The Armenian Genocide of 1915 saw 1.5 million people systematically killed by the Ottoman Empire, and later the Turkish state. Daniel Gansen, an Armenian-German photographer, headed to the country to see what scars have been left.
There's a sense of euphoria that comes from cycling down an open road that is impossible to put into words. Artist Steve Léon Brown found this out for himself in Iceland, where he spent 31 days and nights in the enchanting mountainous countryside, capturing the journey on a point and shoot camera.
Mongolia is in the midst of mass urbanisation, putting traditional culture and rituals under threat. Photographer Dimitri Staszewski is based in the country, and was invited to capture an old farming practice still going strong.