Jay Tindall

Into Ijen: Acid Lake, Poison Air

Jay Tindall | November 20, 2017

Jay Tindall takes his camera in to the caldera of the Ijen volcano complex for a look at yellow sulfur spewing from a mountain and a turquoise lake of acid.

Breaking the Ice: Discovering Siberia’s Lake Baikal

Jay Tindall | July 6, 2017

Baikal is the deepest and purest lake on the planet, a frozen sea in the heart of Siberia and an adventurer’s icy paradise of driving, helicopters, and dog sleds. From the Old Believers to the Buryat bone crushers, its shores and islands are sacred to those who call Baikal home.

Into the Wilds of Kamchatka

Jay Tindall | November 9, 2016

Kamchatka is a mysterious destination in Russia’s Far East, located along the “Ring of Fire” and known for its more than 200 volcanoes and diverse wildlife.

Red Soil, Greener Pastures: The Sun Sets in the Red Lands

Jay Tindall | August 1, 2016

The old man had wrinkled skin that was weather-beaten from years spent working in the fields and seemingly possessed no teeth.  “I’ve been sitting in the same spot, every day, for the last 10 years,” he said, through my translator.  He told us about his 10 children. 

Getting Down to Earth: Into the Wadis of Oman

Jay Tindall | July 11, 2016

As the sunrise woke me, I got my first glimpse of Oman. The contrasting view of the beach below and the rocky Al Hajar mountains was a fitting introduction to a journey that would take me all over the diverse terrains of this fascinating country.