A little travel stoke double-feature from Brian DeFrees. EVER FEEL LIKE SEEING the country, but it seems too damn hard to get out the front door? Brian Defrees’ timelapses come to the rescue! Now, in under five minutes, you can travel 12,225-miles from the comfort of your recliner. Now, before you click the little “play” button […]
Naysayers beware: roadtripping in an electric car is not only possible, but practical. MOTOR TREND’S JESSI LANG AND FRANK MARKUS drive the new Tesla Model S sedan from LA to Las Vegas in one charge (and still have juice to cruise the strip.) Lang and Markus have a fun adventure testing the limits of an electric car, including sweating […]
I RARELY GET INTO music videos, but this one caught my attention and held it all the way until the end. On the road, freedom is a double-edged sword. What do you sacrifice to “get out there?” For most of us, it’s money that we exchange for time exploring the world. Of course, to get […]
ROSS CHING’S BEAUTIFUL TIMELAPSE sequence focuses on the mega-landscapes that define the open road of the American West. Timelapse video seems to encapsulate that roadtrip “feel.” Of course, there’s the beauty of the landscapes that photographers use to fill the frame, but what really give timelapse its magic is the way it plays with time. […]
Part 2 of our video series, Touring Acadia National Park. Follow Ashley Johnson as she climbs Acadia’s notorious Beehive, a column of granite that towers over Sand Beach on Acadia’s eastern shore. At only 520 feet, how hard can it be? Ashley finds out! Follow Ashley as she explores the rest of the island, eats […]
Arteries of America TV presents part one of its first episode: Acadia National Park. Ride along with Ashley as she drives Acadia’s Park Loop Road, visiting Sand Beach, Thunder Hole, Jordan Pond and Cadillac Mountain. Follow Ashley as she explores the rest of the island, climbing the precipitous Beehive trail, eating ice cream in Bar Harbor, cycling […]
Allie Bombach and Red Reel Video have created one of the most in-depth looks at people who choose to live a mobile lifestyle (often living in their cars, trucks or converted school buses) to be closer to the locations of their outdoor passions.