One Wonderful Winter in Saint Petersburg
Some great footage of a city build for and by Peter The Great.Read this topic >
Group of Beluga whales adopted a lonely narwhal and it’s beautiful
Some amazing footage of a group of Beluga whales that had a narwhal swimming with them. Turns out they adopted it into their group years ago.
Animals are cooler than us.
Aerial views of icebergs in a fjord near the town of Tasiilaq, Greenland.Open this photogallery >
The Historic Nazaré Season of 2017-2018
As big wave season looms at Nazaré, filmer Alex Laurel looks back on Andrew Cotton, Lucas 'Chumbo' Chianca and Hugo Vau's massive moments from the 2017–18 season.
It's safe to say that any time one of these chargers goes over the ledge at Nazaré, it's a momentous feat of human skill and bravery. And, over the years, there have been countless drops, barrels and huge wipeouts that have stunned viewers around the world. But the three moments featured in this short documentary, by longtime Nazaré filmer Alex Laurel, will go down in the history books.
Whatever happens, we’ll be on it, beaming the incredible footage back to you.
"I was all or nothing," British big-wave surfer Andrew Cotton says of his wipeout heard around the world on November 8, 2017. "I just had this weightless feeling for what seemed like way too long." It was indeed way too long. The wave in question was nowhere near the biggest wave Cotton had ever surfed at Nazaré, but the wipeout was like no one had ever seen before in all the years the world's bravest men and women have been charging the peaks at the famed Portuguese big wave spot.
The Graffiti Godfathers of Miami
Meet Crome, Eson and the MSG Crew aka The Graffiti Godfathers of Miami.
Sea of Garbage
Trash strewn across the ocean floor off the Greek island of Thasos.
People, we've got to take better care of our oceans and planet in general. Laziness will be the end of us. Clean up your mess.
A drone flying over Bermuda for an hour
Need something to relax. This should do the trick.
Bermuda has jumped a few places on my go-to-next list of destinations.
The Photos Of 2018 Week 37
Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.Open this photogallery >
In Mali, donkeys help with the fight against waste
In the Malian capital of Bamako, donkey carts driven by young men like 19-year-old Arouna Diabate play a vital role battling the fast-growing city's waste problem.Open this photogallery >
Traveling the World for 2 Years by Chris Rogers
Traveling the World For 2 years. This is what my year has consistent of for past 2 years. with over 130 Flights, traveling to all different ends of the earth, experiencing so many different cultures, landscapes and experiences! Throw in some of the best Extreme sport athletes into the mix as well on some trips and this is the result! From Bali, to the Maldives, to the Swiss alps, Italian dolomites, South Africa just to name a few. These past years have been insane and I can't wait for what's still to come! Oh and filmed it all with a GoPro as well! - Chris RogersRead this topic >
Hurricane Florence as seen from the International Space Station
NASA released this footage from the International Space Station of hurricane Florence on it's way to the USA.
La Vie en C visit Steinkohle 1301 - the Nazi factory of death
What the Nazi’s could not take, had to be destroyed so they invented the V-weapons, weapons of vengeance.
Missiles, with names that still make people crumble with fear, V1 & V2, launched from sites all over France killed thousands of innocent people .. just because.
Allied forces bombed entire areas in order to avoid the launch of the V1 & V2, yet they kept on coming ..
Entire factories were built underground in order to secure them from the constant bombing and one of the biggest factories was codename SteinKohle 1301. Never finished due to the invasion, the remainings can still be found deep underground and serve as à reminder of the horror that this place could have caused.