Life-saving equipment: Interview with Hellenic Rescue

“I lost some friends in accidents and I wanted to learn something to save a life.” Antonis Troumoulis, President of Hellenic Rescue Team Kos Station confides on his desire to help save human lives with his non-profit Search and Rescue organization. What is a typical day like for you? Every member has their one job. After the job finishes we train for about 2 hours unless we get a call for a rescue mission. If we have a call we…
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Rain or Shine: Dr. Marina Costa and Her Dolphins Stay Protected

“I am working at sea with a small RHIB in the Falklands studying dolphins… we cannot go out without our PELI case. The RHIB is constantly under water from the sea or sky. Our cameras, phones, laptops stay protected in the case!” Dr. Costa and her team were working on the `Dolphins of the Kelp´ project focused on two species, Commerson’s and Peale’s dolphins that are present year-round in the coastal waters off the Falkland Islands. One of their studies…
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Paralympic Triathlete Nicolas Dewalque is a man on a mission

From climbing Snowdon solo to competing in multiple regional and national championships, Nicolas Dewalque is a man on a mission and refuses to be bound by his visual impairment. His quest is to discover and create new experiences each day. What motivates you? I’m mostly motivated by the world around me and the prospect of discovering and creating something new each day. Training outside each day gives me the opportunity to connect with nature, and discovering the world is part…
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Much more than extreme protection: Alternative uses for your PELI case

“Reliable, helpful every time you need it and with many years of adventures together” – sounds like someone describing a close friend. It is, in fact, how many describe their Peli case, according to recent research conducted by Peli*, with a staggering 95% of respondents saying that they used their case for extreme protection. The way in which our cases are used are both resourceful and creative, with 56% using theirs as a step-up, a chair, a lunch table and…
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From Mt. Fuji to Chile & Galapagos, Magnus Bruun conquers them all

“I’m a young Danish guy who picked up my first camera 4 years ago”, says Magnus, but his age is no measure when it comes to the fantastic content that he creates. From climbing Mount Fuji in “insane” weather conditions to spending months documenting beautiful Chile, there’s no adventure Magnus won’t conquer. What motivates you? I’m especially motivated by the people that I meet and by identifying the best places to shoot great pictures. The nice comments that I receive…
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Discover life on the circuits with MotoGP photographer, Alejandro Ceresuela

Fast-paced, exciting and always on the go: that’s how we’d describe the day to day life of Alejandro Ceresuela, a prominent photographer in the world of MotoGP. What motivates you? What motivates me most is to show my perception of the world of motorcycles through photography, to show how I see them and what they represent to me. What is a typical day like for you? My day of work on the circuits is quite routine. The moment I arrive,…
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Never give up on your dreams: adventure photographer Uros Podlogar

After spending growing amounts of time in nature with his camera by his side, Uros Podlogar realised his biggest passions in life: adventure and photography. Naturally, the two combined to form his profession and he now embarks on impressive adventures while travelling the world, all in the name of incredible visual content. What motivates you? I find motivation in extraordinary things that can be found in everyday life: the natural world and its breathtaking surprises, adventures, extreme locations and sports.…
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Bike across the globe with PELI Adventure duo, Xenia & Tinu

Xenia and Tinu met on their biking adventures in South America in 2012 and since then they have racked up over 46,000 kilometres while travelling across the globe. The duo have lived life on the road with nothing but their motorbikes and portable offices and their adventure shows no sign of ending any time soon… What motivates you? We are sure that it is in human nature to have the urge to explore new territory. Both of us have the…
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A Day in the Life of Malcolm Airey – Field Guide, British Antarctic Survey

What is a typical day like for you? Days in the life as a Field Guide for the British Antarctic Survey are very rarely the same! Our principal role is the provision of field camp and travel safety for the many different scientists operating all over West Antarctica in the summer field season.  Depending on the science project we are assisting with, we could be assisting with radaring glaciers, sampling rocks on geology projects, general camp management on large-scale ice-core…
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