Tilt-Shift Timelapse Views: Ore Mountains, Germany

One of the upsides of this pandemic is that I got to explore and shoot some great places in Germany. I was invited to film an episode of the amazing Ore Mountains by the tourism board Erzgebirge. The area recently became a UNESCO World Heritage site among other things due to its rich cultual heritage in mining which dates back 700 years. The Ore Mountians are located in a so called Mittelgebirge, which is a relatively low mountain range or highland area, a typical geographical feature of central Europe.

Video timeline: Chapters: 00:00 Fichtelberg & Oberwiesenthal 00:29 Hammerunterwiesenthal 00:31 Fichtelberg 00:33 Oberwiesenthal 00:43 Fichtelbergbahn 00:59 Malter Talsperre 01:18 Geyerscher Teich 01:21 Talsperre Sosa 01:25 Greifensteine 01:30 Sommerrodelbahn Altenberg 01:38 Pöhlberg 01:42 Scheibenberg 01:45 Kunnerstein/Augustusburg 01:48 Hetzdorfer Viadukt 01:54 near Sosa 01:57 Markus Röhling Stolln 02:06 Schaubergwerk Zinnwald, Altenberg 02:11 Altenberger Pinge 02:18 Pochwerk Schneeberg 02:22 Frohnauer Hammer, Annaberg-Buchholz 02:28 Frauenstein 02:32 Schloss Scharfenstein 02:35 Schloss Lauenstein 02:37 Augustusburg 02:44 Schloss Schwarzenberg 02:49 Wolkenstein 02:52 Marienberg 02:58 Freiberg 03:18 Seiffen 03:26 Schloss Schwarzenberg 03:29 Annaberg-Buchholz

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