It took Mike Olbinski four years, but he finally captured a rotating supercell dominate the skies in the central plains of Texas. Not your average thunderstorm, a supercell is defined by its deep, persistently rotating updraft and ability to affect local climates up to 20 miles away. Their potential for complete destruction is real and obvious, as is their staggering degree of beauty.
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To some, cats aren’t clawed fluff with an incredible center of gravity; they’re “little people”. Watch as videographer Andrew Lang examines the eccentric, feline-fanatic personalities that comprise cat shows.
The classic convertible might be ideal for traversing the golden highways of Venice Beach, California, and the gondola preferred for its older counterpart in Italy, but for athlete Guy Mariano the skateboard is the best method of transport of them all.
Despite what Dostoevsky’s work might suggest, Mother Russia isn’t always snow and vodka-filled. Some talented videographers spent a week in Moscow and St. Petersburg to prove just that.
From the directors: Owen Wright is a herculean figure in a sea of short, scrawny professional surfers. His tall, muscular build breaks the mold of the stereotypical surf stature. In this anatomical study of his physique, we highlight his enormous presence compared to his pro surfing peers as well as other professional athletes.
Who knew that the material that makes for a typical day in the office could also be used to craft something so dynamic and cool?