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Cortes Bank, about 100 miles off California's coast , is one of the most dangerous surf spots in the world, with shallow, often shark-infested waters. But those facts don't deter the location's top surfers.
The eccentric desert festival has been criticized and idealized over the years but one thing remains: It's a killer backdrop for a photo.
Photographer Scott London traveled to the Nevada desert with his girlfriend and returned to Burning Man every year for the last 12.
A new slackline record was set earlier this month. But slacklining is hardly the only way to set an insane world record.
These odd bodies of water offer relief with a twist for the sweltering summer masses.
Camera submersible aims to put underwater exploration in the palm of your hand. Continue reading →
Nineteen women began the rigorous training program in April but 17 were eliminated.
Check out this 97-foot tall treehouse with 80 rooms.
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