started to sprint and,… Read more

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For The Times Travel

I climbed the rigging of the old Norwegian fishing boat to watch an orange moon rising over the Alboran Sea. It was midnight in Andalucia, southern Spain.
A motorboat chugged quietly into harbour and moored beside… Read more

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For The Daily Beast, Great Escapes | 2014

There’s nothing like a remote trek through Morocco to help you find freedom and peace of mind…especially when the day ends with Berber whiskey and a delicious lamb tagine.Read more

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For The Daily Beast, Travel | 2014

There’s nothing like a safari to disconnect from human life and get back to nature. But get out of the 4×4 and walk instead, insists Joanna Eede.Read more

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Victoria Falls

For The Daily Mail 

“Look, it’s easy,” said the guide.  “All you have to do is hang your head over the edge, and I’ll hold your feet to make sure you don’t fall.”
I was sitting in Devil’s Pool, a…

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For Journey’s Magazine

 

We rounded a corner high in the olive hills of the southern Peloponnese; below us lay the colours of the Mani.
On one side, the sea swept across the Gulf of Messinia in a block of… Read…

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For The Daily Beast, Great Escapes | 2014

The beautiful island of Santorini is imbued with the history of some of the earliest civilizations. A new hotel allows visitors to live like those settlers…nestled in the cliffside.Read more

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For The Times Travel

The throaty grunt of a lion woke me. Through the mesh windows of the tent I watched a half-moon rising over the Kapapa hills. Then the grunt again: closer. I remembered the words of the camp… Read more

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For The Observer

On a promontory outside the Church of San Nicolás, a flamenco guitarist with a long, raven-black perm plays for the tourists. His feet are squashed into tiny Cuban heels, his case open for coppers. It is glaringly… Read…

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For Geographical

“On a cold morning in October, I left Khovd, a small town in western Mongolia, and head towards the Gobi desert in an old Russian jeep.” … Read more

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For The Guardian

“Great granite statues of medieval heroes slaying the enemy from rearing horses, ancient pilgrims with wide brimmed hats in pious pose … angelic sculptures and baroque coats of arms …”… Read more

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For The Observer

Andalucia, in the southernmost part of Spain, is a potent place. Its spirit, its attitude, the very feel of it … whether you’re in the wild desert of Almeria, the wineries of Jerez, or caught up in… Read…

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For Journey’s Magazine

It was not long after dawn; brooding lilac storm-clouds had moved beyond Kenya’s far hills, an African fish eagle screamed glided above us, and the air was filled with the sound of honking wildebeest.
To my right,…

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For Journeys Magazine

I watched as a cigarette was passed around and men studied the undergrowth. I heard the song of a scarlet-chested sunbird break the silence. And I was there when, after hours of watching nothing, the bush rustled,… Read more

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On foot with the Innu Indians of northern Canada: an expedition across the frozen tundra of Labrador.… Read more

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For The Guardian

“In the stretch of coastland between Fowey and St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula, I found liberating expanses of sky and sea, deep lanes, dark night skies and all the signs of life on the move…

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For Huffington Post

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“I spent hours poking around in ponds and peering down earthy holes as a child,” says Clare Morpurgo, wife of the acclaimed children’s author, Michael. The wonder Clare derived from nature sparked…

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For Eve Magazine

“… Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore,” said Mark Twain. I could already hear the clink of the halyards …… Read more

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For The Guardian

If you take the fast train north from London’s King’s Cross to Glasgow, the first stop is the city of Peterborough. It’s a frosty morning; London is wet and hibernating … I am on my way to… Read…

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For The Guardian Travel

Markets, restaurants, food festivals: in cities throughout the UK there’s a new counter culture that makes for a great foodie break.… Read more

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For National Geographic

Words by Joanna Eede and photographs by Cat Vinton… Read more

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For National Geographic

A hundred years ago in Peru, a tall history professor from Yale University left his camp in a valley northwest of Cusco, and walked through cloud forest to a mountain ridge more than 7,500 feet above sea… Read more

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