Earlier this fall Ryan Heffernan was commissioned by Angel Fire Resort to document their unique outdoor activities. Located in the
beautiful Southern Rockies of New Mexico, Angel Fire recently opened a multi-station Zipline Tour at the summit of their ski mountain. The  highlight stretch of the tour allows adrenaline seekers to fly hundreds of feet above the forest floor as they traverse from peak to peak, side by side, on a 1,600 foot tandem zipline.

Earlier this fall Ryan Heffernan was commissioned by Angel Fire Resort to document their unique outdoor activities. Located in the

beautiful Southern Rockies of New Mexico, Angel Fire recently opened a multi-station Zipline Tour at the summit of their ski mountain. The  highlight stretch of the tour allows adrenaline seekers to fly hundreds of feet above the forest floor as they traverse from peak to peak, side by side, on a 1,600 foot tandem zipline.

Hot Air Balloon Ride - “Enjoy your trip,” by Alessio Andreani 

Hot air balloons tour, taken at about 400 meters during sunrise above Çavuçin (Turkey).
Equipment: Nikon D800 + 16-35 f\4

Hot Air Balloon Ride - “Enjoy your trip,” by Alessio Andreani 

Hot air balloons tour, taken at about 400 meters during sunrise above Çavuçin (Turkey).
Equipment: Nikon D800 + 16-35 f\4
Hula Hoop - photo by Saverio Governale
HULA HOOP still rocking it since Ancient Greece 
From wikipedia - Hula hooping has been a type of exercise and play from as early as the 5th century in ancient Greece. Before it was known and recognized as the common colourful plastic toy (sometimes with water inside the actual hoop), it used to be made of dried up willow, rattan, grapevines, or stiff grasses. Even though the toy has existed for thousands of years, it is often misunderstood as being invented in the 1950s.

Hula Hoop - photo by Saverio Governale

HULA HOOP still rocking it since Ancient Greece 

Deutsch: Hula-Hoop in Perfektion durch die Rus...
From wikipedia - Hula hooping has been a type of exercise and play from as early as the 5th century in ancient Greece. Before it was known and recognized as the common colourful plastic toy (sometimes with water inside the actual hoop), it used to be made of dried up willow, rattan, grapevines, or stiff grasses. Even though the toy has existed for thousands of years, it is often misunderstood as being invented in the 1950s.