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New Film, A Walk On Mars

Published on December 2, 2012 By Micah Ness

Ever wonder what it would be like to walk on Mars, Well this is about as close as you might get, new video on our Silverline Films Vimeo page. Check it out. Read the full story Here.   A Walk On Mars from Silverline Films on Vimeo.

The Minimalist Runner

Published on August 7, 2012 By Micah Ness

When I hear the word “Running” used, there seems to be three main viewpoints. – The first cannot stand the activity, the word, or even the thought of participating in such a thing. – The second does participate, but only on a limited scale. They feel the need to do their share of running to […]

E.P.I.C Adventures

Published on August 1, 2012 By Micah Ness

When I was a young boy growing up in Idaho, I felt like I had quite an adventurous life. I spent most of my time in the outdoors, running around with bare feet, donned in camo to hide from bugs and insects that were the object of my pursuit. I always had creatures in cages, […]

Frozen 50k, Ultra Trail Run

Published on July 2, 2012 By Micah Ness

As a faint light began to manifest itself upon the horizon, headlights were affixed, running shoes tightened, and water bottles topped off. It was a chilly morning in January at Wilson Creek, with every breath creating a mini sauna in front of the many faces. They waited with anticipation on the starting line, as the […]

Unbreakable by Bear Jaws

Published on April 18, 2012 By Micah Ness

There are many things in this world that are strong and powerful. But more specifically, there are certain animals that have an amazingly strong bite. Statistically, the Tasmanian devil has the strongest bite to size ratio. Others on the list include the Alligator, the Grey wolf, and the Hyena. Number 8 on the list is […]

Alaska Conyoneering

Published on December 4, 2011 By Micah Ness

The rope was pulled taught, as I leaned back over the edge, becoming nearly horizontal, before beginning the descent. The air was warm, but the spray coming from the roaring waterfall beside me was enough to drop the temperature, had it not been for my pounding heart keeping the blood flowing. The force of the […]

New York, New York

Published on November 12, 2011 By Micah Ness

Honking taxi cabs, an aroma of hot dogs wafting through the air, all eyes of new comers gazing up. It’s the Big Apple, New York City. It’s the city that never sleeps. And why is that you wonder? I would say it is because of the vast amounts of things to-do, to-see, to experience. The […]

The Art of FLIGHT

Published on October 19, 2011 By Micah Ness

On September 7th 2011, the world of snowboarding films changed. It was on that date that The Art of FLIGHT with Travis Rice, premiered in New York City. Now don’t get me wrong, Warren Miller has been making some amazing films for many years, and there has been plenty of videos out there featuring top […]

Appreciate

Published on October 4, 2011 By Micah Ness

As soon as you are around something for a long period of time, you begin to get accustomed to it, and thus begin to lose the wonder and awe that you may have felt at the beginning. Well that is what I had begun to feel after living in Alaska for several years. Although my […]

Epic Alaska

Published on February 7, 2011 By Micah Ness

Adrenaline pumping, heart racing, epic adventure in Southwest Alaska with Wilderness Pro. Come experience an Adventure With A Purpose.

New York Adventure

Published on January 24, 2011 By Micah Ness

An awesome adventure in the Big Apple with my sister Naomi. The video was shot with a Panasonic TZ5, in 16×9, and edited in Final Cut Pro. The tourist attractions were cool, but the adventure and out of the norm places were the real highlights. You can find adventure anywhere. Click to read the full […]

2010 Alaska Fishing Trailer

Published on January 17, 2011 By Micah Ness

The thrill of having a Sockeye Salmon on the other end of fly rod is hard to beat, especially in Alaska in August. This last summer was no exception. Enjoy this short trailer of the highlights from the 2010 fishing season in southwest Alaska with Wilderness Pro. More videos to come. If you would like […]

First Alaskan Grizzly

Published on November 8, 2010 By Micah Ness

The thick bushes and steep ravine finally faded behind me, as I reached the shale and took a break to take in the beauty that surrounded my vantage point. It had been a tough climb, and the distance seemed to stretch with each wet and soggy step that I took. The feeling of being on […]

To Walk Behind Waterfalls

Published on October 22, 2010 By Micah Ness

It was early morning, with naught but calm ripples left over from the last few days of storms. It was a perfect day. Perfect weather, with mild clouds sailing past on the breeze, water like glass that could shatter at any moment. We were on our way, to adventure, excitement, and thrill, but at the […]

Mountain Biking Video 2010

Published on October 21, 2010 By Micah Ness

When the question arises of what adventure to undertake on a gorgeous fall day, I say, grab a helmet and some wheels and go. Although Dice Bay is not full of wooden ramps and dirt jumps, it still has it’s fun on a small scale. Hope you enjoy this video. Mountain Biking Southwest Alaska from […]

Hunting the Hunters

Published on November 2, 2009 By Micah Ness

Too much Fog, must turn around! Although those words were not spoken, you could see it on the pilot, Dave Wilder’s face, as he throttled forward and pulled left on the steering wheel of the Cessna 206, throwing us all to the mercy of pulling G’s. The bushes were so close, if the windows were […]

Climbing Beneath The Midnight Sun

Published on July 12, 2009 By Micah Ness

It is odd the think that at 1 am in the morning, it can be light enough to see, let alone experience adventure with out the aid of artificial light. Well in Alaska it is possible! Having just past the summer solstice not long ago, on the 21st of June, the endless summer nights are […]

New York City Adventure

Published on June 4, 2009 By Micah Ness

New York City. It is a very popular tourist attraction, and sight seeing destination for many people, but why? Is it the twelve million people that swarm the city everyday? Is it the towering sky scrapers that are a testament to mans ability to engineer and build? Is it the hundreds of clothing stores, or […]

The Lionheart, Part 2

Published on January 2, 2009 By Micah Ness

The continuation of “The Lionheart, Part 1″ We awoke to beautiful sun, yet again, and after some exploring and snorkeling, set sail for the mainland once more. It was there that we resupplied on some already low items, and also got Hanna’s bag from the airport, which had finally arrived. We stayed the night there, […]

The Lionheart, Part 1

Published on December 3, 2008 By Micah Ness

As the first Island loomed in the distance, I had to pinch myself to make sure I was not dreaming. It was the first time in my life that I was on my way, with my family, to a tropical paradise, to live on a sailboat for a week, and soak up the ever present […]