1. Winter in Hell

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    from Enrique Pacheco / Added

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    Winter 2010, the stunning landscape of Iceland succumbs to the Arctic cold. Beaches and lakes get frozen, but something unexpected is going to happen... the earth shakes, warms up, and suddenly a big crack opens up at the top of the glacier Eyjafjallajokull. Lava, smoke, ash and fire come up from the depth of the earth, melting everything in its path. Shot with the Canon 7D and 5D MarkII using Canon & Carl Zeiss lenses. Special thanks to Die! Goldstein for the music. www.die-goldstein.com www.enriquepacheco.com twitter.com/EnriquePacheco_ facebook.com/eppacheco http://instagram.com/enrique_pacheco_photo If you want to license this footage, it´s available in super sharp 4k at my store: http://store.enriquepacheco.com Or you can contact the media department: media@enriquepacheco.com Please only professional enquires, high quality footage is not for free.

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    • Cineflex - Norwegian landscape

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      from Fuglefjellet / Added

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      Norway´s fjords, glaciers and mountains seen from above. Featuring music by Luke Richards. Produced by Fuglefjellet www.fuglefjellet.no www.facebook.com/fuglefjellet

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      • Visit Faroe Islands winter film

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        from Visit Faroe Islands / Added

        Unspoiled, Unexplored, Unbelievable - The Faroe Islands This is our new winter film for the Faroe Islands: www.visitfaroeislands.com

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        • Eivør - True Love (Director: Heiðrik á Heygum)

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          from Heidrik a Heygum / Added

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          www.eivor.com The official video for Eivør's single "True Love". Directed by Heiðrik á Heygum. "True Love" is taken from the album "Room". © 2013

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          • Northern Lights - Aurora Borealis and Night Sky over Iceland (Timelapse) - Part 1

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            from Lucie Debelkova / Added

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            Photography : Lucie Debelkova - www.luciedebelkova.com Location : Iceland February - March 2014 Music: Polarka by CestouTAM (Petra Výtvarová Krausová, Vladimír Kraus, Soňa Samiera) www.soundcloud.com/cestoutam/sets Captured with : DSLRs: Canon EOS-1D X & Canon EOS 5D Mark III; Lenses : EF14mm f/2.8L II USM & EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM © Lucie Debelkova Photography www.luciedebelkova.com | Facebook - facebook.com/lucie.debelkova.photography | Google+ plus.google.com/+LucieDebelkova/ | Twitter - twitter.com/LucieDebelkova | Flickr flickr.com/photos/-lucie-/ | Instagram - instagram.com/lucie_debelkova/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In Norse mythology the Valkyries (immortal, war-like virgins) would come galloping across the night sky upon their horses equipped with helmets, spears and armor that would glow and shimmer in the darkness. These lights, colored red, blue, violet and green, would spread in curtains from horizon to horizon, amazing the mortals below. This is how the Vikings explained a phenomenon we now call the aurora borealis, or the Northern Lights. Different societies have explained the phenomenon in diverse ways. The Alaskan Inuits thought of the lights as the souls of deer, seals, salmon and whales that they hunted. The Menominee Indians in North America thought the glow must be the torches of giants that lived in the North. No single Northern Lights photo does true justice to what is happening on the sky during those unique moments when Northern Lights appear. This video is my first time ever time-lapse attempt in order to try to show how such phenomenon looks like. Capturing Northern Lights - Aurora Borealis can be extremely demanding on its own, however trying to capture enough footage/photos for just few seconds of video takes the dedication and exhaustion from hardly any sleep and days/night outside in a cold to a very new level. I'm still fascinated how this 6 minutes video captures events of more than 48 hours constant activity (spread across 2 weeks period). I had some of the best conditions for Northern Lights at THE perfect place, everybody wishes to capture it -- Jökulsárlón - the Glacier Lagoon. There was no wind, temperature just below freezing, clear sky with millions of stars reflected on perfectly mirror like surface of the lagoon. The Alaskan Forecast for Aurora activity had just increased to level 5 -- high activity -- I've never seen it that high ! However it was only the next night of the 28th of February 2014 when the promised super large solar activity hit the Earth and created that incredible solar storm which brought colors all over the sky, not only over Arctic Europe but all the to such latitudes as UK, Isle of Man and Jersey ! There were such colors that I have never seen before and neither none of my local photographer friends that are chasing and capturing Aurora for years. It was the full color scale from usual yellow, green to very unusual purple, red or even blue. Aurora's magnetic colorful veil spread all over the sky coming from all directions!! I have seen multiple large burning meteorites falling from the sky, such a large size I've never seen before !!! Several other nights provided me with aurora display in various locations to make the movie more interesting. It must have been my 8th visit to this incredible island, however I had never had so much luck with solar activity and clear skies before. Thank you Odin ;) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PLEASE NOTE : Some of my friends and myself found the video bit choppy, which is not the way the video should be. I google it out and found following advice : If your video playback isn’t smooth as margarine, here are some things you can try: - Try letting the video buffer before you view it. - Close other browser tabs and windows. This can make a huge difference! - Make sure you have either the latest version of Flash running on your computer, or use a browser with native HTML5 support. - Switch to another browser to see if that helps. ** FURTHER STEPS TO RESOLVE IF THE ISSUES IS STILL THERE ** CHROME WINDOWS USERS 1. Open a new tab and go to "chrome://flags" 2. Find "Disable hardware-accelerated video decode" and click "Enable" 3. Restart Chrome FIREFOX WINDOWS USERS 1. Click the Firefox button at the top-right of the Menu bar 2. Go to the "Options" menu and then click "Options" again 3. Click the "Advanced" tab at the top, then "General" below that 4. Uncheck "Use hardware acceleration when available" 5. Click OK and restart Firefox https://vimeo.com/forums/help/topic:112861

