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With 15 minutes of sunlight and one battery, Not A Drone was able to capture this beautiful sunset in Cape Cod, Mass. He calls this an "iceberg mosaic" in shallow water. This is an awesome sight from a hovering drone camera.
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This one's for the thrill seekers who like a nice view. If skiing or snowboarding in the French Alps isn't enough for you, this zip line is sure to get the adrenaline pumping!
GoPro footage from Jeff King shows the scenery of the Iditarod in Alaska. King is a four-time winner of the massive race and features sled dogs racing along on rough terrain. Not everything is good old fashioned fun, as there is a pretty good chance of wipeouts.
Elegant and majestic are the two words that describe this. Just some more amazing footage captured on a GoPro. Young Carley Hinson definitely has an Olympic medal in her future.
A frozen lake means it's time to hang up the wakeboard until spring, right? Not these guys. They took out their chainsaw and created ramps and rails using the ice from a frozen lake in Latvia. Passion seems to create ingenuity.
Evan and his dad, Russell, were in Alpine, Wyoming watching some snowmobile tricks, when they had a really interesting idea. Russell decided to lay down on a snowmobile track as a rider jumped over him. While on the ground, Russell picked up the awesome jump from his view and the duo was able to edit it as Evan's first video. Russell joined the RTM crew to discuss the risky but fun stunt.
Avalanches typically happen by accident, but one skier decided to take away the risk by setting one off in advance in the Uinta Mountains in Utah. The skier set off a big avalanche that actually had a second wave that nearly got him caught in the middle of it. We're not sure we would advise doing this on your next ski trip, but it is certainly an outside-of-the-box approach. Watch the original video here.
The good thing is when you have a fail in the snow, there is some padding for your fall. Take these two for example. One guy tried to ride his bike in the snow while a boy tried to hang from a tree branch. They failed, but it was a soft failure.
When you're an Olympic medalist back home, you're going to get some cool perks, and Nick Goepper definitely did. Goepper is an Indiana native who won a bronze medal in Sochi for Slopestyle Skiing. Indiana just happens to be home to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which holds the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400. So, the speedway decided they would get this Olympian out on the track snow for some high-speed skiing. Who else gets to say they backflipped at the Brickyard on skis?
A dog named Berkeley really enjoys the snow. Don't believe us? Check out this video.
Located inside the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota is a park, Minnehaha Falls. Once the cold months come around though, the falls freeze and get even more incredible. Minnehaha Falls truly becomes an icy wonderland. But, we haven't quite figured out if the falls themselves or just saying MINI-HA-HA is more fun.
When the temperature drops, Minnehaha Falls freezes over in Minneapolis, Minnesota, forming a spectacular scene. A park inside the city open to the public during summer and closed once frozen. But, that doesn't keep people from frolicking in this winter wonderland.