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  • MOST AMAZING PHOTOS

  • The Pollinators show

    The Pollinators

    Mark Moffett shares his passion for photographing all those little creatures busy keeping us alive.

    (00:48)
  • Dr. Bugs show

    Dr. Bugs

    Nick-named "Dr. Bugs” at school for his insect collection, Mark Moffett grew up to be a real doctor of bugs.

    (02:11)
  • Curiosity show

    Curiosity

    Good photography starts with curiosity. Find a subject fascinates you and the rest is easy.

    (02:57)
  • Little Supermodels show

    Little Supermodels

    Moffett's close-up photography of insects draws inspiration from photographing supermodels.

    (02:36)
  • Chocolate Gnat show

    Chocolate Gnat

    Mark Moffett introduces us to the little fly responsible for our chocolate supply: the cacao pollinator!

    (02:59)
  • Pollination Threat show

    Pollination Threat

    Everything is important. Moffett wants people to fall in love with the unexpected so that we will protect it.

    (02:57)
  • Ancient Arts show

    Ancient Arts

    Preserving ancient traditions is not easy. Shaolin Kung Fu's struggle to survive mirrors China's own turbulent history.

    (00:46)
  • Childhood dream show

    Childhood dream

    Fritz dropped out of art school to roam America as a photographer. In adulthood this curiousity would lead him to China.

    (02:21)
  • Monk Exercise show

    Monk Exercise

    Ancient monks devised Shaolin Kung Fu as an exercise to strengthen the body and discipline the mind.

    (02:57)
  • Shaolin Soul show

    Shaolin Soul

    In a nation where obedience is a virtue and conformity rules, Fritz struggles to find the soul of Shaolin.

    (02:59)
  • Shaolin Temple show

    Shaolin Temple

    Fritz is in search of the Shaolin master, Shi Dejian, renowned for practicing Shaolin Kung Fu as it should be: in private.

    (02:59)
  • Shi Dejian's Mountain show

    Shi Dejian's Mountain

    On the mountain Fritz learns from the master that Shaolin without Buddha is like a body without a heart.

    (03:00)