Category Archives: Nature Encounters
Boulder Wildlife Cameras
Love our Colorado Fauna! The flora ain’t so bad either.
Mom and baby Mtn. Lion at 2:11 is the greatest.
And a mountain lion family I managed to capture myself last year
Note the 3rd lion at 0:19
Man Dives into an Exploding Volcano
This seems ill-advised…
Drone Footage Inside Erupting Volcano
Venus and Jupiter Converge
Ones mind often perceives stars as infinitesimally small point rather than something that has angular size.
But gazing at these planets, these seem more to be discs than pinholes. Or maybe it’s just atmospheric distortion and flare light.
Check out this amazing photography by Patrick Cullis
Venus, Jupiter and the Flatirons from Patrick Cullis on Vimeo.
NASA SDO – X5.4-class Solar Flare, March 7, 2012
Do you see the shock wave ripple through the sun?
Via NASA SDO – Solar Dynamics Observatory
Got to the top of this great little peak. 1Hr Hike, 1.4 miles, 500 feet elevation gain/loss, Max elevation 8912 ft
It’s an easy climb, south facing so there is plenty of sunlight to make it pleasant. Continue reading Sugarloaf Mountain
Ueli Steck’s Eiger north face ascent
Amazing mountaineering paired with amazing ariel photography:
Look, Up In The Sky! It’s 2005 Yu-55
As this giant rock hurtles by our planet, lets take this time to reflect upon living life to its fullest, and to have no regrets if our existence were to come to a sudden fiery end.
Continue reading Look, Up In The Sky! It’s 2005 Yu-55