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            • Northern Lights - Aurora Borealis and Night Sky over Iceland (Timelapse) - Part 2

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              from Lucie Debelkova / Added

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              Photography : Lucie Debelkova - www.luciedebelkova.com Location : Iceland February - March 2014 Music: min 0:40 - 1:30 Edgar Allan Poe: Al Aaraaf by Out Of Orion (Ox3) on jamendo.com min 2:53 - 3:26 White Out by SackJo22 www.sackjo22.com min 3:27 - 5:15 Ambient symphony by zero-project on jamendo.com Captured with DSLRs: Canon EOS-1D X & Canon EOS 5D Mark III Lenses : EF14mm f/2.8L II USM & EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM © Lucie Debelkova Photography www.luciedebelkova.com | Facebook - facebook.com/lucie.debelkova.photography | Google+ plus.google.com/+LucieDebelkova/ | Twitter - twitter.com/LucieDebelkova | Flickr flickr.com/photos/-lucie-/ | Instagram - instagram.com/lucie_debelkova/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In Norse mythology the Valkyries (immortal, war-like virgins) would come galloping across the night sky upon their horses equipped with helmets, spears and armor that would glow and shimmer in the darkness. These lights, colored red, blue, violet and green, would spread in curtains from horizon to horizon, amazing the mortals below. This is how the Vikings explained a phenomenon we now call the aurora borealis, or the Northern Lights. Different societies have explained the phenomenon in diverse ways. The Alaskan Inuits thought of the lights as the souls of deer, seals, salmon and whales that they hunted. The Menominee Indians in North America thought the glow must be the torches of giants that lived in the North. No single Northern Lights photo does true justice to what is happening on the sky during those unique moments when Northern Lights appear. This video is my first time ever time-lapse attempt in order to try to show how such phenomenon looks like. Capturing Northern Lights - Aurora Borealis can be extremely demanding on its own, however trying to capture enough footage/photos for just few seconds of video takes the dedication and exhaustion from hardly any sleep and days/night outside in a cold to a very new level. I'm still fascinated how this 6 minutes video captures events of more than 48 hours constant activity (spread across 2 weeks period). I had some of the best conditions for Northern Lights at THE perfect place, everybody wishes to capture it -- Jökulsárlón - the Glacier Lagoon. There was no wind, temperature just below freezing, clear sky with millions of stars reflected on perfectly mirror like surface of the lagoon. The Alaskan Forecast for Aurora activity had just increased to level 5 -- high activity -- I've never seen it that high ! However it was only the next night of the 28th of February 2014 when the promised super large solar activity hit the Earth and created that incredible solar storm which brought colors all over the sky, not only over Arctic Europe but all the to such latitudes as UK, Isle of Man and Jersey ! There were such colors that I have never seen before and neither none of my local photographer friends that are chasing and capturing Aurora for years. It was the full color scale from usual yellow, green to very unusual purple, red or even blue. Aurora's magnetic colorful veil spread all over the sky coming from all directions!! I have seen multiple large burning meteorites falling from the sky, such a large size I've never seen before !!! Several other nights provided me with aurora display in various locations to make the movie more interesting. It must have been my 8th visit to this incredible island, however I had never had so much luck with solar activity and clear skies before. Thank you Odin ;) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PLEASE NOTE : Some of my friends and myself found the video bit choppy, which is not the way the video should be. I google it out and found following advice : If your video playback isn’t smooth as margarine, here are some things you can try: - Try letting the video buffer before you view it. - Close other browser tabs and windows. This can make a huge difference! - Make sure you have either the latest version of Flash running on your computer, or use a browser with native HTML5 support. - Switch to another browser to see if that helps. ** FURTHER STEPS TO RESOLVE IF THE ISSUES IS STILL THERE ** CHROME WINDOWS USERS 1. Open a new tab and go to "chrome://flags" 2. Find "Disable hardware-accelerated video decode" and click "Enable" 3. Restart Chrome FIREFOX WINDOWS USERS 1. Click the Firefox button at the top-right of the Menu bar 2. Go to the "Options" menu and then click "Options" again 3. Click the "Advanced" tab at the top, then "General" below that 4. Uncheck "Use hardware acceleration when available" 5. Click OK and restart Firefox https://vimeo.com/forums/help/topic:112861

