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12 of the Hardest Places to Visit on Earth

From impassable terrains to unstable political situations to strict visa regulations, there are some places on Earth that are nearly impossible to get into. Fortunately, these adventurous photographers dared to venture into these territories! Even if you can't be there yourself, you can still …

Scientists Track a Great White Shark Across the Atlantic for the First Time

Tagged off Florida, the mature female is now closing in on the U.K.'s Cornish coast.<p>Ever since researchers tagged a great white shark nicknamed Lydia off Jacksonville, Florida, in March 2013, they've been keeping a close eye on her. Their vigilance was rewarded this past weekend when the 14-foot …

Stunning infographic shows who kills who in the battle of sharks vs. humans

THE PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF SHARKS as “killing machines” is straight up ludicrous, and mostly comes from the fact that sharks are awesome horror movie …

Road Trip: California's Pacific Coast Highway

Strap in and get ready for an exhilarating driving experience along this twisting, cliff-hugging route.<p>An exhilarating driving experience, this twisting, cliff-hugging, 123-mile (198-kilometer) route along the central California coast takes about five hours to complete at a leisurely pace. …

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Miniature Galaxies Created Through Tilt-Shift Technique

With the use of a relatively simple photography technique, Italian artist Haari Tesla has reduced the cosmos to a microscopic level. Her series, <i>Illuminated Code From Space</i>, is experimentation in tilt-shift manipulation. By digitally adjusting the depth of field, contrast, and adding a gradient, …

The Nave of Yosemite [explore]

Navigations: Thus Spake Zarathustra – Winter Hiking in the Grand Canyon

<i>Read Mark Jenkins’s previous “Navigations” essays.</i><p>“The big day,” John said.<p>“Yup,” I replied, rubbing my eyes.<p>It was three in the morning. We were standing on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon aiming the beams of our headlamps down the South Kaibab Trail—a mule-stomped trough of glistening ice …