Iceland March 2019 by Drone (Original Footage)

in #travel2 years ago

Just back from Iceland and I couldn't help but put together a short video of the natural wonders of this magnificient island.
Enjoy :-)


This looks like a National Geographic video! I love it! I especially enjoyed the blue ice at the beginning of your video but there were many great moments up to the end. You showed so many different landscapes and you even managed to show various seasons of a year (there were parts with grass as well). You have amazing perspectives and some places there looked like a moon (or any other planet :))

Thank you for sharing and have a great weekend!

Wow! Incredible footage!! :D..Now I wanna travel to Iceland! It's good to have you back here on steemit! :)

definitely having a drone gives you another perspective

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Oh my you took all those amazing shots with just a spark! Nice work man and great editing I was enthralled for the entire 3:20.

Bravo. Inspired me to take my drone out, Mavic Pro.

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And those shots of ice blocks on the beach at one point were so perspectively “confusing”. They appeared to be tiny little ice cubes but were boulder sized in reality!

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