Follow a Nat Geo Photographer on His Silk Road Adventure | National Geographic

National Geographic photographer John Stanmeyer takes a journey to Uzbekistan for part six of the Out of Eden Walk. This 21,000-mile trek is a seven-year experiment in slow journalism, with journalist Paul Salopek marching across the world on foot in an effort to retrace our ancestors’ global migration. Along the way, Stanmeyer and Salopek have covered major stories, from climate change to cultural survival, while giving a voice to people who inhabit the places along the trek.
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Salopek started the walk in Ethiopia in 2013 and has passed through countries including Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Georgia, Kazakhstan—the list continues. At this particular stop, Stanmeyer explores the ancient Silk Road caravan routes of Uzbekistan. This video follows his treacherous journey to get to the ruins and reveals some of Stanmeyer’s philosophies about photography.

Read more about the Out of Eden Walk: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/projects/out-of-eden-walk/#section-0

Follow a Nat Geo Photographer on His Silk Road Adventure | National Geographic
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