Backpacking Western Norway in the fall of 2020, peaceful solo hiking in the Norwegian Mountains of Sirdal, Hilleknuten, Bergehei, Fidjeland, a journey through amazing views and waterfalls.
Filmed and Edited by: HALFDAN HALLSETH (Fjord Productions)
It’s hard to describe a feeling. This is how the mountains of Norway feel. To me.
The geography of Norway is dominated by vast mountain ranges broken up by valleys and fjords. Less than 10% of the country’s area is arable, and the rest is mountainous. Glaciers are the major cause for erosion, so the terrain in the Norwegian mountains consists of plateaus and lakes with peaks. These areas have an abundant and diverse fauna and flora.
The altitude of the treeline comes slowly down going to higher latitudes; in northern Finnmark, the treeline reaches sea level. The treeline is also lower near the coast, and higher on the eastern slopes of the mountains.
Mountain ranges also form the main boundaries among Norway’s districts. They typically run north-south. Several of the ranges have had road and railroad passes since historical times; some are newer; and many close over the winter.
From Scandinavia’s striking snow-coated scenery to the charming coastlines of the Mediterranean, Europe is full of diverse and dreamy landscapes that belie its relatively small size. While its world-class capitals of London, Paris, and Rome attract the most visitors, the continent’s 44 countries each have delightfully different cities and attractions to explore. With so many sublime sights and sensational scenery to see, visiting all of Europe’s most beautiful destinations could take a lifetime.
Filmed, Edited and Sound Designed by: Casper Rolsted
Every season has its own beauty. This is the first of four shortfilms that will showcase the seasons of Denmark. The focus in these films will be on the landscapes – primerely the changing nature.
Summer in Denmark is a lovely time of the year. The weather is usually good … but a rainy day is never far away.
In this timelapse film from Denmark you will experience beautiful lakes and fjords, sandy beaches, a migrating dune and the mysterious noctilucent clouds.
Locations: Mandemarke Bakker, Skagen, the Dune of Råbjerg Mile, Isefjord, Roskilde Fjord, Skjoldungernes Land National Park, Gisselfeld Kloster forest (Forest Tower), West Zealand
Norway is one of the most amazing countries in the world. From the massive Fjords to the Sea Mountains of Lofoten, Norway offers so much variety and diversity! I’ve been lucky enough to explore Norway and I want to show you my favorite places!
The step bridge at Vøringsfossen goes across the river Bjoreio, connecting the viewpoints and paths at Fossatromma and Fossli. The bridge has 99 steps and a span of 47 metres. The height difference between the two sides of the gorge is 16 metres. The step bridge consists of two tripods founded on rock that carry the centre span.
The structure is made up of seven parts, of which five make up the flight of steps and the final two serve as supports. The seven bridge components have been hoisted in place by a crane and assembled on site. The entire step bridge is built in steel and secured with long rock bolts drilled into the rock. The bridge is located only a few tens of metres south of where the waterfall cascades into Måbødalen, and with a height of 50 metres above the rapids, the bridge is also a dizzying viewpoint.
Architect: Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk
Music – DusktoDawn by JoshLeake Artlist
Vøringsfossen is the 83rd highest waterfall in Norway on the basis of total fall. It lies at the top of the Måbødalen valley in the municipality of Eidfjord, in Vestland county. It is located near Norwegian National Road 7, which connects Oslo with Bergen.
The concept of kolonihave, a blissful combination of an allotment and a summer house, has shaped Danish cities since the late 17th century. Today, avid growers convene in these colonies to find a peaceful place to commune with nature as well as a community of diverse characters.
Scandinavia has to be one of my favorite regions in the world. I’ve spent the last few years exploring Europe’s Nordic countries and I want to show you my favorite places to visit. From the fjords of Norway, to the Northern Lights in Sweden, Scandinavia offers so much variety and history!
Scandinavia is a subregion in Northern Europe, with strong historical, cultural, and linguistic ties. The term Scandinavia in local usage covers the three kingdoms of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
Filmed and Edited by: Mika Kurkilahti (A1 Media)
Lux Aestiva is a celebration of ever-changing light of summer in Finland. These hyperlapses were shot during June and July 2020 in various locations in Southern Finland: Turku, Kaarina, Lieto, Salo and Parainen.
Music by: Scott Buckley (“Helios”)
Filmed and Edited by: Timo Oksanen
In July 2020 we stayed four nights in the Lyngen Alps and visited some amazing places in Lyngenfjord area and near Tromsø.
Music: Lux-Inspira – Unleash Emotions
The Lyngen Alps are a mountain range in northeastern Troms og Finnmark county in Norway, east of the city of Tromsø. The mountain range runs through the municipalities of Lyngen, Balsfjord, and Storfjord. The mountains follow the western shore of the Lyngen fjord in a north-south direction.