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Hikes & Things to do in Bariloche (Patagonia Expedition #01)

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Hikes & Things to do in Bariloche (Patagonia Expedition #01)

On our first stop in Patagonia we spent a good 2 weeks in Argentina to explore great hikes and Things to do in Bariloche in preparation for the upcoming adventures
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Bariloche in Argentina is located at the northern end of the region Patagonia and serves as the perfect gateway to start our adventure. Surrounded by lakes and situated close to the Andes you can go for big variety of activities. While it is one of the largest ski ressorts in South America in winter it turns into a hikers paradise in summer.

Rather than hanging out in the city itself we used it as a base to drive around the 7 lakes, hike & camp to the Tronador and climbed our way up to Frey, Cerro Campanario and Catedral. With this we can give you a bigger picture of the area and you can easily use this video as a Bariloche Guide for your own trip!

This part of the trip was executed within 1,5 weeks by using the local buses and a well planned itinerary after we flew in from Buenos Aries - following I list all the places we visited & Things to do in Bariloche:
- Chocolateria Rapa Nui
- Cerro Campanario
- San Martin de los Andes
- Circuito de los 7 Lagos
- Villa La Angostura
- Center of Bariloche
- Villa Catedral
- Cerro Catedral
- Refugio Frey
- Refugio Otto Meiling
- Cerro Tronador
- Pampa Linda
- Glaciar Castaño Overo

I'm excited to share all our experiences in Patagonia over the course of the next 8 weeks with you. In the next episodes we will Hitchhike the Carretera Austral, trek through the most impressive mountain ranges, ice hike over the glaciers of the southern Patagonian Icefield and meet impressive characters along the way.

The Patagonian Expedition is a 95% self funded video documentary project following my trip in 2012/2013. Our aim is to show you the beauty of the rather unknown parts in Patagonia alongside with the famous spots.

Beside beautiful landscape you can expect loads of information and our personal experiences and struggles along the way.

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Road Trip Around Bariloche & Argentina's Lake District

In this week's episode we're on yet another scenic road trip in Argentina, this time in Bariloche and the breathtaking Lake District. We stay at some beautiful boutique hotels, go hiking, take a boat ride on the lake and travel the area like only goats do! Check it out!

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Hiking the Huemul Circuit in El Chaltén, Argentina (Patagonia Expedition #06)

In the 6th episode of the Patagonia Expedition we are taking you with us on the tough 4 day Huemul Circuit hike close to El Chalten.
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El Chaltén is the trekking capital of Argentina and one of the best spots for hiking and climbing in Patagonia. From the several hiking options in this area we chose the popular hike to Cerro Torre and Laguna Torre first before hiking to Fitz Roy and Laguna de los tres on another dayhike.

Now we decided to also hike the Huemul Circuit - a challenging multi day trek which I already completed 3 years ago. Though it is a tough trek it totally pays off with the incredible views you get: from the glaciers of the Patagonian Ice Field to the turquoise waters of the Viedma lake.

This part of the trip was executed within 4 days and this is what we saw:
- Southern Patagonian Ice Field
- Cerro Torre
- Monte Fitz Roy
- Laguna Toro
- Galciar Rio Tunel Inferior & Rio Tunel
- Paso del Viento
- Viedma Glacier / Glaciar Viedma
- Cerro Huemul / Vuelta Huemul
- Paso Huemul
- Lago Viedma
- Bahia Tempanos
- Bahia Rio Tunel
- Campo Hielo Sur
- El Chalten


I'm excited to share all our experiences in Patagonia over the course of the next 6 weeks with you. In the next episode we will visit the Perito Moreno Glacier near El Calafate, Argentina and meet impressive characters along the way.

The Patagonian Expedition is a 95% self funded video documentary project following my trip in 2012/2013. Our aim is to show you the beauty of the rather unknown parts in Patagonia alongside with the famous spots.

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Top 10 Things to Do in Argentina

This list of top 10 things to do in Argentina shows you the highlights of the country based on my own experience of 4 months traveling from north to south.
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Argentina is the second largest country of South America and in matters of the diversity very close to it’s western neighbour – therefore Backpacking in Chile and Argentina are easy to combine!

From the impressive Iguazu Falls in the north over to South Americas party town in the center, the big lake region with green forests surrounding Bariloche and the stunning mountain ranges as well as glaciers in Patagonia to the Land of Fire in the south you’re able to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities and cultural experiences.

