The Man Who Lived On His Bike

Amazing project by Guillaume Blanchet, who has gone 382 days with his bicycle from Montreal! He dedicated his project to his his father Yves Blanchet who has competed in his life and still goes on 120.000km.

“I love being on a bike. It helps me feel free. I get it from my dad. After 382 days spent riding through the streets of Montreal, being sometimes quite cold, sometimes quite hot – and sometimes quite scared, I dedicate this movie to you, Yves Blanchet”. - Guillaume Blanchet

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Today, I did scuba diving for the first time in my life in Koh Nangyuan, Thailand. That’s one of the things I want to do before I turn 30 and I’m only 24, so my to-do list of adventurous stuff around the world has been off to where I wanted. Life feels amazing when you do things that you always had thought of never doing.

The only downside to it is that I didn’t have a water camera with me to take underwater photos, it was beautiful, beautiful island, clear water, tropical fish, coral and all that, it’s a whole different world under the sea. Well, now I know what I want to get for my to-buy list, a fucking waterproof camera.

Orda Cave is the most extended under­wa­ter cave in Rus­sia, the sec­ond  in Eura­sia, with regards to length, and the world’s great­est gyp­sum  cave. It has the sta­tus of All-​​Russia nat­ural mon­u­ment. Vitya  Lya­gushkin, famous under­wa­ter pho­tog­ra­pher, jour­nal­ist and  dive-​​instructor, and Bog­dana Vashchenko went div­ing in the Orda cave  to take these amaz­ing images. For more on their project please visit  the Orda Cave website http://ordacave.ru/en/
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Orda Cave is the most extended under­wa­ter cave in Rus­sia, the sec­ond in Eura­sia, with regards to length, and the world’s great­est gyp­sum cave. It has the sta­tus of All-​​Russia nat­ural mon­u­ment. Vitya Lya­gushkin, famous under­wa­ter pho­tog­ra­pher, jour­nal­ist and dive-​​instructor, and Bog­dana Vashchenko went div­ing in the Orda cave to take these amaz­ing images. For more on their project please visit the Orda Cave website http://ordacave.ru/en/

Norway has absolutely beautiful landscapes, including crazy cliffs that call to people to climb up them and then BASE jump off the top. Here’s a look at some of those incredible cliffs as well as insanely dangerous switchback roads to get to those amazing cliffs in Norway. Thrillseekers, photographers, hikers and climbers take in these majestic views of nature.

And then, there’s BASE jumpers who have a much more extreme need for adrenaline. Charles Lindbergh once said of his adrenaline rush, “It is the greatest shot of adrenaline to be doing what you have wanted to do so badly. You almost feel like you could fly without the plane.” Here in Norway, as if they’ve turned into Superman, some adrenaline junkies do fly without a plane.

Twelve thou­sand years ago these jel­ly­fish became trapped in a nat­ural basin on the island when the ocean receded, Jacob explains. With no preda­tors amongst them for thou­sands of years, they evolved into a new species that lost most of their sting­ing abil­ity as they no longer had to pro­tect them­selves.

(Source: vimeo.com)