Month: December 2020

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Charge your camera batteries, dress warmly, grab the camera and revel in capturing wonderful powder photos. Freshly fallen snow provides amazing advantages to photographers who seize the opportunity. Snow transforms the landscape into a winter wonderland, covers up debris and disguises other distractions. Leafless bushes become pillars of white, mundane boulders transform into soft fluffy
In this 3rd episode of get to know Joe Robinet, I hike through the city with Scout, talking about my city, and other stuff.. we end up in a wooded area and make a cup of tea. Bushcraft Courses Facebook Instagram Twitter
Photo By Christina Emond Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Young Wolf” by Christina Emond. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the website homepage,  Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your
Subscribe to our new channel WooHoo: 8 Life Hacks And Ideas For The Best Fortnite Party Of This Summer: Summer camp is an ideal place for games with friends, outdoor activities, and of course, pranks! Do you think so too? Then you’ll surely like our new summer prank ideas for camp! Supplies and
In this video, I show how to make a natural shelter out of snow, called the snow trench. I also show the northgate bushcraft winter students’ bushcraft shelters made of natural materials, and man made. Bushcraft Courses Facebook Instagram Twitter
As summer turns to fall and the days get shorter and cooler, the change of season triggers one of nature’s remarkable journeys, as various avian species begin a southern migration to warmer climates in search of more abundant food supplies. The Pacific Flyway is one of the major north-south routes for migratory birds in America,
Photo By David Bornmann “I was with my photography buddies at Sarasota’s Lido Beach,” says photographer David Bornmann. “We were there for one of our seasonal trips to photograph the terns and skimmers that nest on the beach each year. They nest in different colonies on the same beach south of my home in Oldsmar,
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   12.09.20 A rut fueled buck is NOT to be messed with. They’ve been marching around the woods all charged up and looking for a doe to breed, and usually have to slam racks together with other bucks to prove their dominance in the field. Barstool Sports recently shared a video on Instagram
After finally witnessing a total solar eclipse and declaring it the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen, I started hearing people say things like, “Wait until you see the northern lights.” So when fellow pro photographer Don Smith and I planned an Iceland photo trip to prepare for our upcoming photo workshop, we chose January
Going camping and are at loss what to bring when it comes to food? Check out this episode of Brooklyn Mama’s Kitchen and learn how to do meal prep for a camping weekend like a pro. For a full camping meal prep list and more episodes check out This episode will walk you though