Photo By Gretchen Henninger Today’s Photo of the Day is “Seneca Mill and Falls” by Gretchen Henninger. Location: Finger Lakes Region of New York. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have
Home » News » Turkey Poacher Draws First Lifetime Hunting Ban in Indiana History An intensive criminal investigation revealed the West Lafayette, Ind., man poached turkeys in the state and as many as six others. Hanson Pusey, 25, received the first lifetime hunting ban in Indiana state history last week at the conclusion of a
Luke Cuenco 11.18.22 Stay hydrated! Words to live by! No matter how you get your water on the go, having a good water bottle is a surefire way to always be ready for adventure when it calls. While store-bought “disposable” plastic water bottles are inexpensive and convenient, they’re also terrible for the environment, more expensive per
With every update, Zoner Photo Studio X (ZPS X) keeps getting better and better, offering more and more features while keeping the price at a super-affordable $59 per year (or $5.99 month-to-month). In this round of upgrades, we see significant improvements in the Zonerama online gallery, new features that improve workflow and more workspace for
The independently produced labor of love includes a grinding guitar score the two-man crew wrote and performed themselves. What’s the definition of a passion project? We humbly submit that it’s anything you make in your precious spare time while working a full-time job. That’s the case with DIMMU TOPPTUR, a hard-charging, head-banging, occasionally black-and-white ski
Luke Cuenco 11.17.22 With fall well underway and winter fast approaching for much of the United States, outdoor get together are becoming quite scarce for all but the most well-prepared. You can join the fun this winter too with Solostove’s new Ranger, Bonfire, and Yukon Pi Fire pizza oven and fire pit combo that combines Solostoves
I love the feel of sun on my back as it signals the beginning of a new day. The warmth, color, quality of light and illumination can’t be replicated at any other time of day. The same holds true for the light that appears just before the sun sets in the evening. Both are special
Home » Technology » Power Stations, Solar Generators: Jackery Cyber Sale and Giveaway Jackery celebrates its 10th anniversary with a sale that will include the brand’s biggest deals. The savings event overlaps with its Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals and giveaway. During this holiday sale, you can save up to $1,080 on a Jackery
Luke Cuenco 11.16.22 Adaptable, capable, and innovative, the new Diamond Archery Alter compound bow is the latest offering from Diamond Archery for hunters. The new Alter is driven by Diamond’s patented Binary Cam system which allows for higher projectile speeds and better accuracy using Diamond’s easy “set-and-forget” tuning. The Alter is a great selection for virtually
Photo By Nickolas Warner Today’s Photo of the Day is “Mr. Muskox” by Nickolas Warner. Location: Deadhorse, Alaska. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on
Home » Holiday » Best Gifts for Cyclists: 10 Great Presents for Your Favorite Biker Cycling is heavily gear-oriented, and cyclists can be very particular. But don’t worry — we know some gifts to make them happy. The GearJunkie staff have been deeply rooted in the two-wheel world for decades. Let us help you find
Rusty S. 11.15.22 5.11’s A/T 8″ Waterproof Boot: One Seriously Good Three-Season Contender I recently wrapped up testing 5.11’s A/T 8″ waterproof boots over spring, summer, and fall use in a ranching, hiking and hunting context. These boots saw a lot of miles, both in the pasture and on and off-trail in the high deserts and
Congratulations to Ross Stone for winning the recent Into The Sun assignment with the image, “Four of a Kind.” View the winning image and a selection of submissions below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots!
Winter ultras combine the challenges of endurance racing with the season’s weather and extreme cold. To win, or even finish, takes perseverance and a little chill. It sounds ironic, but you have to be pretty chill to pedal, run, or ski more than 100 miles in polar vortex conditions. For Kate Coward, it’s a specialty.
Luke Cuenco 11.14.22 Turkey Calling is an art in and of itself within the activity of turkey hunting. While a good set of turkey calling skills can take you far, the quality of your turkey calls will often dictate how accurate your calls will sound to the prey in question. There are a lot of great
Seven-tenths of our planet is covered by water. For many nature photographers, it’s instinctive to want to explore what images lie beneath the water. That intrigue set me on a course to explore the world’s oceans. Here’s what I’ve learned about underwater photography along the way. I approached this photograph as a conventional landscape, so