The Highlands in Scotland by drone
Whiskey, the Loch Ness monster and rain. That's scotland right?
It's a beautiful place to visit.
Van de Graaff Generator in Slow Motion
The Slow Motion guys are satill in Singapore and after some impressive lightning it is time to subject a Van de Graaff machine to the slow motion treatment.Open this photogallery >
Beach Front Mansion in Downtown Dubai for $23m
So, what does $23 million get you in downtown Dubai?
Well, this beach front mansion. Just unbelievable.
Lightning Strike at 103,000 FPS
The Slow Motion guys have traveled to Singapore and aim to capture some lightning strikes with the most advanced slow motion camera they've used yet.Open this photogallery >
Snowy Mountain Dreamland
No sandy beaches or exotic islands this time, but a snowy landscape journey of epic proportionsOpen this photogallery >
Inside China’s ghost cities
China is expanding rapidly and the country is hardly recognisable from 10 years ago. However, sometimes expansion is so fast there is just no time for people to move in before the next big thing is launched
Mountain Biking Lofoten
Norway is a brilliant place to go to. Great scenery, beautiful views, great walking routes, but you can also mountain bike it.Open this photogallery >
Ice Breakers at work
Throughout the long Finnish winter, the country’s ports are kept open by a small but determined fleet of icebreakers. Monocle Films hops on board to see how it’s done.Open this photogallery >
Awesome tree cabin in Norway
Norwegian architect Espen Surnevik built these awesome looking PAN-Tretopphytter and they look perfect for some digital detox time.Open this photogallery >
How They Filmed the First El Capitan Climb With No Ropes in “Free Solo”
The climb is not the only insane thing happening in this video. The making of is insane too. Beautiful, but insane.Open this photogallery >
Fusion Spires BASE Jump
James Boole takes on one of the most technical wingsuit lines we've seen and captured it all on his. The imagery is insane.Open this photogallery >
Earth from Space by NASA
You need to chill for 90 minutes this Friday? NASA has the answer with this amazing 4K footage of our Planet Earth.Open this photogallery >