Things to do in Argentina covered in this video:
1. Fitz Roy & Cerro Torre in El Chalten (0:35)
2. Tierra del Fuego & Beagle channel, Ushuaia (0:56)
3. Live like a local in Rosario (1:16)
4. Lake region in Bariloche (1:43)
5. Iguazu Falls near Puerto Iguazu (2:07)
6. Perito Moreno Glacier, El Calafate (2:29)
7. Buenos Aires (2:51)
8. Valles Calchaquíes & Salta (3:17)
9. Wine in Mendoza (3:37)
10. El Bolsón and the Rio Negro Region (3:35)

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25 hours stuck on a bus: Buenos Aires to Bariloche

Yeah, the bus from Buenos Aires to Bariloche is no joke.

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After our abrupt departure from Buenos Aires to Bariloche, we woke up on the bus somewhere in the Pampas of Argentina. The total journey of the bus ride would end up being 25 hours. It was a bit of a marathon. So, it was funny when we both woke up excited about how much we slept. We both had the this journey is easy! vibe going on the bus.
Obviously, that didn't last long. The first 12 hours, which we mostly spent sleeping, went fast. But, once the cell phones started to die, and all the electronic equipment started to lose it's charge. The bus from Buenos Aires to Bariloche got a whole lot less fun.
I found ways on this trip to entertain myself shooting some time lapse content for the vlog out the windows. Greg shot some some pretty killer slow-mo frames, and in the end we made it.
Yeah, the bus from Buenos Aires to Bariloche is a bit of a marathon, but it's comfortable enough.
It was also so great that when we arrived, the transfer that our hotel arranged brought us beer.
And, when we got to the posada there was an awesome spread and dinner waiting for us. And, it wouldn't be an Argentina vlog without a glass of wine to wash it all down.
Tomorrow, we'll finally get out and shoot some photography here in Bariloche.

Emotional and physical ups and downs hiking in Bariloche, Patagonia.

In one day, we climbed and descended TWO mountains. This video encompasses the panoramic highs and the bug bitten lows.

Bariloche is in the northern Lake District of Patagonia, on the Argentinian side. It's a wonderfully snug little town surrounded by the most fabulous trails and hikes.

We caught a bus to Cathedral and then hiked up to Refugio Grey for the first night and across to Refugio San Martin on the second night. It's a tough but rewards route, I'd highly recommend.
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Bariloche, Lake District, Argentina | Nahuel Huapi National Park, Rafting, Kayaking. HD

Your fast guide to / Su guía rápida para: Bariloche, Argentina.
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This may sound strange but not a single photo in this video is from San Carlos de Bariloche itself, but from day trips made out of the city. San Carlos de Bariloche is usually called Bariloche and lies in the Argentinean Lake District close to the Chilean border. There are a few popular tourist hubs in Patagonia where its really easy to arrange tours, day tours or longer ones, in order to take in landscapes, flora and fauna or adventure sports, such as white water rafting, kayaking, horse riding, hiking, mountaineering etc. Bariloche is probably the best and biggest of them all and is also a prime ski resort in the winter.

What to do and see / Que hacer y ver:
00:00 Rafting - Río Manso
00:28 Lago Nahuel Huapi
00:47 Puerto Cántaros
00:52 Cascada los Cántaros
01:04 Lago los Cántaros
01:14 Puerto Blest
01:16 Restaurante del Hotel Puerto Blest, (Hotel Histórico)
01:22 Cerca de Puerto Blest / Close to Puerto Blest
01:46 Rafting - Río Manso
04:06 Bienvenido a Chile
04:16 Kayaking - Lago Gutiérrez
04:45 Lago los Cántaros

White water rafting on the Manso River is of course included in this video, and we did end up crossing the border to Chile for a short while and having a photo of the border sign coming back to Argentina. Rafting was one of first things I included in my 7 weeks in Latin America travel project, and it turned out to be the best single day during he entire trip! Patagonia is such a beautiful location. No matter where you go, you'll find beautiful landscapes and plenty of options for an active holiday.

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Things to do in Ushuaia & Tierra del Fuego, Argentina -(Travel Video 049)

Ushuaia is the southernmost city of the world and my starting point for outdoor adventures in & around the Tierra del Fuego National Park. Here I show you the things to do in Ushuaia!
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I went hiking up to Glaciar Martial, went off the beaten path to discover a colorful lagoon, found a glacier cave, went on a boat trip across the beagle channel and paddled down a river in the national park.
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Travel Patagonia by Drone in 4k (Best of the Patagonia Expedition)

For me Patagonia is one of the most beautiful travel destinations on earth, to showcase this I created a montage of the best drone footage from my recent trip.
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Over the course of 2 months I traveled Chilean as well as Argentine Patagonia from north to south to produce a documentary series called The Patagonia Expedition together with my friend Kristin Addis. The trip started in Bariloche (Argentina) and went via the Carretera Austral (Chile) down south to El Chaltén (Argentina) and finally to Torres del Paine (Chile).

