Incredible rescue footage: man survives three days trapped underwater
THE SOLE survivor of a capsized ship is rescued after THREE days spent 30 metres underwater in this astonishing video. Ship's cook Harrison Okene, 29, spent 62 hours below the surface after his tugboat, Jacson 4, overturned off the coast of Nigeria. Video footage taken by a rescue diver shows Harrison reach out a hand to one of the rescue crew.
Videographer / Director: DCN Diving Group
Editor: Joshua Douglas
Mount Etna blows perfect steam rings in rare phenomenon
Molten lava erupts violently into the air from a crater on the summit of Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy. The volcano has been quiet over the summer, but dramatically sprang into life over the past few weeks. The eruptions also appeared to change the volcano's vent geometry, causing it to produce a series of perfect steam rings - a rare phenomenon.
Credit: Director / Videographer: Dr. Tom Pfeiffer, Producer: Jack Fletcher, Editor: Josh Douglas.
Check out this video mash by Chad Neidt, as he sings the 20 most overplayed songs of 2013 in just over a minute! Search his other great work across your favorite social networks: @ChadNeidt and ChadNeidtGuy.
1. Thrift Shop
2. Come & Get It
5. I Knew You Were Trouble
7. Just Give Me A Reason
9. Harlem Shake
11. Get Lucky
12. Best Song Ever
13. Wake Me Up
14. I Need Your Love
15. The Fox (What Does The Fox Say)
16. Safe and Sound
17. My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark
18. Wrecking Ball
19. Sweater Weather
20. Blurred Lines
Daredevils smash world record for most women in vertical skydive
A team of 63 daredevils break the record for the largest ever women’s vertical skydive on November 30, 2013 in Eloy, Arizona. FOUR daredevil British women have helped to break a new world record for the largest ever female vertical skydive. Laura Kenyon, Liz Boniface, Catriona Adam and Weed Stoodley, from the British Parachute Association, joined 59 others for the stunt in Eloy, Arizona, yesterday. Breath-taking pictures, by photographer Norman Kent, show the team leaping head first out of a plane at 18,500 feet and plummeting to the ground at 170 miles per hour. The incredible feat smashes the current record of 41 women in a vertical skydive.
Videographer/Director: Norman Kent
Producer: Hannah Mouland
Editor: Joshua Douglas
Stunning time lapse of powerful volcanic eruption in Russia
THIS is the moment a powerful volcanic eruption is caught on camera as it spews molten lava hundreds of feet into the air. Brit volcanic photographer Dr. Richard Roscoe says he stayed awake for up to 20 hours straight in a bid to capture the stunning shots. He traveled thousands of miles from Munich, Germany, to the Far East of Russia, to picture the Shiveluch and Kliuchevskoi volcanoes. At Shiveluch, he plotted up just 3.5 miles away in an area previously decimated by an earlier eruption.
Credit: Videographer / Director: Richard Roscoe, Producer: James Tegerdine, Editor: Joshua Douglas / Ian Phillips.