they’re all very experienced in big waves. they all have safety teams with jet-ski assist and every single person in the water is wearing a heavy-water wet suit that has an air-bladder in it which can be released and bring the surfer back to
This spot is located a few miles past Makaha beach on the island of O’ahu at a location called Makua beach. It is at the foot of Makua valley. The actual surf spot, which is a very popular location for taking photographs, is called
I’ve been looking for the perfect place to get foul diarrhea, thank you stranger. No more will I have to make do with a taco bell parking lot.
It’s only divable in May, June, when the snow melting on the mountains fills it. Right now it is a mere pond with less than 2m
Dry Tortugas National Park, awesome place. I used to go camping there, though I’m not sure if they still allow overnight camping on the island. It was a great place, you could trade the local shrimp and lobster fisherman cigarettes and beer for huge
I’ve been twice. What I like to do is walk ALLLLL the way down past the shops and stuff, past the chairs and umbrellas on the beach. Eventually you get to an open area where people aren’t trying to rent out things to you
Thanks! Believe it or not, I was actually just waist deep. It was late afternoon so the light was already lower and the water just had a really dark look to it as the storm rolled out to sea. Got the camera down as
I have a million and one fond memories of Lake George. My family meets up there for a reunion every year. I even swam across it one year – though that’s not as impressive as it sounds, it was only about a mile at
Thankfully they’re different people! [Aaron Feinberg the rollerblader](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Feinberg) [Aaron Feinberg the photographer](http://photo.net/photodb/user?user_id=4611221)
I can’t find reference to a Malo River in Vanuatu. One seems to be in the Atlantic and the other in the Pacific.
A few miles from there. I spent a lot of time at Little Beach when she was a colicky baby though. ha ha.
Rock stacking level > Hawaiian… (not possible) No… Fucking… Way… You almost had me there for a minute… there is no…fucking…way…
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Tannins, compounds found in many different trees. It turns things a rich brown color, thus the reason why it was used for ‘tanning’ leather. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tannin
** EDIT ** It has come to my attention, that this IN FACT may be [Minnehaha Falls](http://i.imgur.com/WKrhX.jpg). If this is the case, I apologize for my research error. I was looking at Dolomite Landscapes and waterfalls and found this. I will remove it if
Exactly! About a year back I got a stand up paddleboard and got relatively proficient on it. On calm water. Took it out on Lake Michigan on a day when the waves were pumping up a little higher than normal, and the abnormal way
All of the whale sharks in these aquariums have been caught from the wild and die within 2 years of being captured (normal lifespan is approx 16 years). And no one has ever successfully been able to breed whale sharks in captivity. They are
This is from the Uttarakhand Floods in June 2013 which damaged over 4200 villages and killed over 5,000 people in India and Nepal. Apparently, the rainfall was 375% more than the average monsoon rainfall. [Searching for bodies who died during the extreme natural fury
Looks a lot like the beach at Azul Sensatori where I had my wedding. Nice picture.
[Original](http://imgur.com/lDe8AEV) – iPhone 5s. The picture didn’t make it justice though, fantastic place!
You have to take a boat to get there. It’s about almost 2 hours each way. You can camp on the island, but you have to get a permit with the national park and there are only about 8 camp spots–no running water on
>WTF? OK, first off, I’m not referring just to this subreddit. He reposts in and across all the political boards as well. Crossposts. He *crossposts*. >I’ve never reported Mind_virus in my entire life, and I don’t appreciate being told that I’m annoying without a