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.
Two rock-climbing scientists found something extraordinary on the peak of this formidable-looking Australian island: the elusive ‘tree lobster’ feared extinct for 95 years.
Forget racing to the moon: these scientists are building cars to race on it.
There is no greater liquid than that drunk from a vessel you have carved yourself.
These photos of hiking signs show us how design is everywhere, even in the places we usually go to get away from it.
A couple of hoteliers have turned an old sewer into a comfy place for travellers to rest their heads.
An Argentinean town that was submerged underwater 30 years ago has recently resurfaced. In this short film its 83-year-old sole inhabitant takes us on a tour of the spookily quiet streets.
Having adopted the uniforms of the German forces who colonised them, the Herero people in Namibia are sharp dressers.
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