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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.

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Snowy Mountain Dreamland

No sandy beaches or exotic islands this time, but a snowy landscape journey of epic proportions

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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

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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.

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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.

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Awesome tree cabin in Norway

Norwegian architect Espen Surnevik built these awesome looking PAN-Tretopphytter and they look perfect for some digital detox time.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Inside a $67M NYC Mansion with an Entire Spa Floor

That Spa floor alone is stunning and must be great for wild parties.

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Super Slow Motion Birds

They make flying look so easy, but when it is all slowed down you can see even birds have to work hard for it all to stay perfect.

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Restarting 12,000 tons on a 2% Grade

The train is huge, the scenery stunning. The effort monumental.

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