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              • CHANGE - ADAM ONDRA - 2x 8c/+ ON-SIGHT

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                from BERNARTWOOD / Added

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                CHANGE MOVIE AVAILABLE HERE: http://store.payloadz.com/details/2157440-movies-and-videos-sports-change-adam-ondra-movie-2.html Here a is small video edited from the shots, which did not find place in the final movie Change. Adam Ondra on-sights Nordic Flower (established as 9a, today more like 8c/+) and Muy Verdes 8c/+ in Hanshelleren cave in Flatanger, Norway. Change movie will be definitely and finally released on Sunday 26.10. 2014. For sure :-) Files are uploaded and first journalists got their copy...

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                • My French Friend - Bog Woman's Brew

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                  My French Friend -- Bog Woman's Brew Music by My French Friend http://soundcloud.com/myfrenchfriend http://www.facebook.com/pages/My-French-Friend/197193416960898 Video produced by Darlings & Muscles in collaboration with My French Friend Darlings & Muscles © 2012 All Rights Reserved. http://darlingsmuscles.dk/portfolio/bog-woman-s-brew/ Director: Alexander Fog Producer: Fabrice Jakobsen Alexander Fog Emil Kramhøft Dinsen Executive producer: Fabrice jakobsen Janus Regel Photographer: Christian Houge Laursen Line producer: Emil Kramhøft Dinsen Production Manager: Martin Buhl Nielsen Make-up: Louise Musse Christensen Karina W. Østerberg Production Assistant: Anton Melby Bak Tilde Marie Ussing Best boy electric: Lucas Reinhardt Riding teacher: Heidi Kleven Editor: Henrik Jensen VFX: Henrik Jensen PR: Martin Buhl Nielsen Starring: Louise Borchsenius Jensen Michael Wisbech Laursen Daniel Bitsch-Düring Sandrine Hansen Ieva Aleknaite Fabrice Jakobsen Janus Regel Thanks: Suzanne Fog Produced by: Darlings & Muscles

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                  • Winter in Finland - Way to Home

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                    This is a short video (and actually my first ever internet video too;) about me riding back to my home from my day trip and taking some shortcuts through the forests and frozen lakes. Weather was -22,5c and there was 20-30cm of powder snow everywhere. Basically I was testing the bike and some gears for my longer trip later this winter. I just love that white stuff! :D

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                    • PS Nordic - XC Trail 2012

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                      POWERSLIDE Nordic - XC Trail 2012 Frame: PS Nordic Tires: 6 ¼” Kenda Road Star air tires Bearings: Powerslide rustproof Weight: 2700g (Size EUR 41) incl. brake Shell - Very rigid and gives lot of support - Made out of special composite compound material (15% fiberglass) - 165mm mounting distance - Bottom is ventilated Cuff - Made out of special composite compound material (15% fiberglass) - Clean and stylish buckle Padding - Removable and washable liner - Unique 3 layer padding - 3D latex foam in the ankle area Upper & Lacing - Simple and solid 3 buckle closure technik - Easy to get in and out Frame - 2-piece construction - Made out of 6061 aircraft aluminium - Strong and lightweight - 165mm mounting Tires* - 6 1/4 Road star air tires - 5-spoke rim - Off road profile - Max. 6,3 bar / 90 psi *We also offer 150mm PU wheels for those skaters who like to skate mainly on asphalted roads and like to have more speed. Bearing - Rustproof bearings - Lubricated with light grease - Strong and Solid cage - 7 steel balls Brake - Offers lots of possibilities to adjust (brakepad/angle) - Comes with one brake (switchable) - Soft pad can be adjustet in height and shiftet forward/backward For more information visit: www.powerslide.com www.facebook.com/Powerslidenordic

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