It wasn't easy to travel with all the camera gear beside the other equipment we needed, especially considering all the camping stuff (tent, sleeping bag, cooking equipment etc) but I wanted to capture the beauty of traveling through Patagonia the best way possible.

Throughout the trip we got in touch with locals, stayed longer in one spot to really get to know the place and did all kinds of tough outdoor activities. Due to my former travels I already knew most of the places, got in touch with local friends and tourism businesses to help us create these videos. Not to mention the physical preparations which enabled us do all this activities under those partially tough conditions.

We are very grateful for all those experiences, new friendships and cooperations with locals as well as park rangers!

DRONE LAWS IN PATAGONIA
Please consider that all shots were filmed considering the drone laws in Argentina and Chile at the time we filmed there. Moreover we got special permissions by park rangers in some of the locations such as National Parks or filmed on private property with the permission of the owner (e.g. Torres del Paine).

Furthermore I'd like to point out that I took several weeks of practice in training spaces in Europe to ensure safe flights in Patagonia with my drone, especially due to the harsh weather and wind conditions.

In order to protect nature and wildlife in this sensitive part of the world I highly recommend to follow these rules as well if you plan to do something similar. Please check with the local laws before you fly, don't fly in National Parks without special permission, please check the weather conditions before you fly and take your time to calibrate your drone before each flight.

DRONE & PATAGONIAN WEATHER
Consider the extreme weather conditions and come prepared with special equipment as listed above such as a good drone backpack, special propellers, waterproof housing for sd cards and a durable HDD.

FILMING LOCATIONS
Following I list all the places we visited during our Patagonia Travel:
- Bariloche & Villa La Angostura
- Chaiten
- Puyuhuapi
- Villa Santa Lucia
- Cerro Castillo
- Puyuhuapi
- Puerto Rio Tranquilo
- Laguna San Rafael National Park & Eploradores Glacier
- Queulat National Park / Parque Nacional Queulat
- Queulat Glacier / ventisquero queulat (colgante)
- Villa O'Higgins
- Lago O'Higgins & Bernado O'Higgins National Park
- O'Higgins Glacier
- Candelario Mansilla
- El Chalten & Fitz Roy & Cerro Torre
- Los Glaciares National Park
- Torres del Paine
- Region Los Lagos
- Region de Aysén
- Provincia Rio Negro
- Provincia Santa Cruz
- Region Magellanes y Antartica Chilena

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Border Crossing & Things to do in El Chaltén, Argentina (Patagonia Expedition #05)

In the 5th episode of the Patagonia Expedition we are doing the 2 day border crossing from Villa O’Higgins to El Chalten and explore the best Things to do in El Chalten.
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The Carretera Austral is a 1200km long road in the south of Chile which connects the most remote areas of the country. The ruta 7 is a paradise for adventure seekers as it is a mostly unpaved road which brings you to the lesser known parts of Patagonia in the stunning Los Lagos and Aysen Region.

Our plan was to get from Puerto Montt till Villa O’Higgins by thumb to get in touch with locals and fellow adventurers along the way. After finishing this adventure in the last episode we wanted to get to El Chaltén in Argentina with a visit to the O’Higgins Glacier and an overnight stay at the Farm Candelario Mancilla.

To do the border crossing from Villa O’Higgins to El Chaltén one first needs to take a boat to cross the O’Higgins lake and get to Candelario Mancilla on the other side. We opted in for the additional boat excursion to see the O’Higgins Glacier and have some whisky with ice from the Southern Patagonian Ice Field.

The next stretch we needed to hike for 22km to Laguna del Desierto where we took another boat to cross over to the southern shore where we spend the night camping before hitchhiking the remaining 37km to El Chaltén.

El Chaltén is the trekking capital of Argentina and one of the best spots for hiking and climbing in Patagonia. From the several hiking options in this area we chose the popular hike to Cerro Torre and Laguna Torre first before hiking to Fitz Roy and Laguna de los tres on another dayhike.

This part of the trip was executed within 1week by using altogether 2 boat, 1 bus and one car - following I list all the places we visited & Things to do in el Chalten:
- O'Higgins Glacier / Bernardo O’Higgins National Park
- Southern Patagonian Ice Field
- Candelario Mancilla
- Villa O'Higgins
- O’Higgins Lake / Lago O’Higgins or Lago San Martin
- Cerro Torre and Laguna Torre
- Monte Fitz Roy and Laguna de los tres / laguna sucia
- Lago del Desierto
- El Chalten

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I'm excited to share all our experiences in Patagonia over the course of the next 6 weeks with you. In the next episode we will hike the Huemul Circuit in El Chalten, Argentina and meet impressive characters along the way.

