such a beautiful planet. too bad we don't take better care of it.
this is really cool...love that speed up they do bringing everything around it to life too....this was a nice start to the day...
This made my day.
Wow, now THAT'S what I call a "picker-upper." Talk about uplifting. Thanks.
Awesome! I'll have to send this to some of my geologist friends; they go nuts over images like that. Thanks!
Actually it was nice to look at until I started to see it. Look again and notice the extremely clear ice---in nature ice that clear is thousands of years old and is normally found below 700 feet in a glacier---then the clear cut forests---and finally look at the water the people were boating in---looks like the water levels were down about 20 feet or more. At least the milky way was untouched UN-tampered with beauty.
What Ellen Abbott said. Beautiful planet and we're just letting it go to sh*t.
I recognized several scenes from Iceland which starts THAT yearning all over again.
Absolutely stunning videography, thanks for the post! One of these days we'll look back on films like this and remark that we once had a beautiful little planet here...
Too beautiful not to share. Absolutely stunning.
I viewed this at your blog much earlier from a mobile device which I hate using to leave comments. So this is a bit late to the party but the video was very enjoyable. Thanks for sharing.
Those little people in the kayaks were coolHope you're doing well, where ever you are
All things considered. All things fair game.