In the Chyulu Hills of Kenya, master sculptor Mark Coreth is on safari to capture one of the area's largest elephants in clay. Working with extraordinary speed, Coreth sculpts small-scale field studies as a "three-dimensional form of sketching" for completing his finished works back in the studio. His magnificent portraits convey the movement, speed, and violence of wildlife and have made him internationally recognized as a master sculptor of the animal in motion.
You won't find another musician quite like Gaelynn Lea. Based in Duluth, Minnesota, she's a folk singer and violinist classically trained in Celtic and American fiddle traditions and has been honing her craft for the past 20 years. Born with brittle bone disease, she invented a new way to play her instrument, holding her violin upright as one would a cello. Combining her classical training with traditional Celtic sounds and a loop pedal, Lea has devised an entirely new style of music, bewitching the internet with her melancholic, haunting ballads.
Gaelynn Lea: https://violinscratches.com/
Alexander- Kirill's father. Alexander plays Piano and Hammond. Kirill plays Saxophones, Clarinet , Piano and Hammond , Drums Kirill is 17 years old now. Every song they play and improvise without sheets.
Imogen the Koala from Symbio Wildlife Park celebrated turning three years of age this week, and didn't she get spoilt.
With best mates and fellow world famous Koalas "James and Willow" joining in the celebrations they even had a selfie station to get the best Koala Selfies EVER.
From a gorgeous bouquet of freshly picked wild flowers brought in by Zoo Keeper Jules, through to more Koala cuddles than the sweet girl could ask for, it was definitely a day to remember.
Impact. Inspire. Empower Speech: Inky Johnson was 8 games away from playing in the NFL when tragedy struck. Watch the full video to see why Inky Johnson is an inspiration machine who refuses to let tragedy define his life.
WHILST MOST 22-year-olds are socializing with friends, Gabby Scampone is wrestling alligators. Gabby moved from New York to Florida seven months ago to pursue her career relocating and caring for alligators. After falling in love with reptiles at the age of 15, Gabby now volunteers at Everglades Holiday Park, where she puts on a daily show wrestling alligators and also rescues nuisance gators from local properties.
Thailand's Sanctuary of Truth is a modern day marvel, made entirely of wood without the use of a single nail. Built using ancient carving techniques, the religious shrine has been under construction since 1981, with teams of dedicated architects continually working to finish out the plans of its creator. Originally commissioned by a Thai millionaire intent on keeping traditional craftsmanship alive, the structure is now considered to be a religious shrine, a cultural monument and a work of art, all in one. Welcome to the Sanctuary of Truth, a divine masterpiece in the making.
A tribute to the combined power of faith, this stirring song from the animated film "The Prince of Egypt" seemed a perfect opportunity to invite our friends from the BYU Women's Chorus to join us. Acting as the children of Israel singing a Hebrew prayer of gratitude, we sing, "In Your love, You lead the people You have redeemed."
Time for another throwback to our People are Awesome vs FailArmy back to back wins vs fails compilations!! Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn! Thanks to FailArmy for collaborating with us on this compilation and providing the best hilarious fails!
For the past 17 years, Harsukhbhai Dobariya and his family have been feeding thousands of birds every single day. Parrots, weaver birds, pigeons and crows are some of the species which flock in every morning to the rooftop of Harsukhbhai's home in Gujarat, India. Generous Harsukhbhai spends over 1100 every three months to feed these birds on sticks of pearl millets.