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Wayward: Stories and Photographs

Shooting outdoor photography is a powerful way to commune with nature and experience the fullness of life. No one does it better than Chris Burkard, a renown adventure and landscape photographer famous for his cold-water surfing work and expansive landscapes, his work will leave you inspired to get out and seek these experiences for yourself. In the new book Wayward: Stories and Photographs, Chris showcases Burkard´s stunning photos captured in wild, remote destinations and offbeat landscapes, beautifully portraying the humble placement of the human in contrast to nature.



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HIGH CAMP FIRELIGHT FLASK BOREALIS EDITION | Image

HIGH CAMP FIRELIGHT FLASK BOREALIS EDITION

High Camp have released an all-black version of their popular vacuum insulated flask. There is no better feeling than a sip of your favorite spirit after a long day in the outdoors. Designed to be shared, the Firelight Flask is the first stainless-steel 750 ml flask that carries two tumblers along with it, providing outdoor drinking enthusiasts with a sleek solution to consuming wine or spirits around a campfire or any outdoor environment. With a stainless steel con...
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SKULL ICE CUBE MOLD

Chill your favorite whiskey to the bone with this cool and morbid Skull Ice Cube Mold. All you need to do is fill the plastic mold with water and freeze, then split it open to remove the skull ice cube. You can buy these spooky cubes for $12 each from amazon....
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Food from the Fire

Swedish Michelin-starred chef Niklas Ekstedt, is a huge star of the Scandinavian restaurant world. In is restaurant EKSTEDT in Stockholm, they only use Scandinavian wood in order to give the food a unique character, cooking purely with fire, no gas or electricity. In the book "Food from the Fire" Ekstedt takes us through the five steps of building a fire pit – from where to put it to the actual construction, the wood to use, and how to light it. He also takes you ...
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