“Jump at your own risk” - Jumping Rock (Cliff Jumping) at Nusa Ceningan | Bali - Indonesia    This is exactly what is sounds like. A cliff top point where you can leap into turquoise water below.

“Jump at your own risk” - Jumping Rock (Cliff Jumping) at Nusa Ceningan | Bali - Indonesia This is exactly what is sounds like. A cliff top point where you can leap into turquoise water below.

This is the hike out from Coyote Gulch in Southern, Utah.  If you look close you can see the river down below. That's the bottom of the canyon. The exit includes a trudge through sand up this hill. Once you get to the top of the hill you need to tie a rope to your backpack, take a rock and tie it to the other end and throw the rock up to the top of a cliff. You then go through what is called The Crack. It's a just that, a crack in the rock that is like a narrow claustrophobic hallway....

This is the hike out from Coyote Gulch in Southern, Utah. If you look close you can see the river down below. That's the bottom of the canyon. The exit includes a trudge through sand up this hill. Once you get to the top of the hill you need to tie a rope to your backpack, take a rock and tie it to the other end and throw the rock up to the top of a cliff. You then go through what is called The Crack. It's a just that, a crack in the rock that is like a narrow claustrophobic hallway....

These figures stand on the ledge of a cliff, their gaze fixed where the first rays of the rising sun will appear as new day dawns. The artisans were the Warriors of the Clouds, or the Chachapoyas, an ancient Andean people who inhabited the rainforests of what is now northern Peru. The Incas conquered their civilization shortly before the arrival of the Spanish in Peru.

These figures stand on the ledge of a cliff, their gaze fixed where the first rays of the rising sun will appear as new day dawns. The artisans were the Warriors of the Clouds, or the Chachapoyas, an ancient Andean people who inhabited the rainforests of what is now northern Peru. The Incas conquered their civilization shortly before the arrival of the Spanish in Peru.

Top 10 Songs: Month of February  So much great music came out this month that I decided to make it a top 20 list and actually rank the tracks this time. Adding the ranks made this even harder but fun to do. I doubt I'll have to do this again but this was such a good month that maybe the rest of the year will be like this. 20. Vince Staples - Bagbak Vince came back with a fire ass yet politically charged track about loving his black skin policebrutality and how there needs to be more color in…

Top 10 Songs: Month of February So much great music came out this month that I decided to make it a top 20 list and actually rank the tracks this time. Adding the ranks made this even harder but fun to do. I doubt I'll have to do this again but this was such a good month that maybe the rest of the year will be like this. 20. Vince Staples - Bagbak Vince came back with a fire ass yet politically charged track about loving his black skin policebrutality and how there needs to be more color in…

Graham Sutherland, Study for 'Origins of Land' (recto), 1950. This is a preliminary study for Sutherland's work for the Festival of Britain in 1951. This festival was held at what is now the Southbank in London but at the time was a re-developed bomb site. It was a Labour initiative to raise morale. Sutherland looked to the countryside to celebrate 'Britishness' and said 'the picture is divided as if in sections through the crust of the earth... It is as if you were looking at a cliff face.’

Graham Sutherland, Study for 'Origins of Land' (recto), 1950. This is a preliminary study for Sutherland's work for the Festival of Britain in 1951. This festival was held at what is now the Southbank in London but at the time was a re-developed bomb site. It was a Labour initiative to raise morale. Sutherland looked to the countryside to celebrate 'Britishness' and said 'the picture is divided as if in sections through the crust of the earth... It is as if you were looking at a cliff face.’

LearnVest article: What Is the Fiscal Cliff and How Will It Affect You?

What Is the Fiscal Cliff and How Will It Affect You?

When beginning woodworkers rank the difficulty of the different dovetail joints, they usually think of the through-dovetail as the “bunny slope.” The half-blind dovetail is the “expert slope” – perhaps a blue or a black trail if you are a snow skier. So what’s the full-blind dovetail? Or the secret-mitered dovetail? Throwing yourself off a cliff without a parachute? In my view, the through-dovetail is actually the most difficult …

How to Make a Full-Blind Dovetails with Rabbeting

When beginning woodworkers rank the difficulty of the different dovetail joints, they usually think of the through-dovetail as the “bunny slope.” The half-blind dovetail is the “expert slope” – perhaps a blue or a black trail if you are a snow skier. So what’s the full-blind dovetail? Or the secret-mitered dovetail? Throwing yourself off a cliff without a parachute? In my view, the through-dovetail is actually the most difficult …

Leap Of Faith -- This is a cool video of Marshall Miller jumping off a cliff without seeing what is below.

Leap Of Faith -- This is a cool video of Marshall Miller jumping off a cliff without seeing what is below.

Cloud People of Peru ....The figures balance aloft on the ledge of a cliff, their gaze fixed where the first rays of the rising sun will appear, waiting for a new day to dawn. Known by the name Warriors of the Clouds, the Chachapoyas were an ancient Andean people who inhabited the mist-swathed rainforests of what is now northern Peru. They were wiped out some five hundred years ago, and looking out over the vast Utcubamba Valley, these figures stand as remnants of their once great…

Cloud People of Peru ....The figures balance aloft on the ledge of a cliff, their gaze fixed where the first rays of the rising sun will appear, waiting for a new day to dawn. Known by the name Warriors of the Clouds, the Chachapoyas were an ancient Andean people who inhabited the mist-swathed rainforests of what is now northern Peru. They were wiped out some five hundred years ago, and looking out over the vast Utcubamba Valley, these figures stand as remnants of their once great…

Jimi Heselden, the owner of the Segway company, has died after riding one of the machines off a cliff and into a river but what is a Segway?

What is a Segway?

Jimi Heselden, the owner of the Segway company, has died after riding one of the machines off a cliff and into a river but what is a Segway?

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