A note from independent filmmaker David Conover on why he chose this film:
A fjord is a geological phenomenon—a long, narrow inlet of sea or lake drains, surrounded by steep cliffs on three sides. Fjords result from millennia of glacial erosion wherein landscape is slowly carved away by ice movement. Norway is notorious for its breathtaking coastline, which features over one thousand fjords. In this short aerial film by SkyCam, we see the country’s recognizable Geiranger Fjord, which is flanked by several clear blue waterfalls. The fact that these enclaved waters are surrounded by towering natural landscapes makes them feel like a private paradise.
Produced by www.skycam.ee
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