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“Tubes” as they are known are a surfers lifeblood and a thing of natural beauty. We salute these adventurous photographers who, one of whom is named Clark Little, armed with a waterproof camera and perfect timing, were able to snap … Continue reading
After an 13 day, 20 hour, 53 minute mission that covered 5.7-million miles the Space Shuttle Discovery landed at Edwards Air Force Base in California’s Mojave Desert. The Shuttle was originally scheduled to land at the Kennedy Space Center on Thursday … Continue reading
Richard Branson bootstrapped his way from record-shop owner to head of the Virgin empire. Now he’s focusing his boundless energy on saving our environment. Branson visited the TED conference and discussed the ups and the downs of his career, from … Continue reading
The 2009 Perseid meteor showers are expected to peak on Tuesday, August 11. If you are in a location that calls for clear skies astronomers are predicting a dazzling show with up to 80 visible meteors per hour. After the … Continue reading
Shocking, awe inspiring, powerful, mesmerizing, deadly – there are not enough adjectives in the English dictionary to describe Tornadoes. As you will see below in these 55 photos Mother Nature draws a fine line between beauty and destruction.
At Hawaii Volcanoes National Park you can view red hot lava up-close and personal. In the east rift zone of Kilauea alone lava flows at an average rate of 800-1,300 gallons per second and this has added over 500 aches of new land to the island since it first erupted in 1983.
These dare devils have stepped close enough to the action to feel the heat and here are 49 photos to prove it.