1. Arthur aux Marquises - Crossing Pacific ocean with two kids and some orcas.

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    from Bernard Pavard / Added

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    Arthur (3 ans) et son frère Antoine (2 ans), traversent l'océan Pacifique et découvrent la culture polynésienne et les requins.Cela leur a apparemment bien plu au point d'y retourner... Sailing Pacific Ocean to the Marquise Islands with two quids and some orcas.

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    • Cape Blanco State Park, Oregon

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      from Gordon Pierce / Added

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      It was a beautiful morning for a walk at nearby Cape Blanco State Park, located a few miles north of Port Orford, Oregon. I used my Gopro Hero 4 Silver camera to record the clips in 2.7K, 30 FPS video. Camera stability was achieved with the use of a Feiyu Tech G4 3-axis handheld gimbal and the video was processed in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Music: "Roses (Instrumental)" by Birdsong At Morning

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      • One day in the jungle

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        from Ignas / Added

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        Some footage shot on November in Costa Rica.

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        • How Deep is the Mariana Trench?

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          from Becky Nelson / Added

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          The Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean is the deepest point on Earth. But exactly how deep is it?

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          • Aerial Video of Surfing and Sailing in Santa Cruz and Half Moon Bay

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            from Jarród Bérubé / Added

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            Aerial video teaser of my aerial camera work, coloring and editing.

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            • Beet In Cabo 2015 - teaser

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              from Boite Beet / Added

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              Shot, scored & chopped in San Jose del Cabo, BCS, March 23rd 2015. #getusedtoit Song by Kendrick Lamar: "I", To Pimp a Butterfly, 2014.

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              • Gold Paradise // Eric Gamez // BoogHouse

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                from BOOG HOUSE.tv / Added

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                Boog House Hotel // Cook Islands, Rarotonga Surfcamp accommodation French Polynesia Eric Gamez

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                • Max Yarawamai

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                  from Nathan Fitch / Added

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                  A series of stories of Micronesians who have left the islands to take up life in the US. Many live in the Hawaii, but others live in mainland US. A few have spent long years in the US military. Some have gone on to run their own businesses. One or two see their main role as caretakers–of their own families and of their fellow island migrants. All have words of advice to offer others who find themselves living abroad. Yet, in the end, the most important thing these individuals have to share with their island people is their own inspiring story. Most of these individuals live comfortably in their new home, although not many of them would call themselves well-to-do. If they can be described as success stories, it is not so much because of the money they made or the job responsibilities their bear as their determination to forge strong ties with their new community while cultivating their old bonds with the people back home.

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                  • Innocenta Sound

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                    from Nathan Fitch / Added

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                    A series of stories of Micronesians who have left the islands to take up life in the US. Many live in the Hawaii, but others live in mainland US. A few have spent long years in the US military. Some have gone on to run their own businesses. One or two see their main role as caretakers–of their own families and of their fellow island migrants. All have words of advice to offer others who find themselves living abroad. Yet, in the end, the most important thing these individuals have to share with their island people is their own inspiring story. Most of these individuals live comfortably in their new home, although not many of them would call themselves well-to-do. If they can be described as success stories, it is not so much because of the money they made or the job responsibilities their bear as their determination to forge strong ties with their new community while cultivating their old bonds with the people back home.

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                    • Serpian Yaliweisei

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                      from Nathan Fitch / Added

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                      A series of stories of Micronesians who have left the islands to take up life in the US. Many live in the Hawaii, but others live in mainland US. A few have spent long years in the US military. Some have gone on to run their own businesses. One or two see their main role as caretakers–of their own families and of their fellow island migrants. All have words of advice to offer others who find themselves living abroad. Yet, in the end, the most important thing these individuals have to share with their island people is their own inspiring story. Most of these individuals live comfortably in their new home, although not many of them would call themselves well-to-do. If they can be described as success stories, it is not so much because of the money they made or the job responsibilities their bear as their determination to forge strong ties with their new community while cultivating their old bonds with the people back home.

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