This compilation of clips is a thread of awesomeness that is truly inspiring. Set to dubstep, house, trance, techno, pop music; the high paced bass driven tunes reverberate in the ear as the action reverberates in the heart. What is most poetic and the common theme among the shots of athletic feats is the “stoke.” Each athlete, mouth agape, smile touching behind the ears, laughing, is the picture of happiness. The most exciting action caught in this compilation is the collective joy we get out of pursuing our passions. Have fun, push it, do what you love, lean in: BE AWESOME!
This entire clip was shot with GoPro!
Into The Mind is the latest film from Sherpas Cinema. After the popularity and critical success of All. I. Can. the bar was set extremely high for the ski film production company. They have delivered another incredible film. In this segment set to the thumping bass and anticipation building “Stress” by Justice; two of the world’s greatest skiers, JP Auclair and Tom Wallisch, hit the streets for an ethereal session. It is the best Street Ski or Urban Edit of recent memory and, quite possibly, ever. Read More
It’s happening again…Vikor Simco‘s Ollies for Alzheimers event at Wild Mountain. If you can’t see the flyer check out the info below:
Location: Wild Mountain Taylors Falls, MN
Proceeds benefit the Alzheimers Association
If you have never turned an old pop (or soda depending where you are from) or beer can into a camp stove you have never lived. This is a super crunchy, granola’d way to reduce your impact; yes, but it’s also a pretty catchy little gimmick that saves on weight, materials, and space while you are backpacking, boating, kayaking, trekking, etc. This video is probably the best and easiest “how to” explanation. Enjoy my friends and camp on!
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The Greatest Thing Ever Made
Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov shows us with a little creativity and ingenuity anything is possible. To create some of the most spectacular Snowflake photos I have ever seen, Kljatov used an old wood stool, a sheet of glass, steel wool, an LED flashlight, a narrow wooden board, one plastic bag, some tape, a Canon A650 camera (a $200 point & shoot camera) taped to an old Helios 44M-5 lens (reserved). If you would like to learn more about how he did it check out his blog post – “My Techniques for Snowflakes Shooting“
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