National Geographic Magazine’s annual photo contest will be closed for new entries tomorrow, and the grand prize winner will receive $10,000 and a trip to National Geographic headquarters to participate in its annual photography seminar. This is just a handful of some of the best entries out of the thousands of photos from this year’s competition.
We’ve seen plenty of cyclists ride through mountains, forests, snow, and other epic places, but this seems a bit like trying to make a speed run through a labyrinth. Filip Polc was 2nd on the day but would take the overall title in the 2014 City Downhill World Tour. Check out this bone rattling footage!
“I want to thank everybody that thinks the cop was in the wrong, which he was. I was respectful up to the point where he gave me a $1000 ticket for my license plate and told me to go back to school and take physics lessons because I said that it flipped up by itself considering it’s on there with zip-ties. That’s when I got sarcastic. I in no way wanted to make it seem like I was being sincere when I said god bless you. As for everyone else, go f**k yourself…or better yet, wait until the cops f**k you.” – Albert Valdes
Flip pro and former ‘Skater of the year’ David Gonzalez has an insane magnified video thanks to the guys over at Thrasher Magazine. Watch the skin burning battle David had to fight in order to land clean and roll away. These magnified videos are frying my brain. That rollaway sounded like a f**ken jet plane. I honestly wouldn’t be mad if he won skater of the year again.
Daniel Radcliffe loves rap, and he has been listening to Eminem since he was young. The fact that an actor is good at memorising intricate lyrics isn’t that much of a surprise, but props to the former boy wizard for braving a performance of the Blackalicious tongue-twister “Alphabet Aerobics” on TV. And, well, f**ken nailing it hard. Nice American accent, too.