We have subscribed to a magazine called Cereal. The first two issues have appeared (vols. 4 and 6 as the others are apparently out of print). It’s a magazine devoted to beautiful photography of places one might not be able to visit, ecological in intent, about trees and crops, in one issue covering the Brecon Beacon, Vancouver and Singapore, like a National Geographic for the new century. It’s interesting for the quality of its production and the fact that as most print media declines, it’s still possible to produce a magazine so purely aesthetic.