1. Ian H (Varsity GS-3, 2nd Run, 6HP, 2015)

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    from High Point Ski Team / Added

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    Last GS race of the 2015 High School Season. The race was set up on the Kamikaze trail at Mountain Creek but the finish was lower than the previous races. Set up was closer to last years course length. Ian's results were 1:01.23 (50), and 59.02 (45) for a combined total of 2:00.25 (48). The team finished in eighth place with a total time of 7:25.29

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    • Personnage TS2

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      from Alexis Huet / Added

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      Representation TS2 option multimédia Musiques : Sebastien Tellier - Skatesteak Ratatat - Wildcat

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      • Ruben, Season Edit 13-14

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        from Erik Rosenfors / Added

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        This is footage from the 2013-2014 season with Ruben, who turned 10 years old in 2014. It's shot in Kiruna, Riksgränsen, and Kläppen, Sweden. Enjoy!

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        • Showreel

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          from DX Films / Added

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          Showreel featuring some of my wildlife, scenic and aerial footage from around Scotland.

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          • BETH MCKEAN ~ MOUNTAIN LION DANCE

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            from Beth McKean / Added

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            The Mountain Lion teaches us the power of leadership. The balance between strength and grace in our body, mind and spirit. Stand tall and own that power, without hesitation. These teachings are the connection Beth is making through her weaving dance. Learn more about Mountain Lion through Beth's blog postings on her website: bethmckean.com/site/blog/ Thanks for watching! Videography & Editing by Tyler Knight of District Media & Design www.tylerknight.ca www.districtmediadesign.com

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            • Imagine a world

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              from John Muir Trust / Added

              We're imagining a better world where wild places are valued, and ecosystems are restored and functioning. Read more about our work at www.johnmuirtrust.org

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              • A Certain Shade of Green

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                from Attack and Release Hawaii / Added

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                Adventuring the old Wailuku town and doing the loop. So many shades of green, each one tells a story. Experimented with a bit of color grading and a different aspect ratio. Thanks for Watching Music: "The Fall" by Peter Rudenko (http://alonetone.com/author) Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge

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                • Jellico

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                  from Ronnie Bryant / Added

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                  RZR, Can Am and Wild Cat Trail Riding in Jellico TN

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                  • Eurasian lynx in the making

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                    from David Mayer Sculpture / Added

                    This is a short video showing David Mayer working on a new life size sculpture, the Eurasian Lynx. This is a behind the scenes look at David's work in progress.

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                    • Managing deer for nature

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                      from John Muir Trust / Added

                      Deer are an essential part of Scotland's wild landscapes. They help maintain variety in habitats such as woodland, and as our largest mammal they add drama to our human experiences in the outdoors. However, the elimination of their natural predators, and the focus on encouraging high deer numbers for stag shooting, has altered their important role in our ecosystems. Across Scotland, high numbers of deer are preventing trees from growing and woodlands from regenerating. We need to think differently to reverse the dramatic decline in biodiversity that has stricken our countryside. This means managing deer numbers so that a far wider range of plants and animals are able to flourish. Deer management should be based on the state of nature - taking the natural capacity of our soils to support vegetation, and the vegetation needed to support deer and other wildlife, as the starting point. Unless we get serious about lowering deer numbers, our woodlands and wildlife will continue to suffer. We hope this film will help to explain some of the issues. Find out more at www.jmt.org

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