On September 17, 1976, NASA unveiled the very first Space Shuttle, named Enterprise. Constructed without engines or a functional heat shield, it did spent any time in Space, however it did pave the way for future flight in Space. In this featured footage, filmed on April 27, 2012, 'JollyRogerPhoto' captured stunning sights of Enterprise over John F. Kennedy International Airport, while piggybacking on the 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft on its way to the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum. Video by Dan Adams of Aviation Photojournal.
On a Somerset beach, artist Simon Beck’s latest work slowly takes shape. Across the summer, 30 huge temporary works of art have appeared on Brean Beach in Somerset, ranging from geometric patterns to a huge picture of Yoda and a 200m tribute to John Lennon. Having first planned his designs on graph paper, Simon spends the first three hours on the beach measuring, but each piece is a race against time as has only 9 hours until the tide comes in and washes his work away. Simon says that people have walked across his creations without realising they are there – but from the air we get the full picture. Videographer / Director: iVistaphotography Producer: Nick Johnson Editor: Joshua Douglas