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Is This 4 Year Old The Youngest Nat Geo Photographer Ever?

Nat Geo photographer Aaron Huey's four year old son, Hawkeye, might be the youngest Nat Geo photographer ever. After an 18 month road trip around the country with a disposal camera in tow, Hawkeye captured the oft overlooked and undervalued knee high perspective that children bring to the table. 

RELATED: Social Experiment: Dad Takes Park and Pow Laps With Toddlers Between His Legs

Both Aaron and Hawkeye are attempting to fund a book of Hawkeye's disposables called "Cowboys Indians Hobos Gamblers Patriots Tourists and Sunsets: The Book." We're not going to lie, we see a lot of photographers in this office, and Hawkeye isn't just some toddler toting around a silly camera. 

Check out the Kickstarter here

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​VIDEO: What’s it Like to Have Jackson Hole Ski Patroller As A Parent?
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​VIDEO: What’s it Like to Have Jackson Hole Ski Patroller As A Parent?

​VIDEO: What’s it Like to Have Jackson Hole Ski Patroller As A Parent?

Growing up as a child of JHMR Ski Patrol is a unique and incredible experience. Travis Rice, Cam Fitzpatrick and Forrest Jillson all were fortunate enough to have parents on Ski Patrol growing up, helping to carve their own paths to becoming world-class athletes through inspiration, observation, and knowledge. Now, a new generation of skiers and riders are growing up as children of JHMR Ski Patrol, following in their parent’s footsteps and chasing their passions on snow. TGR would love to

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Green Race Live Stream is BACK!
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Green Race Live Stream is BACK!

Green Race Live Stream is BACK!

First Saturday of November. High Noon. That's right - Green Race is back. One of the gnarliest events in whitewater kayaking takes place this weekend and for the second year in a row, you can watch it right from the comfort of your home on live stream. However, if you happen to be near North Carolina's iconic Green River Narrows, the race is allowing spectators again and it's guaranteed to be a party. Either way, you don't want to miss it. Will this be the year the four-minute mark is broken?

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Torryd is Back with ‘The Tale of Fossegrimmen’
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Torryd is Back with ‘The Tale of Fossegrimmen’

Torryd is Back with ‘The Tale of Fossegrimmen’

The boys at Torryd, finally came out of retirement to bring us a new film -While on a paddling trip to Iceland, Knox Hammack goes missing. A mysterious Oracle appears to help his friends Trent McCrerey and Isaac Hull find him. After searching high and low, and running many burly stouts, the Oracle tells them that the Fossegrimmen is holding Knox hostage and to set him free they must amuse him. Naturally, Trent and Isaac kickfliping Ullarfoss does the trick and the Fossegrimmen lets Knox go.