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Jungle Swing
Jungle Swing

Jungle Swing

“In the dry season, Cambodia is torturously hot. After a long day trekking in the jungles, I was overjoyed to find what might be the best seat on earth — a jungle swing in the shadow of a beautiful, cooling waterfall. I may never leave this chair.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

“Angkor Wat in Cambodia is the world’s largest religious building, and in the early morning, it’s also one of the most peaceful. Before the crowds of visitors arrived, I snapped this photo of monks ascending the stairs en route to prayer.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Wat Phnom

Wat Phnom

“In the middle of Cambodia’s bustling capital is the temple of Wat Phnom. Perched high on a hill, it’s a shady respite from the sweltering city. Monks gather here in the afternoon, and I was lucky enough to catch a few of them resting in the shade.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Royal Palace

Royal Palace

“One of the things I love about Cambodia’s capital is the blend of old and new. It’s a mash-up of cultures and architecture. On one block, you feel like you're in a modern city, and then the gilded roof of the Royal Palace comes into view, and you’re transported back in time.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Ta Prohm Ruins

Ta Prohm Ruins

“The Ta Prohm ruins in Siem Reap, Cambodia, are one of the most atmospheric places I’ve ever visited. It’s a meditative place to look back on one of the most impressive ancient empires in the world … and to get out of the blazing sun.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Ta Prohm Temple

Ta Prohm Temple

“The jungles at Ta Prohm temple in Cambodia are now merging with the ancient structures. I love exploring here, seeing how the natural world is reclaiming the site and giving it a whole new architecture.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Gate to Angkor Thom

Gate to Angkor Thom

“There are several majestic gates that lead to Cambodia’s Angkor Thom. I’m weirdly obsessed with all of them. There’s just something so mysterious about their design. Some are easy to get to; others are shrouded by the jungle. I took a motorcycle to get to this particular gate, which feels eerily abandoned.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Faces of Angkor Thom

Faces of Angkor Thom

“The many faces of Angkor Thom in Siem Reap, Cambodia. This is one of my favorite temples in the world. Wandering around the ruins in the early morning, it’s hard not to be moved by the hundreds of monumental faces staring back at you.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Comanche Nation Teepee

Comanche Nation Teepee

“We were passing through Oklahoma and noticed a huge gathering in a field. It turned out to be a massive powwow on the plains of Comanche Nation. We pulled over and were warmly welcomed by the proud and hospitable Comanche people.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

“When searching for the mysterious lost treasure of Jesse James, it pays to have the right vehicle. As I rode off into the fading Oklahoma sunset on horseback, I suddenly felt hot on the trail of one of America’s most famous outlaws.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Buzzard’s Roost

Buzzard’s Roost

“It may not be buried gold, but when I found this antique lead bar in the hills of Buzzard’s Roost in Oklahoma, I was ecstatic! After all, when treasure hunting, any discovery is better than coming up empty-handed … or getting bitten by a rattlesnake.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Oklahoma Sunset

Oklahoma Sunset

“Red sky at night. Sunset over a farm in central Oklahoma. I’m always struck by the fact that we don’t have to travel to the ends of the earth to find adventure. It’s right in our own backyard.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Summer Palace

Summer Palace

“Touring the summer palace of the Russian czars in St. Petersburg made me realize that I need to do some serious redecorating back at home. My ballroom isn’t nearly this opulent.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Brandenburg Gate

Brandenburg Gate

“Ominous skies over the Brandenburg Gate. Berlin is, for me, one of the coolest spots in Europe. No other city has undergone a more dramatic transformation in the 20th century. It’s gone from a place of extreme repression to a city that’s absolutely buzzing with free expression.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall

“East meets West. A cross section of the Berlin Wall in Germany and a sobering reminder of the tragic division that once defined this city.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Lion Fighter

Lion Fighter

Statue of the ‘Lion Fighter’ outside the Altes Museum in Berlin, Germany.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Berlin Cathedral

Berlin Cathedral

“View of the imposing Berlin Cathedral.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Vladimir Lenin Statue

Vladimir Lenin Statue

“Kaliningrad is a place with a fascinating identity crisis. I loved exploring this seldom-visited city and sorting through the complicated history that defines it. Though it was once German, this Lenin statue is a good reminder that I'm now in Russian territory.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood

Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood

“The vivid colors of the Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood in St. Petersburg, Russia, are awe-inspiring. Seeing the majestic and playful architecture in person took my breath away.” 960 1280

Josh Gates  

Natural Beauty?

Natural Beauty?

