The drone view of the icecap and tiny valley glaciers coming out of this is spectacular. Narrated Iceland trip tells you the geologic story of Iceland while simultaneously exploring the landscape. Original video caption:
In August 2017, I went on a fantastic two week adventure of Iceland, traveling with a geologist and a small group of photographers, we visited many of Iceland’s natural wonders. With so much to see, and at our break neck pace, I split the video into (at least) two parts. This is the first 5 days. Everything you see here was shot by me, I used a Mavic pro drone, Sony a6500 and Sony a7rII for all the shots. We only had a few hours at most locations, so I used a run and gun style of capture, some shots are a bit messy, but considering the pace of our adventure I’m really happy with the results. Special thanks to Volcano Discovery for organizing a wonderful trip. Music licensed at Audio Network.
“Hawaii - The Pace of Formation” is a window into the creation of an island. The Kilauea Volcano’s continued flow of lava into the ocean is one of the few places in the world to provide a front row seat of an island’s formation. The Big Island is literally changing before your eyes. This vast island contains 8 out of 13 different climate zones in the world, each with unique ecosystems, making the Big Island one of the most ecologically diverse places in the world. To showcase its diversity, we wanted to slow things down and let its beauty speak for itself. Enjoy! Visit all the locations in this video for yourself in this unique 8k 360 video experience: youtube.com/watch?v=c858UGeCeG4 Check out a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of this adventure: vimeo.com/203005247 Filmed by Aaron Mendez instagram.com/aaronmendezfilms Brian Hawkins instagram.com/brian.hawkins Chaz Curry instagram.com/chazcurry Matt Givot instagram.com/mgivot Thank you to our lava guides for making this possible and keeping us safe. John Tarson - Epic Lava epiclava.com Warren Fintz - Eppix Adventures eppixadventures.photoshelter.com/index Moku Nui Lava Tours - mnlavatour.com Filming Locations Kamokuna lava ocean entry in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Rainbow Falls, Hilo Mauna Kea Observatory Waipio Valley South Point Pololu Valley Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens Nahiwa Point
Fire represents energy, inspiration, love, passion, leadership. In rituals, Fire is represented in the forms of burning objects, love spells, baking, and lighting candles and fires. Fire is also the element of change. Actually it represents magick itself. Fire is the most physical and spiritual of the Elements.
Gender - Masculine Direction - South Energy - Projective Placing on Pentagram- Lower right Symbols- Flame, lightning, heated objects (stones in particular), volcano, rainbow, sun, stars, lava, heat Goddesses - Brigit, Hestia, Pele, Vesta Gods - Agni, Horus, Prometheus, Vulcan Spirits - Salamanders, Firedrakes Time - Noon Cycle of life - Youth Season - Summer Colours - Red, gold, crimson, orange, white Zodiac signs - Aries, Leo, Sagittarius Sense - Sight Stones and jewels - Ruby, fire opal, volcanic lava, agathe Magick tools - Dagger, sword, athame, censer, lamp, candles, incense, herb burning, paper requests, knife Metals - Gold, brass Herbal - Garlic, hibiscus, red peppers, cinnamon, coffee, beans, seeds, chilly peppers Trees - Alder, Ash, Cashew, Cedar, Chestnut, Fig, Juniper, Mahogany, Oak, Holly, Rowan, Walnut Animals - Dragon, cat, lion, horse, snake, cricket, mantis, ladybug, bee, scorpion, phoenix, coyote, fox Instruments - Guitar, string instruments. Type of magick - Candle, healing, love spells, energy work Ritual Action - Burning objects, wood, paper, heating, preparing concoctions, cauldron work