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Denali: A Meditation on Clouds

Just when we think we’ve watched every breathtaking time lapse film in existence, someone has to come along and make another one to keep our wanderlust burning. This time, it’s Luke Humphrey behind the camera, blowing us away with his stunning two minute long film shot from the 11k and 14k camps on Denali’s West Buttress route.
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The Road From Karakol

In the summer of 2011, alpinist Kyle Dempster headed to the former Soviet Republic of Kyrgyzstan with a bike and climbing gear for a true adventure.
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Kill Your Boredom

From Canadian brand Voleurz comes this epic trailer for their upcoming feature length film pitting snowboarders against their mortal enemy, the skiers.

Photo Challenge #34 – The Forest

  The forest is the perfect place to spend time in the outdoors! Forests come in all varieties, from the Redwood forests of Northern California pictured above to cypress swamps, rainforests & jungle...

Photo Challenge #32 – The Beach

Do you agree that Playa San Miguel is surely one of the loveliest beaches in Costa Rica? I escaped from my slumber and trekked down the beach in anticipation of dawn. Lisa Brunetti is back with this s...

Photo Challenge #33 – Hiking

Hiking is one of our favorite ways to get outdoors and enjoy nature! This week, we're challenging you to take us along on your hike. On Wednesday, May 29nd (at 2pm EST, so be sure to submit your entries bef...

Photo Challenge #31 – Scent

Ritva Sillanmaki has captured the 1st Place Award with this beautifully captured photo of juniper berries - if you've ever smeller juniper, you'll know that this photo instantly conjures up their scent! ...

Photo Challenge #30 – Movement

Heather Tyson has captured the 1st Place Award with this outstanding shot of a moth beating its wings as it comes in for a landing on a flower — incredible! Have a look at her winning entry here! ...

Photo Challenge #31 – Scent

Smell is one of our most powerful senses. Long after we've forgotten what our hands and feet felt and even after we forget exactly how things looked, certain scents still linger in our minds, triggering memorie...