A silly edit of putting footage from The Masters doctored to make it look like it’s taking place on a miniature golf course. The hole with the gopher is priceless. They really should consider adding obstacles like these on the greens.
This one almost sounded too good to be true, but it’s true, this home-made rocket soared to 121,000 feet.
Ever wondered what some of the most iconic photos in history would look like, if they were in color? Check out these well-known photos with some added color.
The 11 winners of National Geographic’s 24th annual Traveler Photo Contest have officially been announced. These eleven images were chosen from more than 12,000 entries submitted by 6,615 photographers from 152 countries in four categories: Travel Portraits, Outdoor Scenes, Sense of Place, and Spontaneous Moments.
Photographer Aaron Durand created these spectacular photos of trains with streaking lights. Taking photographs with a slow shutter-speed, these incredible images show the streaks of light that stream from the lights of trains and their carriages.
A brilliant composer, Hans Zimmer has created a custom lair that is almost as incredible as his work for The Dark Knight, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Lion King, Gladiator, Sherlock Holmes, and many more. Customized items with a dark and somewhat ominous ambiance. A perfect setting to get the creative juices flowing and produce music that has been inspiring the world for decades.
We have a behind the scenes look of Roger Clemens’ journey back to baseball. Check out these photos behind the cut.
On April 27th 2012, the six man crew of Expedition 31 began their trip aboard the International Space Station (ISS) for 62 days. While in space, the crew experimented with long exposure photography and the results are mesmerizing.
Project Gemini (1962-1966) was the second human spaceflight program of NASA, the site where most of the learning and engineering was perfected before the United States headed to the Moon. The Gemini program is fascinating and is often overlooked by predecessor, Mercury, and Apollo (because, you know, moon.) Here are some beautiful and fascinating photos from Project Gemini featuring many of the men who would one day go to the Moon.