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After the Avalanche

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24:22
After the Avalanche: Life as an Adventure Photographer With PTSD
After surviving an avalanche in 2011, photographer Cory Richard's world began to fall apart. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, he found that the only escape from the struggles of daily life was the adrenaline rush of a good adventure.
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Photographing Conflict: Libya’s Uprising and the Refugee Crisis
Determined to document the Libyan conflict in 2011, photojournalist Lynsey Addario snuck into Libya through Egypt—without a visa—with some fellow journalists.
The 800-Mile Hike That Nearly Killed Us

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15:49
The 800-Mile Hike That Nearly Killed Us
Few people have ever completed a thru-hike of the Grand Canyon, and now National Geographic explorers Kevin Fedarko and Pete McBride know why: The almost 800-mile hike quickly proved to be the most difficult undertaking of their lives.
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