I shoved my phone in my husband’s face to show him a picture I’d taken of the New York skyline. “It’s good, right?” I asked, way too proud of myself because, frankly, it was not good. “Well,” he said. “Imagine how good it would look if you knew what you were doing.” I rolled my eyes but took him up on his offer to…
Just in time for the holidays, Amazon’s taking a whopping 60% off custom-printed cards, calendars, and books.
A friend of mine who knows me through our local Cars & Coffee works for Michelin. This week they had the very last One:1 (1 of 6 worldwide) in their North American Headquarters for three days. The One:1 is shod in custom Michelins, naturally. Specially developed Pilot Sport Cup 2s. Of course they’re specially…
Information about anything inside North Korea is hard to come by, but Pyongyang’s metro system is particularly secretive. Access to foreigners has historically been secretive, but one photographer recently made it in, rode the entire system, and has the photos to prove it.
You want every picture we’ve got from the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance? You want every curve, every detail, every achingly gorgeous car from every perfect era? Fine. Have it your way. Here are 90 (ninety!) photos of absolute motoring magnificence, captured by photographer extraordinaire PUPPYKNUCKLES. Starting…
The F-35 Lightning II, the P-38 Lightning and the F-22 Raptor – which was originally named “Lightning” – are all fighters made by mega-defense contractor Lockheed. And being a mega–contractor, it has mega history. Here are those three planes showcased under a sky set ablaze with fireworks.
As Operation Atlantic Resolve rolls on indefinitely and the Pentagon moves a portion of its ground fighting equipment to Eastern Europe permanently, photos of Abrams main battle tanks operating in the region have become commonplace. But not photos like this.
These are the first full photos of the all-new 2016 Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin, perhaps the first bike to genuinely live up to the adventure motorcycle’s potential. Big dirt bike? Yep, and not much more.
You know how long nine hours is? Maybe you think you do, until you stretch that time around the starting and finishing flags of a single automobile race. Then nine hours becomes the cerebral input of three or four days smashed into one long, blurry landscape, with occasional lucid awakenings prompted by tires…
You don't need an off-road trailer to get to some incredible camping spots. Check out how good this Airstream Basecamp looks with a color-matched Ford Raptor posting up on the Oregon Coast!
Wildlife is not the only thing that enjoys the vast empty expanses of America's northern-most state. There is so much room to train over Alaska's fully outfitted air combat ranges that there is really no other place in the world quite like it for military aircrews and weapons and tactics testers to push their hardware…
After the last episode of Plane Porn, which featured photos submitted by readers, I once again issued a call-to-action for you to send in your photos for another episode. There was a huge response, and today we'll see several of your submissions. Because there were so many, I couldn't get them all in this week, but…
Andersen AFB is located on the island of Guam, about two thirds of the way between Hawaii and Taiwan. Given its location, Andersen is one of America's most strategic outposts, and with it sprawling size it acts like gigantic aircraft carrier and sea base from which the USA can project immense power.
When it comes to the small world of aviation photography, José "Fuji" Ramos is notorious for taking fantastic shots, often times from the backseat of a Navy aggressor jet. Here's what he captures.
The Israeli Air Force is one of the most well trained and well equipped air arms force in the entire world and photographer Nir Ben Yosef visually showcases this mighty force with uncanny drama and mood.
Did Nikola Tesla actually work as a swimming instructor? What's the deal with that famous photo of Albert Einstein and his therapist? Did they actually make radiation-aged bourbon back in the 1960s? Nope!
Snow! At a football game!
Each year in Atlanta there is a convergence of three groups of extreme fandom on a single weekend. First, we have these folks: