Holiday destinations have never looked more Bond villain-esque than Spitbank Fort, a five-star hotel in the English Channel that's only reachable by boat.
For weeks at a time, Bruno Ausberger can be found in the remote wilderness of Canada’s Yukon territory, alone, with little but the tools he brings and his camera. After seeing his photos, we're tempted to join him.
What’s it like to live on a container ship for six months? Martin Machado did just that, and took a handheld video camera along to record the experience.
Beneath the surface of the Danube river lies Ada Kaleh: a small but once-important island that became known as the Ottoman Atlantis.
This short film confirms what we've long suspected: that life as a professional stuntman is pretty awesome.
What do Pink Floyd, Jules Verne and a giant all have in common? A strangely beautiful cave in Scotland.
In Iceland, the meticulously built set for an abandoned film has become an unofficial viking theme park.
Jay Nelson is a professional fort builder who turns ramshackle cars into equally ramshackle campers.
The world’s largest cave just had a drone fly through it. (And the result may just restore our faith in drone videos.)
Enjoy the great outdoors, fending for yourself and not seeing anyone for six months at a time? Maybe you should become a fire lookout, like Leif Haugen at the Flathead National Park.
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