When the setting sun hits Yosemite’s Horsetail Fall just right, the upper reaches of the waterfall glows gold and red
Locals have dubbed it, ‘the hand of God’
The Slow Mo Guys make a fire tornado using 12 box fans, a metal bucket and some kerosene and film the entire thing in super slow motion.
Come face-to-face with one of nature’s most intriguing phenomena, lava, as it flows from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, consuming everything in its path.
An eyewitness captured the deadly blast that struck the northern China port city of Tianjin earlier today.
If you’ve ever relit a candle by igniting the smoke, this is what it looks like in super slow motion. Oh yeah, and a brief explanation why 🙂
It’s a giant water cannon versus a giant flame thrower, need I say more?
The New York Times profiles a couple who spend their lives pursuing their passion for blowing things up. Produced by: Colin Sonner and Brady Welch Read the story here: nyti.ms/1adjsCT
How creative is this snow sculpture by Schaffer Art Studio! To get the color of the flames and logs the artist used food coloring mixed with water in a spray bottle and ‘spray painted’ the flames and wood on. Still not quite sure how he managed to make such a perfect giant marshmallow on…