Ever heard the expression “it’s about as much fun as watching paint dry”? Well, that expression doesn’t always hold true…
The sprawl of Los Angeles can be a nightmare to navigate, but not in a plane, and not at night. It’s pure magic.
A Shaolin monk throws a sewing needle through a piece of glass. Shot at 1,000 frames per second.
Human Planet explores mankind’s incredible relationship with nature. It was filmed in 80 locations around the world by world-class natural history and documentary camera crews.
Say what you will about the French, but they have got style and their flash mobs are no exception.
Another great video from National Geographic gives you 7 billion reasons to think about 7 billion.
This documentary shows the best-of-the-best video and photos from the Shuttle launches that occurred over the life of the program from 1981 – 2010.
The world in miniature is a very, very different world. Take a look at a waterdrop shot at an astonishing 10,000 frames per second.
Natalie Portman made this video for the New York Times Magazine and although I’m not entirely sure of the point, she’s lovely to watch.
GE Aviation shares the intricate choreography of flying by capturing all the take-offs and landings over the course of one day at Oakland and Kelowna airports. See the hidden beauty of flight.