Reine is the administrative centre of Moskenes Municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The fishing village is located on the island of Moskenesøya in the Lofoten archipelago, above the Arctic Circle, about 300 kilometres southwest of the town of Tromsø.
Sunday Morning” spends the last days of winter in Iceland. Videographer: Mauricio Handler.
Explore the rich history and culture that Bermuda has to offer with Bermuda local, Weldon Wade. From diving in the ocean blue with Guardians of The Reef and snorkeling at John Smith’s Bay, to experiencing the pink sand at Jobson’s Code and the delicious seafood at Wahoo’s Bistro and Patio – there is so much to see and experience at this beautiful destination.
Video timeline: 0:00 Introduction 0:29 About Weldon Wade 1:27 Snorkeling at John Smith’s Bay 2:12 Visit Jobson’s Code 2:44 Eat at Wahoo’s Bistro and Patio 3:43 Diving with Guardians of The Reef 4:47 Shipwrecks along Bermuda’s South Shore 6:56 Conclusion
Bermuda is a British island territory in the North Atlantic Ocean known for its pink-sand beaches such as Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay. Its massive Royal Naval Dockyard complex combines modern attractions like the interactive Dolphin Quest with maritime history at the National Museum of Bermuda. The island has a distinctive blend of British and American culture, which can be found in the capital, Hamilton.
Experience the beauty and mystery of County Londonderry’s Downhill Demesne in this video tour of the vast landscape – fascinating ruins, an intriguing clifftop temple, unusual plants and trees, plus much more. We’ll be shedding light on the eccentric bishop that lived here and treating you to dramatic views of the North Atlantic.
The Mussenden Temple and Downhill Demesne is a National Trust property consisting of Downhill Castle and its estate, which includes the Mussenden Temple.
The first thing visitors notice in the Faroe Islands is the breathtaking nature. But soon after, tourists notice something even more special: the way people welcome them into their homes.
The Faroe Islands is a self-governing archipelago, part of the Kingdom of Denmark. It comprises 18 rocky, volcanic islands between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean, connected by road tunnels, ferries, causeways and bridges. Hikers and bird-watchers are drawn to the islands’ mountains, valleys and grassy heathland, and steep coastal cliffs that harbor thousands of seabirds.
Filmed and Edited by: Marco Equitani
This is my last work entirely shot in Faroe Islands and that means that travel around the world during Covid-emergency is possible if you respect some simple rules.
Do not be afraid to travel, do not close yourself at home with the fear of other people, if you respect yourself and other people with simple rules, you can explore the world in safety, we have to fight for our freedom!
I arrived in Vagar Airport on September 18th and after customs routine we all were immediately tested for Covid-19 and they invited us to self quarantine for at least 24 hours or until we get the result; luckily all the passengers were negative and I got the result after 8 hours, so I was free, even if I have to be tested again in six days.
After the negative test I was free to travel around those amazing islands and start making pictures and timealapse sequence.
To be honest, make a timelapse in Faroe Islands is not easy at all, weather changes every five minute and sometimes I had to restart to capture a scene several times; take a single picture is much easier, you just wait for the rain to stop and you can take your picture, but when you have to take 400/500 photos avery two seconds, weather can suddenly change and destroy your job.
By the way I succed, I was patient and I tried to chose the best moment to capture the best situation nature gave me, but due to extreme weather changes I decided to shot even when light was not perfect because maybe that could be my olny chance.
Faroe Islands are amazing but you have to fight with weather much more than other places like Iceland or Norway.
I was also very lucky with Aurora Borealis, infact isn’t common to see northern light from Faroe Islands, they are they are low in latitude with respect to the Arctic Circle, sky is always cloudy for 300 days per year and to see a good Aurora show you need at least a 4kp Aurora…and it was like that, it, nature gave me a 4kp Aurora and a cloud coverage between 70%-80% so I could see Aurora very good, even if I can’t compare with some clear skyes of Norway or Iceland.
Filmed and Edited by: Jurgis Kreilis / FilmDay
Two years ago I went to Iceland the first time. Shortly after return I gave myself a promise to visit this beautiful county and it’s nature once again. I even made a bucket list of things I still want to exprience there.
I kept the promise and returned to Iceland once again last year in September. I joined the expedition to Icelandic highlands for unseen natural landscapes, ever changing weather, first dance with northerthern lights and the overall greatness within. This was an amazing experience that crossed out few things from my bucket list. But I’m not done with Iceland. There are still few things and seasons I’d love to experience there…