Shortest daylight hours and strong wind – it's a Lofoten Islands in January.
Filmed with multicopter and GoPro 3+ BE.
Aerial cinematography: Igor Byrko – https://www.facebook.com/ibyrko
Music: Richard Havstein Melkersen – https://www.facebook.com/richard.h.melkersen
Å, Moskenes, Reine, Hamnøy, Kubbholmleia near the Fredvang, Bøvatnet lake, Gimsøystraumen Bridge, Steinøya near the Henningsvær, Svolvær, Sildpollnes Church, Kinnarvika, Holdøya, Storvatnet lake, Duorggajávri lake.
On the map – https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=z3vWRpjZJCdI.k96CGVow7IoM
Iceland is quickly becoming a second home for me; I’ve traveled there 20 times and this Island never seems to disappoint. The landscapes are dotted with glaciers, waterfalls and ice formations, and the photographic opportunities are endless. Despite the weather being cold and unforgiving, the challenges that present themselves are well worth dealing with in order to experience all that Iceland has to offer. I recently took a trip to seek out unclaimed climbing formations and empty surf line-ups. We spent 10 days on the road driving into the unknown. In this episode of ON THE ROAD with Chris Burkard I'll take you on our journey to one of the most unique and beautiful places in the world: Iceland.