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Photo @grant_gunderson | guide @mtnmonte shows skiers @sammocohen and @mck_p the line on an exploration of the rugged glaciated terrain above Bella Coola, BC today. Last line of the day followed by a quick lift to the hot springs a fjord from town. | #skiing #bellacoola #glaciertosea #hotlaps

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Photo by @mikelibecki | Always an honor and privilege to witness a polar bear in the wild. But even more joyful to see a very healthy polar bear. Look closely and you can see fresh blood on his/her face, legs and paws, a recent kill and feast, most likely a tasty seal. This was while cruising along the coast of East Greenland in search of giant, steep, unclimbed granite mountains. Why ration passion? The time is now... #polarbear #greenland #iceberg #arctic

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Photo by @mikeolbinski | The fun and challenge while out chasing is to find compositions on the fly. You haven’t scouted or seen the area before, much less been on this random dirt road. But as you race past an old house you slam on the brakes and flip a u-turn because you saw something that might look good in your foreground. And before the hail and rain comes, you run out through a field to get the exact shot you want. A few clicks and it’s back in the truck. The entire process took five minutes. But now you have a photo to last a lifetime. #supercells #stormchasing

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Directed by Corey Rich @coreyrichproductions | Last week, my friend Dane Jackson (@danejacksonkayak), who I have known since he was a kid and who I have watched grow into one of the greatest kayaker of all time, lived his dream. He dropped Salto del Maule, a 134-foot waterfall in central Chile that he had been dreaming about for the past five years. His descent ranks as the second-tallest waterfall ever dropped. Although Dane did come out of his boat after he stuck the landing, he achieved a striking first descent with this one asterisk. And as we discovered, Dane’s might be this waterfalls last descent as a major hydroelectric project upstream threatens to turn this powerful waterfall into a mere dribble, adding a certain momentousness to the whole event. : There’s a lot of pressure to capture something that is only going to happen once and takes just three seconds before it’s over. We had a ton of cameras, and more importantly, an incredible team. @novusselect @blighguy @nomademediahouse @lorenzokayak @flowmotionaerials

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Photo @guillermocerveraphoto | Surfer Makoa Gomez @makoagomezz 11 years old , #lanzarote love to see this kids enjoying what they do .

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Photo by @renan_ozturk | Islands in the sky. Climbing desert towers in northern Bears Ears National Monument. See @renan_ozturk for more adventures in this region.

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Photo by @donaldmiralle | Every now and then you have to take a leap of faith to make it to the next level. Here’s @andreulacondeguy taking a big jump about five stories down in Utah. #followme @donaldmiralle for more #mountainbike #utah

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Photo @grant_gunderson | guide @stevekonik and skiers @mck_p, @sammocohen finding paradise first run out of the gate after the storm today in Bella Coola, BC

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Photo by @mikelibecki | Happy Valentines Day! Gratitude for all the love in this world. Another work of art, compliments of our Universe and Mother Nature: Sun, shadow, stick and sand that created this unique heart in the desert. This is from an expedition while crossing the Taklamakan Desert from west to east, 700+ miles of walking that took 42 days. A wild adventure in the beautiful Xinjiang Province of China. Note, this scene was not set up, I came across this heart in nature hundreds of miles into the desert just as you see it here. 10,000+ years ago this desert was a vast forest. Time is fascinating. #valentinesday #taklamakandesert #heart #xinjiang #china

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Photo by @brittmumma | Steph Davis (@highsteph) takes the easy way down, making her jump as the sun begins to set.

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Photo Guillermo Cervera @guillermocerveraphoto | Surfer Benjamin Sanchís @benjaminsanchis . No words , #lanzarote

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Time-lapse by @mikeolbinski | Chasing dust storms (or haboobs as they are otherwise known) is always an adventure and incredibly challenging. The goal for me is to hopefully capture multiple scenes of one of these guys as they move across the deserts and cities. And they can travel great distances. For example, the first clip in this video was over 50 miles south of Phoenix. I was able to shoot it, jump back out in front, shoot it again and then get all the way into town at Tempe Town Lake to get it crossing with the city skyline behind it. Was a good day with three good stops, which is always a bonus! #haboob #duststorm #monsoon #arizona

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