An extremely rare rainbow-colored pileus iridescent cloud over Ethiopia.

December 21st, 2014|

I hope for those poor kids sake that skittles start raining down.

Sitting in a 3.8 meter sea kayak and watching a four meter great white approach you is a fairly tense experience.

December 18th, 2014|

Although some have doubted its authenticity, the photograph is genuine. It was taken from the September 2005 issue of Africa Geographic. The article details a study of Great White Sharks in South Africa by biologists Michael C. Scholl and Thomas P. Peschak. Kayaks were used to study the sharks because, unlike the motorized research vessel, […]

Johan Lolos Traveled 40,000km Around Australia And Brough Back These Stunning Photos

December 17th, 2014|

Johan Lolos  traveled around Australia for a year after He left Belgium to start a trip around the world. With more than 40,000km done by car, hitchhiking, plane, boat, train, bus, He visited every state and territory and saw some stunning scenery.

During his year with the kangaroos, Johan Lolos was a witness of sea turtles […]

Ocean – The welcome fistbump with a whale

December 17th, 2014|

“Truth uncompromisingly told will always have its ragged edges.” Herman Melville.

Could the monster of the ocean, Moby Dick have been smarter than captain Ahab? Melville certainly seemed to think so. Moby clipped off one of the captain’s legs and then, years later, in a brilliant move of cetacean jujitsu, drowned poor Ahab by towing him […]

Dubai on a cloudy day

December 16th, 2014|

Monuments of architectural progress.
It only rains two or three days a year in Dubai, but if wet weather strikes on your trip it won’t be a wash-out. Hazel Plush reveals what to do…
Gain Some Altitude
Rain can make Dubai’s skyline even more spectacular – especially if the cloud is low. Hunker down in a rooftop restaurant and […]