The Patagonian Expedition is a 95% self funded video documentary project following my trip in 2012/2013. Our aim is to show you the beauty of the rather unknown parts in Patagonia alongside with the famous spots.

Beside beautiful landscape you can expect loads of information and our personal experiences and struggles along the way.

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Wanderungen & Sehenswürdigkeiten in Bariloche, Argentinien (Patagonia Expedition, Folge 01)

Beeindruckende Wanderungen und Sehenswürdigkeiten in Bariloche sind unser Start in eine lange Patagonienreise, hier stellen wir dir die besten Treks und Tipps für Bariloche vor
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Die Region Patagonien beginnt etwas nördlich von Bariloche in Argentinien. Im Nahuel Haupi Nationalpark gelegen ist Bariloche mit seiner Kombination aus Bergen, Seen und grünen Wäldern der Perfekte Start für unser Abenteuer. 
Wir haben Bariloche als Ausgangspunkt genutzt um die 7 Seen zu erkunden, zum Tronador zu wandern (und neben dem Refugio Otto Mietling zu campen), die Tour zum Refugio Frey und Cerro Catedral anzugehen, sowie die Aussichten vom Cerro Campanario zu bestaunen. Damit können wir dir in diesem Video eine gute Übersicht der Highlights und Sehenswürdigkeiten in Bariloche und Umgebung geben.

Für diesen Teil der Serie waren wir 1,5 Wochen vor Ort, haben für den Transport lokale Busse benutzt und in Hostels in Bariloche übernachtet (mehr dazu im Reiseführer) - folgend alle Wanderungen & Sehenswürdigkeiten in Bariloche, die in diesem Video erwähnt wurden:
- Chocolateria Rapa Nui
- Cerro Campanario
- San Martin de los Andes
- Circuito de los 7 Lagos
- Villa La Angostura
- Zentrum von Bariloche
- Villa Catedral
- Cerro Catedral
- Refugio Frey
- Refugio Otto Meiling
- Cerro Tronador
- Pampa Linda
- Glaciar Castaño Overo

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In dieser Serie nehmen Kristin von Bemytravelmuse und ich, dich mit auf eine Reise zu den beeindruckendsten Landschaften in und rund um die südlichste Region der Anden. Dabei besuchen wir u.a. die Seenregion, die Fjorde des Pazifischen Ozeans, die berühmtesten Gebirgsformationen und das Patagonische Eisfeld mit seinen Gletschern. Reise mit uns per Anhalter entlang der Carretera Austral zu den entlengsten Orten Patagoniens, sei bei unseren vielen Wanderungen dabei und… am wichtigsten: genieße die traumhaften Einblicke in die Landschaft Patagoniens. 


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Best trekking in Bariloche, Patagonia

Esta es una variante de la tradicional Colonia Suiza / Pampa Linda, también llamada 5 lagunas. La diferencia con la tradicional es que se desarrolla en sentido inverso.Abarca 2 refugios más, el Otto Meiling y el Agostino Rocca, y para unir estos se realiza una caminata por el Glaciar Alerce (glaciar obligatorio con guia)

La bautizamos La Gran 7 porque en la imagen satelital tiene forma de 7, son 7 noches las recomendables para hacerla y por el sentido de queja que tiene la frase !. Les aseguro que se van a quejar mucho... pero los premios de este trekking son claramente emocionantes!
La dificultad se ve acrecentada tanto física como técnicamente, se corre mucho riesgo de perderse, ya que en sentido inverso los puntos o marcas rojas, no se ven, por eso esta travesía requiere conocimientos de utilización de brújula y mapa, como así también de gps.
Esta travesía requiere experiencia en trekking previa, estar entrenado (son 7 noches y se lleva mucho peso en la mochila) hay mucha trepada y descensos muy empinados.

La iniciamos el 25 de febrero de 2018 y finalizamos el 4 de marzo de 2018
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Bariloche: Epic day of Photography in Patagonia

Bariloche, Argentina is simply amazing. No, Bariloche is ridiculous!
Finally, we made it to Bariloche, Argentina. And, amazingly, we were greeted by some incredible light. In fact, the sunrise light we got for our first bit of photography in Patagonia was about as good as I've ever had it. It was incredible. We woke up early on this vlog of Patagonia to shoot sunrise near Los Juncos which is a beautiful posada on the side of the lake. It was amazing. Honestly, there's no better welcome to some photography in Patagonia than we got this morning in Bariloche.
In the afternoon, we hiked up the hill to the view point above Bariloche to do some location scouting for the following morning.
The views from Cerro Campinario were incredible. No, they were ridiculous.
In the evening, we went to the Punto Panaramico which is one of the best view points in Bariloche to shoot some sunset footage.
The photography from the viewpoint of Bariloche came out brilliant. This part of Patagonia couldn't be more beautiful if it tried.
Tomorrow, I have another Argentina vlog from here in Bariloche, so stay tuned to the channel for tomorrow's daily vlog.

