Archive for category video
Created over the course of 2102 and stitched together from 17,000 individual photographs, Dunlap’s time-lapse video provides a window into some of California’s most awe-inspiring vistas in places like Yosemite, Lake Tahoe, Mono Lake and Simi Valley. Read the rest of this entry »
Adventure filmmaker Bryan Smith shot this remarkable clip of American free climber Dean Potter as he traverses a highline tied to Cathedral Peak in Yosemite National Park. Read the rest of this entry »
Climate change over the next 50 years is expected to drive a quarter of land animals and plants into extinction, according to the first comprehensive study into the effect of higher temperatures on the natural world. Read the rest of this entry »
The Nasa rover called ‘Curiosity’ has finally arrived at Gale Crater on planet Mars after a 154 million miles journey, hurtling towards the Mars at over 13,000 mph. The main aim of Curiosity is to see whether the environment of Mars once held the ingredients of life and so Curiosity will drill into the rocks and soil and analyse samples. It is one of the most fascinating events of our recent times and a giant step forward in space exploration. Read the rest of this entry »
Happiness and dancing transcend political boundaries and occur in practically every human society. Above, Matt Harding traveled through many nations on Earth, planned on dancing, and filmed the result. The above video, the latest in a series ofsimilar videos, is perhaps a dramatic example that humans from all over planet Earth feel a common bond as part of a single species.
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Do you ever look in the mirror in the morning and wonder where all the years went? If so then you can take heart – a little! At least your life does not flash before your eyes in a few short minutes as it does in this remarkable film. The Mirror or Le Mirroir in its original French shows a young boy becoming a man and we get to witness the physical evidence of some of his rites of passage until, effectively, the lights go off. Read the rest of this entry »