Mary Colter’s structures were paradoxically designed to appear undesigned. The stones in Hermit’s Rest were hand-picked, tinted and stacked to appear perfectly natural, as if they had been there for millions of years, like the canyon itself. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

The Original CGI

The Original CGI

It’s proper to look over one’s own shoulder but rude to look over someone else’s. But when it involves a stick figure with your own name on it — au revoir, etiquette! This lap belongs to director Pete Takacs, and he’s setting up what will later become a CGI image of me standing next to Mary Colter’s beautiful Desert View Watchtower on Grand Canyon National Park’s South Rim, circa 1932. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

Asymmetrical windows along the watchtower’s circular climb frame the view of the canyon below, as if Colter had hung spectacularly vivid paintings of landscapes she painted herself. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

Packing Light

Packing Light

Time travel involves dozens of bags, boxes, cases, tubes and hundreds of pounds of gear, in addition to the crew’s personal luggage. In fact, the airport skycaps run away when they see us arrive at airports. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

Shooting Tombstone

Shooting Tombstone

Pete Takacs, an associate producer at the time, and I take a load off on the hot metal bleachers after a long day of shooting in Tombstone, AZ. Audience members wanting to sit for the re-enactors would drive us away, despite our badges and Pete’s 6-foot-6 height. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

Dueling TV Hosts

Dueling TV Hosts

If you’re ever challenged to a duel … 960 1280

Brian Unger  

Hat Trick

Hat Trick

… to survive, wear a tiny cowboy hat to distract your opponent.   960 1280

Brian Unger  

Rollin' With My Homies

Rollin' With My Homies

Here, these Tombstone, AZ, re-enactors act as if they’re not annoyed by my adorable hat. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

Which One is Real?

Which One is Real?

Me with Wyatt Earp in Tombstone, AZ. When you’re hanging with animatronics, you know you’ve hit the big time. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

There is Hope

There is Hope

Along the walkway on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is signage that’s direct and to the point. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

A Different View

A Different View

Time travelers and some crew members under the Golden Gate Bridge at one of its anchoring points. Hard to believe it was designed and built from 1933 to 1937 without the help of a single Apple device. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

What's Your Sleep Number?

What's Your Sleep Number?

Soundman Mark Mariaca and cameraman Dusty Glenn discover that director Rennik Soholt is a stomach sleeper. 960 1280

Brian Unger  

Deep Thoughts

Deep Thoughts

This view from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon inspires a feeling of awe. And this photo adds a sense of confusion — is that what my butt looks like? 960 1280

Brian Unger  

Caves of Ireland

Caves of Ireland

Beautiful cave on the coast of Northern Ireland. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Breakfast in Belfast

Breakfast in Belfast

The Ulster fry — "breakfast of champions" in Belfast! I was the only one to finish it! 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Ireland's Rocky Surface

Ireland's Rocky Surface

The Giant's Causeway on the coast in Northern Ireland. Interlocking rocks and columns of an old volcanic eruption. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

When in Ireland, Drink Guinness

When in Ireland, Drink Guinness

A great pint of Guinness at the Europa Hotel in Belfast, Northern Ireland. This is one of the most bombed hotels in the world. This gentleman has been here as a bartender through it all! 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Traditional Meal in Sri Lanka

Traditional Meal in Sri Lanka

Curry I made in Sri Lanka. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Sri Lankan Hoppers

Sri Lankan Hoppers

So hooked on these hoppers, a traditional Sri Lankan dish we had every morning for breakfast. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Meal Preparation

Meal Preparation

Washing before enjoying a meal at a Muslim wedding in Kashmir. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Lamb Kabobs

Lamb Kabobs

I made these Kashmiri lamb kabobs. It was an inspired meal. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Fresh Produce Along the River

Fresh Produce Along the River

These are the veggies from my morning produce shopping at the river markets in Kashmir. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Kashmir Kitchen

Kashmir Kitchen

Wazwan chef's kitchen in Kashmir. Old school. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Meat Preparation

Meat Preparation

Wazwan chefs prepping the meat for the wedding meal. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Abandoned Kitchen in Cyprus

Abandoned Kitchen in Cyprus

The kitchen of the abandoned Nicosia International Airport in Cyprus. This place was built to cook some serious food. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Mediterranean Sea Cuisine

Mediterranean Sea Cuisine

Delicious meze of whitefish served to us for lunch on the Mediterranean Sea in Tripoli, Libya. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Mediterranean Lobster

Mediterranean Lobster

Local lobster from the Mediterranean Sea for lunch in Byblos, Lebanon. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Byblos Greeter

Byblos Greeter

This guy was welcoming guests in front of a restaurant in Byblos, one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Meat Pies in Bosnia

Meat Pies in Bosnia

Savory meat pies in Bosnia date back to the cuisines of the Ottoman Empire. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Traditional Bosnian Dish

Traditional Bosnian Dish

Janjetina is a Bosnian dish of lamb that's slowly roasted over charcoal. We pulled over on the side of the road to sample these beauties. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

Bosnia's Underground

Bosnia's Underground

This underground tunnel was used by Bosnians to sneak food and supplies into Sarajevo during the war. Imagine carrying up to 100 pounds while hunched over and walking the length of a football field. 960 1280

Michael Voltaggio  

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