Bariloche, Patagonia, the Switzerland of Argentina

San Carlos de Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina is the Switzerland of Argentina. Settled by German immigrants and located in the foothills of the Andes, Bariloche is known for skiing, mountaineering, trekking, fishing, kayaking, horseback riding and other outdoor sports. It has stunning scenery and is also known for chocolates. Outside of Bariloche is the world-famous Llao Llao Resort & Spa.

Day Tours in Torres del Paine, Chile (Patagonia Expedition #09)

In the last episode of the Patagonia Expedition we show you all possible day tours in Torres del Paine including the popular full paine tour and finish with a boat excursion to the Grey Glacier
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After doing the full circuit hike in Torres del Paine we stayed for 4 days more at the Hotel Las Torres to explore the other sides and viewpoints of the national park we haven’t seen yet. One of the best options to see various sights in just one day is the Full Paine tour in Torres del Paine which follows the road inside the park and takes you to some very stunning viewpoints e.g. at the Pehoe lake and the Lago Grey.

At the end of the road you can opt-in for a boat excursion on the Lago Grey to see the Grey Glacier up close. The boat trip isn’t cheap but the views to the glacier are incredible! Other great day tours are:
day hike to the base of the torres / mirador base de las torres
day hike / horseback ride to the top of Cerro Paine (aka Huella de Puma)
half day tour to Laguna Amarga & Laguna Azul
horseback ride along the Lago Nordernskjöld
day hike to Refugio Los Perros

This part of the trip was executed within 4 days and this is what we saw:
- Torres del Paine National Park
- Hotel Las Torres
- Cerro Paine
- Hosteria Pehoe
- Southern Patagonian Ice Field
- Salto Grande
- Laguna Amarga
- Laguna Azul
- Campo Hielo Sur
- Glaciar Grey / Grey Glacier
- Refugio Grey
- Hotel Lago Grey
- Lago Nordernskjöld
- Base Las Torres
- Valle Ascencio
- Lago Pehoe


It was a pleasure to share all our experiences in Patagonia in this video series. You can find all information needed to replicate our trip or parts of it on my website.

The Patagonian Expedition is a 95% self funded video documentary project following my trip in 2012/2013. Our aim is to show you the beauty of the rather unknown parts in Patagonia alongside with the famous spots.

Beside beautiful landscape you can expect loads of information and our personal experiences and struggles along the way.

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The whole trip was executed over the course of 2 months using mostly local transport such as busses, cars and trucks. A big thank you goes to the Hotel Las Torres for supporting this part of the trip with accommodation, food & drinks as well as tours:

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"Trekking por el Cerro Campanario"- Bariloche- Patagonia Argentina...

Subiendo el Cerro Campanario, en San Carlos de Bariloche; Patagonia- Rep Argentina...Sin perder la vida, en el intento;(debido a un estado fisico, que deja mucho que desear; para este tipo de actividades)...
Hermoso Lugar, vale la pena intentarlo; nos hace sentir... Que Estamos Vivos.-

ARGENTINA ROAD TRIP! ROUTES OF THE SEVEN LAKES: BARILOCHE TO SAN MARTIN DE LOS ANDES

CERRO CAMPANARIO || LAGO NAHUEL HUAPI || VILLA LA ANGOSTURA || LLAO LLAO || LAGO TRAFUL || LAGO HERMOSO || LAGO VILLARINO || LAGO CERRONTOSO || LAGO ESPEJO GRANDE || LAGO LACAR || BARILOCHE TO SAN MARTIN DE LOS ANDES

After spending 2 days in Bariloche, we decided to rent a car and hit the road to San Martin de los Andes, going through the routes of the seven lakes with a stop over at Cerro Campanario. Amazing view from up there!

The drive took approx. 3 hours, and we picked up two hitchhikers friends: Niko and Francis along the way. They were mucisians from Buenos Aires and we ended up partying with them the whole night. Hitch hiking is very common on the part of Argentina.

Amazing road trip- passing through beautiful lakes along the way. Had fantastic time driving and discovering more of Argentina!

This video was shot with SONY A5000 camera, Go Pro hero 5 Black, and a DJI Spark drone.

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