The Queens Drive - a trek at The Remarkables in New Zealand (HD video)

The Green Lake landslide - the world's largest recorded landslide (HD video)

Iceland 2009

Antarctica 2008 video Part 1

Antarctica 2008 video Part 2

Antarctica 2008 video Part 3

Volcan San Pedro - trekking on Volcan San Pedro, northern Chile

Descent from Volcan Lanin, Argentina - two soldiers pass me on the descent of Volcan Lanin, happy to be going home after a week at high altitude

Malabar Headland - Malabar Headland is a peninsular on the coast of Sydney that is owned by the Federal Government of Australia but is derelict and the subject of conflicting proposals for its development.


A monster wave gives up its secrets - surfing clip courtesy of the BBC taken with a high speed camera:

"A huge ocean wave has been filmed from beneath the surface, revealing features never before captured on camera. The remarkable video, which will be shown as part of the BBC Natural History Unit's new series South Pacific, was filmed in super slow motion using a high-definition camera. It reveals the hidden power of a four-metre-tall monster barrel wave. It also shows the first images of underwater spiralling vortices created by the wave's action. The wave was filmed off the coast of Pohnpei in the Caroline Islands, part of the Federated State of Micronesia. The location is well known in the international surf community. Some of the biggest waves in the world break on South Pacific islands. The storm swells that create these waves travel more than 5,000km to break on their shorelines."




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