Places Around the World
Exploring the World
World's Largest Lake of Acid
There are certain things in life you don't mess with, acid is one of those things. But that didn't stop George Kourounis from grabbing a boat and floating around the world's largest lake of sulphuric acid at the Kawah Ijen volcano crater in Indonesia.
Breathtaking Time Lapse of the Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is one of those magically places everyone should see at least once in their lives. If however you can't make it this breathtaking time lapse should suffice for now.
Monty Python's Silly Walk's Traffic Sign
If you're a fan of Monty Python, and who's not, then you're gonna love this traffic sign in Norway. Designed to encourage silly walks the sign is a hit with locals even if the authorities aren't laughing.
A Hyperlapse Tour of New York City
New York City is known as a fast paced city but this hyperlapse of the city that never sleeps easily keeps up with it. Take a tour of all the famous hot spots as you fly around the Big Apple in this frantic video.
Surviving the Apocalypse in a Cold War Underground House
Who said the apocalypse had to be dull and boring? This underground house built during the Cold War has everything you could want including a pool and putting green.
Blood Pumping Zip Line Roller Coaster
This crazy zip line roller coaster beast will have your heart racing as you hurtle amongst the trees racing downhill. The creation has you dangling from a rail system suspended from the trees that give as you bounce along.
Walking Through a Waterfall at Tunnel Falls
Tunnel Falls is a hiking trail in Oregon that was created in the early 1900's by men blasting a hole through the rock. The resulting trail lets you walk straight through a waterfall.
The Sandstone Spires that Inspired Avatar
These extraordinary sandstone spires are hundreds of miles from Beijing and Shanghai. The natural formations are part of China's first UNESCO World Heritage Site at Zhangjiajie National Park and are the inspiration for James Cameron's Avatar.
High Up in the Greek Monasteries of Meteora
The Greek monasteries of Meteora look like they belong in some fairy tale. The collection of Greek Orthodox monasteries can be found perched on rock pillars 1,300 feet above the ground and date back to the 14th to the 16th centuries.
A Breathtaking Hyperlapse Through Rome
Rome is one of those places you have to see at least once in your life time and now you can. Sit back and enjoy this amazing hyperlapse tour of the beautiful city of Rome, Italy.
Ice Skating to Work in Sweden
Imagine avoiding the traffic entirely by just ice skating to work. Well if you live an Stockholm, Sweden you can, just ask Joakim Malm who uses the long standing tradition of long distance ice skating popular in Scandinavia to get around.
Welcome to the Largest Library in the World
Did you know that the Library of Congress is the largest library in the world? Apart from being a great place for a nap, it's quiet and no one will ever find you, it' also houses manuscripts, maps, photographs, sheet music and even artwork.
Above the Clouds on Mauna Kea
Mauna Kea in Hawaii is a special place for astronomical observation due to the ideal weather conditions. Check out this time lapse video of the observatory slipping into darkness as the night sky comes to life.
Rescued Plants Made Into a Masterpiece
When Pearl Fryar faced racist stereotypes he decided to prove people wrong. And that's just what he did by creating an award winning garden with most of the planets rescued from a recycling plant.
Inside the Cherry Blossom Festival of Japan
Every spring in Japan the cherry blossoms bloom enticing the locals outside to enjoy natures beauty. Take a look at the festivities that take place during this uniquely Japanese festival.