'I continued, all the way to Windansea, but can't remember any memorable frames after the Breakwall'
Featured in Severson's new book titled., "John Severson's Surf," this weeks "How I Got the Shot" takes us to Redondo Beach, California and transports us back to the golden age of surfing.Read More →
Four images taken from a 1951 Mount Everest expedition purport to be tracks made in snow by the Abominable Snowman; winning bid exceeds expectations
Compelling evidence is made for the existence of Yeti from the history of these photos. Still, the images are shrouded in skepticism.Read More →
Winter is coming
Wednesday night the mountains of the central Rockies saw their first significant snow.Read More →
Former crocodile hunter George Craig has no illusions that Cassius, the 18-foot, 2,200-pound, 111-year-old crocodile, would eat him if given the chance
In 1987, George Craig captured the largest crocodile ever taken alive in Australia from a river in Northern Territory where it was terrorizing the population.Read More →
Endangered Mascarene petrel first bird photographed flying with egg protrusion
A female Mascarene petrel, a seabird, displayed an obvious protrusion in the belly where it was carrying an egg, a rare sight that excited researchers.Read More →
'I quickly realized they were exactly what I was looking for!'
This week's "How I Got the Shot" takes us to El Salvador, where photographer Justa Jeskova illustrates her industrious and creative nature using rider Steve Storey.Read More →
Photography tips from renowned surf photographer Art Brewer
GrindTV gets tips on Action Surf Photography from renowned photographer Art Brewer.Read More →
'I can assure you that I do not (and will never) possess the Photoshop skills required to create something like this'
Stu Dickson reflected in spider web—no, this isn't Photoshopped.Read More →
The Lone Star state like you've never seen it
Surf Texas through the lens of photographer Jon Steele.Read More →
New wilderness resort in Sweden features a nest-like room in the trees, affording a panoramic view of the forest and Lule River Valley
Sweden's new wildernest resort, Treehotel, features a nest-like room built in the trees and affording a panoramic view of the forest and nearby riverRead More →
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