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Square named after astronauts but the monument is not to Gagarin but to Lenin. Just deal with it.Photo by @eugenserov as part of @everydayrussia team#everydayrussia #magadan #dailystillness

New old places

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New old places, to get inspirationPhoto by @eugenserov from Russia, Magadan as part of @everydayrussia team#everydayrussia #magadan #dailystillness

-25 degrees

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Thermometer shows today -25 °C. Cold enough not to take hands out from warm pocket even to make a shot.Photo by @eugenserov from Russia, Magadan as part of @everydayrussia team#everydayrussia #magadan #dailystillness

Colors in snow

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Colours among snow. The only question – whether the time will come when this building repair or not? The question I ask myself for years.Evgeniy Serov @eugenserov from Russia, Magadan as part of @everydayrussia team#everydayrussia #magadan #dailystillness


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Hello everyone! My name is Evgeniy Serov @eugenserov and I will be there for a week with my pictures, thoughts and daily life from Russia, Magadan. As a part of @everydayrussia team I’m very grateful to @burndiary to get this opportunity to be here with you.#everydayrussia #magadan #diary #stillness

Chris Bickford – Legends of the Sandbar

Christopher Bickford

Legends of the Sandbar

Legends of the Sandbar is an homage to the surf culture of the Outer Banks of North Carolina, written and photographed by Christopher Bickford. It is an ode to the wild and wooly weather of the Banks, their shape-shifting sandscapes, their salt-battered architecture, and the commitment of a waterlogged band of misfits to a life lived on the fringes of American civilization. It is a portrait of a place, a people, and a passion, a drama set upon a wayward string of earth dangling on the edge of the continental shelf. It bears testimony to the raw beauty of lives lived close to the edge, the kinetic artistry of surfing in a challenging aquatic environment, and the ragged glory of a boondock community tuned to the savage power of the storm-tossed Atlantic Ocean.

The book version of Legends of the Sandbar, a culmination of 8 years of work, is available now for pre-sales. in addition to roughly 200 photographs, it includes 15 written pieces ranging from oral history to geology, meteorology, and memoir. The final version goes to print in Italy in March. Follow me on Instagram @chrisbickford to get an inside look at the printing process. Pre-orders are extremely helpful to offset printing costs. Advance buyers who order before March 1 will all be listed in the book as sponsors.

Purchase your copy here:




Christopher Bickford is is a photographer and writer currently based on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. His work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, the New York Times, Outside Magazine, Time Magazine, Surfline, Milepost Magazine, Outer Banks Magazine. His work has been syndicated in publications worldwide, including Sawasdee (Thailand) The Bomb (South Africa), Photo (Brazil) and Vision (China). He is currently represented by the National Geographic Creative agency.


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Swimming through galaxies of little creatures in my backyard / photo: @mishkusk / This is my last post for @burndiary . I did a magical trip recently with never ending days. I forgot about the stars. I then travelled to the mountains and they trapped the sky under a blanket of clouds. On my journey home I forgot to look up. It wasn’t until I went back to the biggest little town in Australia I got to see the stars again Thank you @burndiary for encouraging me to share and see the beauty of the everyday. It’s been a dream. #underwater #nature #australia #home

Pushing through

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Pushing through . A late afternoon swim /photo: @mishku #underwater


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Soft blankets in the sky / photo: @mishkusk #landscape #australia