This is a point-of-view video of a Norwegian kayaker demonstrating their ability to dodge an oncoming wave with a perfectly timed underwater barrel roll (aka turtle roll). Pretty cool, but if the goal was not getting wet they failed miserably. “I’m pretty sure the goal was avoiding he wave.” Oh,
This is a video of fishermen demonstrating the difficulty of making your way around a ship in rough seas (some of which was previously seen in this post I just remembered because I have a memory like locking pliers). It reminds me of that Jamiroquai music video. What was that?
Pandora: it’s right here on earth. “You’re talking about the jewelry store that sells the charm bracelets.” Exactly, my girlfriend loves those baubles. This is a video captured by photographer and videographer Raymond K. of the bioluminescent algae (aka sea sparkle) in the Wadden Sea off the coast of Terschelling
This is a video of a poor decision maker diving off a boat to get a better look at what he believes to be a harmless, plankton-eating basking shark. It turns out to not be a basking shark. Can anybody identify what kind of shark that is? IS IT A
These are a couple of videos of Brazilian big wave surfer Maya Gabeira setting the women’s world record for largest wave surfed, with this terrifying 73.5-foot bonecrusher off the coast of Nazaré, Portugal. Holy smokes! Obviously, if these giant waves aren’t a sign that Poseidon is pissed with the way
This is a short video of some hunk exiting the sea in slow-motion Daniel Craig as James Bond style after a cliff dive and having his moment completely upstaged by the lady diving after him. *lifts perfect 10 scorecard over head, uses shoulder to wipe away tears of joy* Just
This is a video demonstration and up-close look at the mechanism of the beautiful hand-cranked (motor optional) kinetic sculpture created by artist Ross McSweeney featuring a little row boat bobbing up and down on waves that move vertically both left to right AND front to back. Plus there are a