From the filmmakers at Tightloops Fly, Study To Be Quiet is an example of seeking stillness in every adventure.
In the French Pyrenees mountains, artist Manu Topic balances rocks in majestic shapes along the Arros river.
The floor of the Grand Canyon is unlike any other place on earth.
From filmmaker Elia Saikaly, Everest - A Timelapse Film II is a collection of images he took while at Everest during milky way season.
While dams are being decommissioned throughout the developed world, activists are descending on Albania to fight for the Vjosa River.
Record low snowfalls have made national news, but it came as no surprise for the characters in the End of Snow, from Day’s Edge Productions.
From filmmaker Sam Forencich, Invisible Oregon is a study in time, space, and infrared timelapses. Forencich converted both his Nikon D750 and a Canon 5D MarkII to use infrared technology to create this film.
From filmmaker Justin Clifton and Chris Cresci, A Line In The Sand is an animated video which illustrates the value and power of public lands.
From filmmaker Pete Mcbride, Dust in the Blood chronicles McBride’s attempt to thru-hike the Grand Canyon with writer Kevin Fedarko.
Upon arriving in northeast Oregon, conservationist Brian Kelly was given two job offers; cook or sheep herder. He took the obvious choice and spent the next year shepherding a herd of sheep through the landscapes surrounding Hells Canyon.
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