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                                Lyndon Barrois Sr. uses gum wrappers to create detailed tiny sculptures of historical figures and athletes, at his home studio in Los Angeles.
Sculpture doesn’t get much smaller than this

At his day job, Lyndon J. Barrois Sr. uses high-tech software to create visual effects for movies such as “Happy Feet” and “The Matrix Revolutions.” But in his free time, he prefers working with a decidedly less sophisticated medium: discarded gum wrappers. Read more

                                The Rio Grande runs through the Temple Canyon route near Big Bend National Park, with Texas on the left and Mexico on the right.
How do you paddle a disappearing river?

I had barely unbuckled my seat belt and was already wondering if I had driven six hours across Texas for nothing. A once-in-a-lifetime river adventure had seemingly evaporated with some disappointing news. Read more

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