Sans-pressurized skydiving suit, Fréderic Fugen and Vincent Reffet exit an airplane 33,000 feet above the peaks. Luckily, they've jumped together over 10,000 times so far.
Sunbeams and green peaks cut through a stunning morning scene as Mark Clinton's friend takes it all in.
"After a 30-minute hike from our car, I circled back to an overlook in hopes of capturing the sun piercing through layers of fog as they swept over the mountains," Clinton said. "I was rewarded with this image."
Way above the bustle of Rio, Brian Mosbaugh takes a rest on an incredible highline. Photographer Scott Rogers later took his turn on the line before BASE jumping down.
Sockeye salmon teem below while Conor Kelly and Marty Machado work the net during early-morning high tide.
Fish enthusiast and photographer Matt Jones perches atop a cliff to capture pristine glacial waters, before heading down to see what he could catch.
Surfers take on the North Shore of Oahu's famous Pipeline at sunset. Winter's the best time for big waves here.
After a long run, the dogs traveling through Alaska with Chris McLennan lay still long enough for a perfect long-exposure view of the otherworldly Northern Lights.
One rocky ride down the North Shore found Justin Ridgely tackling a perfect project complete with a high arch above and slippery rocks below.
While exploring one of the more dangerous parts of Mexico, Seth Ashworth runs a first descent on the Rio Hoyo Del Aire.
A 150-strong pod of Pacific white-sided dolphins chase Jeremy Koreski's boat—but his favorite shot ends up being a more surreal than playful image.
Ollie Jones and Kevin Landry rip down a Whistler ridge at sunset during the massive bike celebration known as Crankworx.
A gaucho takes part in horse breaking at a doma. Photographer Isaias Miciu Nicolaevici was lucky enough to come across the party after getting a flat tire on a Patagonia road trip.
During a two-week road odyssey through New Zealand, Camilla Stoddart captures a moment of moonlit bliss, featuring beers and campers under the stars.
In the midst of a tuna pursuit, freediver Kimi Werner surveys the deep blue. When she's not on the hunt, Werner's comfortable enough to take short naps on the surface of the water before ocean dives.
Snow pillars create a kind of obstacle course for a snowboarder on Mount Mackenzie's infamous Mac Daddy Face. David Carlier battled through camera-slowing cold to get the ghostly shot.