Full Moon Silhouettes (Click for Video)
Full Moon Silhouettes is an incredible awe-inspiring real time video of the moon rising over the Mount Victoria Lookout in Wellington, New Zealand. It was filmed by Mark Gee, a freelance photographer and digital visual effects artist based in Wellington, from 2.1km away on the other side of the city on January 28, 2013. Read more
Caden and Conner (click for video)
Several months ago we posted a story about two inspiring brothers Conner and Cayden. Cayden, who is 6, has cerebral palsy. Conner, who is 8, pushes and tows his little brother in all of their races and refuses to compete without him. The brothers have been named sports kids of the year by Sports Illustrated. Watch in this moving video as they receive their award. You can also see LeBron James, who won Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year, pay tribute to them and says that they are the real sportsmen of the year. Great stuff!
Tempest Milky Way (click for video)
This awe-inspiring video, Tempest Milky Way filmed by Randy Halverson, won Best Overall and Audience Choice at the 2011 Chronos Film Festival. It was all shot in central South Dakota from June-August
Halverson said it was challenging to make the video because it was difficult to get good storms with stars. Read more
I Like Adoption (click for video)
The Dennehy’s have adopted nine children from around the world- many of them with special needs. When they started adopting, friends told them that they would ruin their lives. And while they had no experience raising special needs kids, they found that by giving unconditional love that the kids blossomed.
Watch their inspiring story in this short video produced by ILikeGiving.com.
Youthful seniors singing at a coffee shop (click for video)
A group of talented seniors at a Tim Horton’s in Canada break out into song flash mob style in this inspiring video. The song is Can You Feel The Love Tonight by Elton John.
Clouds by Zach Sobiech
Zach Sobiech was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in 2009. Since his diagnosis, Zach has endured several surgeries and months of chemo. In May, 2012, the cancer spread to his pelvis and lungs. There are no known effective treatments left. As Zach fights to live, he remains the same joyful soul he has always been. He still smiles as brightly as he did before cancer – it just means more now.