« Un dernier épisode intense pour clôturer comme il se doit la saison. Une nouvelle expérience aussi stressante que passionnante qui m’a permis de découvrir bien plus que de simples paysages. À chaque voyage, tu en découvres et en apprends surtout davantage sur ta propre personne! »[…]
So after i lost my drone a month ago, in the same area where this film is being shot, i went back again after one month to search for the drone in the 2m snow. After 6 hours i was able to spot my drone out of the snow. It was so emotional. But i was not done yet, after i replaced my drone with my drone insurance, i went back after one week to the dolomities to continue what i have started, and made this end film project. How i lost my drone, how i found it, and what i have captured after that? You’ll find out in this video. Enjoy!
The route ‘Panaroma’ (8c) in the Italian Dolomites has been a long-standing dream for Spanish climber Edu Marin. The line features easy but poorly protected climbing on its early pitches with run-out sections between some extremely doubtful peg placements. The real meat of the route arrives in its upper reaches however, when a daunting triple roof section blocks the climber’s path to the summit. With his father and climbing partner Francisco shouting encouragement from the belay, Edu manages to pull off an astounding lead through this daunting terrain leaving only easy, (if rather crumbly), ground to the summit. […]
Can mountains shine on their own? A time lapse journey chasing the unique light of Dolomites, showing how it changes in different conditions and times.
It was shot during two summer vacations, between 2016 and 2017, for one month overall. It is completely set in Fassa and Gardena Valley, between Trentino and South Tyrol, in northern Italy.
More info at: http://www.mctimelapse.it/en/the-ligh… […]