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This film records the growth of flowers.
– Dancing-lady Orchid
– Dracaena fragrans
– Mini yellow roses
– Ochna integerrima
Video made by Rai.
Filmed and Edited by: Joerg Daiber
The Danube Delta is the second largest river delta in Europe. The greater part of the Danube Delta lies in Romania. This area was by far my favorite on my Romania trip. It is an amazing eco system with incredible wildlife and it’s amazingly beautiful. This film was shot in Tulcea and around Sfantu Gheorge.
Imagine if you could see the Milky Way from your front porch? If you live in the Wet Mountain Valley of Colorado, you can. The valley is home to Westcliffe and Silver Cliff International Dark-Sky Association Dark Sky Communities, where night sky quality is shielded from excessive light pollution through various measures taken by the citizens and the local authorities. While Wet Mountain Valley is known for the spectacular snowy mountains many visit during the day, the views are even more stunning at night.
Filmed and Edited by: Sergii Bogomolov
The film was produced over 5 years and includes scenery of beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
The short presents rarely photographed nature phenomena like temperature inversion aka ‘above the clouds’, Earth shadow, sunbeams / God rays, falling meteor, moonrise, evaporation fog and Milky Way.
The movie pairs urban backgrounds against landscape shots a lot. There is a whole section that involves city and architecture which is then superseded by shots of wilderness landscapes. A notable example in the end of the clip is a juxtaposition of a crescent moon against a mountain which then dissolves to a high-rise. Such comparison was done on purpose.
The footage was shot in British Columbia, Canada and includes notable locations in Vancouver (Kitsilano, Grouse Mountain, Ambleside Park, Lions Gate Bridge, Bowen Island, Lighthouse Park, YVR, Capitol Hill, Stanley Park), Whistler (Garibaldi Provincial Park, Spearhead Range), Squamish (Stawamus Chief, Mount Garibaldi) as well as Pemberton, Okanagan, Osoyoos and Vancouver Island.
Romania is an amazing county in Eastern Europe. Even with Transylvania being over-mystified, it is probably one of the most underrated travel destinations in Europe offering everything from amazing landscapes, beautiful mountains, vibrant cities, mediveal castles and more mediveal castles 😉 and lovely people. Find out in 4 amazing minutes minutes, why Romania should definitely be on your bucket list in case this pandemic should ever be over someday.
A seperate episode from the Danube Delta will follow shortly. 00:01 Breb, Maramures
Video Timeline: 00:07 Mocăniță railway, Maramures 00:29 Village Maramures 00:39 Merry Cemetery, Săpânța, Maramures 00:47 Peri-Săpânţa Monastery, Wooden Churches, Maramures 00:58 Bârsana Monastery, Wooden Churches, Maramures 01:09 Brașov, Transylvania 01:27 Sighișoara,Transylvania 01:44 Sibiu,Transylvania 01:51 Fortified Evangelical Church Harman, Transylvania 01:57 Fortified Church Prejmer, Transylvania 02:01 Râșnov Fortress, Transylvania 02:04 Castelul Corvinilor (Corvins’ Castle) 02:07 Făgăraș Fortress 02:08 Bran Castle – The tourist trap “Dracula Castle” near Brasov, Transylvania 02:15 Poenari Citadel – “The real Dracula Castle” in Transylvania 02:20 Castelul Peles (Peles castle) in Transylvania 02:23 Iași 02:27 Saltmine Salina Turda 02:35 Apuseni Mountains Transylvania 02:41 Bucegi Natural Park 02:47 Rimetea, Apuseni Mountains Transylvania 02:58 Runc, Apuseni Mountains Transylvania 03:08 Transfăgărășan Mountain Road 03:35 Vidraru Dam 03:56 Făgăraș 03:59 Iași 04:10 Bucharest
Riga, Latvia’s capital, is set on the Baltic Sea at the mouth of the River Daugava. It’s considered a cultural center and is home to many museums and concert halls. The city is also known for its wooden buildings, art nouveau architecture and medieval Old Town. The pedestrian-only Old Town has many shops and restaurants and is home to busy Livu Square, with bars and nightclubs.
Latvia is a country on the Baltic Sea between Lithuania and Estonia. Its landscape is marked by wide beaches as well as dense, sprawling forests. Latvia’s capital is Riga, home to notable wooden and art nouveau architecture, a vast Central Market and a medieval Old Town with St. Peter’s Church. Riga’s museums include the Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum, showcasing local crafts, food and music.
Frankfurt, a central German city on the river Main, is a major financial hub that’s home to the European Central Bank. It’s the birthplace of famed writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose former home is now the Goethe House Museum. Like much of the city, it was damaged during World War II and later rebuilt. The reconstructed Altstadt (Old Town) is the site of Römerberg, a square that hosts an annual Christmas market.
SKYLINE VIEWS is a fast motion short film by German filmmakers Fenchel & Janisch. The hyper lapse and time lapse footage was shot in summer 2020 in Frankfurt using mirrorless cameras. The static scenes were locked-off tripod shots and the motion shots were photographed hand-held. The high resolution photo sequences were edited using Adobe CameraRaw and After Effects CC.
Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.
Filmed and Edited by: Night Light Films
What makes northern Norway so unique, mystical and fairy-tale like? It is undeniably its mountains. ‘Fjellan’ means ‘the mountain’ or ‘the mountains’ in local dialect. I wanted to pay a tribute to some of the most iconic peaks of this part of the country.
You can find all types of mountains in northern Norway. While some are more like rolling hills, others are jaw-dropping, sharply triangular peaks that rise directly from the bottom of fjords. But what they all have in common is their ability to feed our imagination. People usually see many shapes and figures in them, including animals, soldiers, sleeping giants or even trolls!
This short film consists of a mixture of timelapse and real-time sequences taken over the past 3 years in the Troms area.