Jimmy Chin, world famous professional photographer, climber, and mountaineer recently sat down with former Navy SEAL, Mark Davine to discuss a variety of topics on Mark's Unbeatable Mind podcast. The pairing talk about Chin's climbing feats, cheating death, and his work as a filmmaker.
The interview is well worth throwing on during your commute as it's fascinating to hear Jimmy reflect about his career and Mark proves to be a good interviewer. It's amazing to hear two people from different worlds find common ground.
The last solar eclipse whose path of totality stretched across the continental U.S. was in 1923. That’s almost 100 years ago, so it’s no wonder everyone is losing their minds over the upcoming eclipse on August 21st. Towns in the path of totality are stocking up on basic supplies like they’re preparing for the end of the world. Here at TGR, our hometown is about to be flooded with up to 100,000 extra tourists: every single hotel room is booked, our traffic is gridlocked, and our airport
This past Friday, Andrew Harris, 32, became the first person with down syndrome to successfully climb the iconic Grand Teton. With the help, love, and support from a committed group of family and friends, Andrew's actions inspired a community and redefined what is possible for an entire group of people. We talked to Max Hammer, pro-skier and Andrew's future brother in law, about the experience. The story and lessons that Max shares about Andrew's story showcase that what is possible comes
Most people don't have thousands of dollars worth of expensive camera and filters needed to capture all the glory of Monday's full eclipse. Fortunately, we put together the following list as a resource to use for those who shoot exclusively with their smartphones and POV cameras. Armed with this information it should be easy to get an A+ Instagram out of this once in a lifetime natural phenomena. Avoid the Haze of Wildfires A good portion of the Western United States is experiencing