A polar bear swimming in crystal blue water, crimson flames rising from a stormy ocean, a small Italian town surrounded by clouds. These are just some of the incredible winners of the Drone Awards, celebrating this year's most beautiful aerial photographs. More than 4,400 images were submitted to the contest, which accepted entries for six categories: abstract, nature, people, sport, wildlife, and urban. Both professional and amateur drone photographers entered the competition, which is organized by the Art Photo Travel Association. Florial Ledoux took the 2018 'Photo of the Year' prize with his gorgeous shot'Above the Polar Bear'.
Anyone who has ever been called a "dumb jock" needs to watch this clip. As the first round of the game wound down, the final category left on the board was "Talkin' Football." And all three contestants -- obviously very smart people, having already racked up several thousand dollars each -- were stumped all five times. None of them even attempted to offer a response to any clue, drawing the ridicule of host Alex Trebek. Anybody at all familiar with football -- which Ryan, Sara and Justin clearly were not -- would have had no problem with at least the first four offerings in the category, which called for the contestants to identify descriptions of an option play, offsetting penalties, the Dallas Cowboys and a fair catch, the last of which Trebek helpfully demonstrated.
While we've known about Netflix's hidden categories for some time, there's now a much easier way to check them all out. A new Chrome extension called Netflix Categories unlocks the service's many subcategories directly from your browser. SEE ALSO: 'Stranger Things' Season 2 headed to Netflix in fall When you browse Netflix you only see a handful of genres based on what's new and what you've previously watched. But Netflix actually classifies its offerings into hundreds of subgenres that are much, much, more specific than what you typically see. So instead of perusing overly broad categories like "action and adventure" or "psychological thrillers," you can check out "Sci-Fi Adventure," "Foreign Action and Adventure" or "Deep Sea Horror Movies" (spoiler: be prepared for a lot of Sharknado with that last one.)
Games are divided into many categories for example horror or scary, educational, racing, adventure etc. scary games are some of the portion of games category. These games aren't appropriate for faint hearted kids as these games needs guts to try out because the characters amongst people scream, a lot of bloodshed, dreadful monsters exist that makes the game more interesting and real naturally. The theme in the scary game is always to kill and dead all of the monsters in the play. Most of the games revolve around to avoid wasting one from the evil beings, dragons as well as the warriors. On this we have to grapple with the evils to avoid wasting anybody or empire.
Drones allow photographers to capture images and video from perspectives that would be nearly impossible -- or prohibitively expensive -- otherwise. Some of the best examples of this type of photography can be found in Dronestagram's annual contest, which recognizes the most stunning images captured from the skies. This year's competition included 5,900 submissions from 28 countries, according to National Geographic. The photos are broken down into three categories: Nature-Wildlife, Sports, and Travel. First, second, and third place winners have been announced for each.