Reno Romeo and JD Edde have ridden their kites in the land of fire and ice.
The Brazilian kiteboarders traveled to Iceland to push the limits and break the rules of their sport. They wanted to ride the cold winds and slide across giant platforms of ice.
It was a freezing, dangerous challenge for the duo, but they brought splendid experiences, frostbites, and breathtaking footage.
The 20th century marked the birth of surfing as an outdoor water sports activity, and the Hawaiian Islands were the epicenter of a cultural and economic revolution.
In the first decades of the 1900s, the art of "surfboarding" - or "surfriding" - brought thousands of new tourists to the iconic Pacific Ocean archipelago. Hawaii was en vogue.
The local beach boys would teach foreigners how to catch a wave, and tourism flourished. In the early 1940s, Frederic Ullman, Jr. produced a "sports reel" for Pictorial Films, capitalizing on Hawaii's strongest touristic offerings.