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The sun is shining brightly, but the warmth you feel is not from the light in the sky, rather from the passionate rush of 210ml of blood pushing through your heart in each beat, filling the body with fire, feeling the burning of the thrill, the quenching of the thirst for adrenaline, you fall down through icy air, through powdered snow, through freezing light, to the earth below... http://minivideocam.com/product-category/sports-action-camera/

Skiing in Alta, Utah. Alta is a ski area located in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, just east of Sandy, a suburb southeast of Salt Lake City.


If you're not living life on the edge, you're taking up too much space! Norway: life without guardrails. Only way to live!

Amazing shot - #Ice #climbing

Ice tunnel created by melting snow and ice that went all the way through the glacier to rock below. The glacier is Bøverbreen, a small arm of Smørstabbreen in Jotunheimen, Norway.

Ok now that s talent, even manages to drink his bottle in the process lol!

These Child Surf Prodigies Riding The Waves Are Totally Adorable

Totally my kid if I ever have any lol. Cute baby surfing like a pro while drinking from a bottle

Jake Scott-Gardner of South of Home Photography made this image of Mount Cook in New Zealand with the Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lens. Simply stunning. He tells us: "It is easily the best lens I have ever used for astro, this was taken in a dark sky reserve in the middle of the night with no moon so you can see how much foreground detail you can get with that lens at f/1.4 even in complete darkness. Well played guys...well played. Keep these lenses coming!"

The milky way over the tallest mountain in New Zealand, Mt. We knew the cloud was set to clear after dark so we couldn’t resist the temptation to get the Milky Way over Mt.Cook and the Hooker.

Louie Fountain in Whistler, canada - by Geoff Andruik

Snowboard Photo: Snowboarding& Louie Fountain leaves a trail of powder as he flies off a huge cliff in the Whistler backcountry. Photo by Geoff Andruik.

We wouldn't recommend this, but if you're looking to up your adrenaline a little bit, there's always extreme slack lining | Belong Designs

Secret spot for extreme sport revealed

"Highlining" is a growing extreme sport that's a bit like tightrope walking, except that instead of walking across a rigid piece of rope.