Tag: canyon

Sep 26, 2018

Crazy POV of Pro Rider Kilian Bron Descending Farwell Canyon

Crazy POV of Pro Rider Kilian Bron Descending Farwell Canyon

The French freerider used a GoPro fusion mounted atop a custom-built rig to get this footage

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Jun 19, 2017

Hikers Stumble Upon Rare Sight of an Owl Swimming Through a Canyon

Hikers Stumble Upon Rare Sight of an Owl Swimming Through a Canyon

Hikers walking through a canyon in Lake Powell between Arizona and Utah stumble upon a rare sight

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Oct 10, 2016

Picture of the Day: Fjadrargljufur Canyon, Iceland

Picture of the Day: Fjadrargljufur Canyon, Iceland

Believed to have formed at the end of the last Ice Age, Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon is 100 m deep (328 ft) and 2 km (1.24 m) long

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Sep 17, 2015

A Hiker Found a 2-Year-Old GoPro that was Launched Into Space and the Footage is Awesome

A Hiker Found a 2-Year-Old GoPro that was Launched Into Space and the Footage is Awesome

In 2013, Stanford students launched a weather balloon into space. Two years later, a hiker found the lost payload and returned the footage.

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Feb 18, 2015

Picture of the Day: A River Runs Through It

Picture of the Day: A River Runs Through It

Photograph by Manuel Vidal Seen here is the breathtaking city of Ronda, Spain, located in the province of Málaga. The popular tourist destination is characterized by the gorge that divides the city where the Guadalevín River runs through. The gorge is spanned by three bridges, Puente Nuevo, Puente Viejo and Puente Romano. American artists…

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Jan 3, 2015

Picture of the Day: Snowstorm at the Grand Canyon

Picture of the Day: Snowstorm at the Grand Canyon

Photograph by Michael Quinn/NPS A New Year’s winter storm bought record low temperatures, damaging winds and a snowstorm to the southwestern United States, blanketing the world-famous Grand Canyon. Northern Arizona received widespread snowfall totals of over four inches on New Year’s Eve and Day. The snow has since cleared and you can see more…

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Dec 17, 2014

This is What the Grand Canyon Filled with Clouds Looks Like

This is What the Grand Canyon Filled with Clouds Looks Like

Photograph by National Park Service For the second year in a row, a rare phenomenon called a ‘temperature inversion’ filled the Grand Canyon with clouds. The weather occurrence is said to only happen roughly once every 10 years, yet it has happened twice in the span of a year; first occurring on 29 November…

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