FLYING OVER ICELAND (4K) 1HR Ambient Drone Film + Music by Nature Relaxation™ for Stress Relief

FLYING OVER ICELAND (4K) 1HR Ambient Drone Film + Music by Nature Relaxation™ for Stress Relief

WATCH ON-DEMAND @ | ABOUT: "Flying Over Iceland: Part I" is a stunning yet soothing aerial journey to the remote fjords and valleys of eastern Iceland. The first of a new series, Part I begins at sunrise on a perfect summer day in Breiðdalsvík, where a golden sun lights up the majestic valley. After soaring through the golden sea mists and offering a glimpse of the stunning Breiðdalur Valley (its name means ‘Wide Valley’), viewers then head inland to a hidden, magical arched waterfall for a refreshing immersive flight that begins at the base of the falls and reaches above the clouds. Next, as the morning turns into a sunlit afternoon, viewers are swept inland to the crystal clear waters of the the impressive Breiðdalsá river, to cool off in some falls along with a pair of local swans. Well known for salmon fishing, the turquoise blue river winds its way scenically across the valley basin to the sea, which is where the film ends – but not before a chance encounter with a local reindeer! The final flight in Part 1 offers a sunny afternoon look at the tiny village of Breiðdalsvík from afar and offers an amazing endless blue water vista with green islands, seagulls, a rock island that that looks like a cat, a scenic lighthouse, and more. Paired with nature sounds and new music by The Cynic Project (Relax Moods), it is a wonderful yet rare colorful look into the often overlooked lands of East Iceland. Part 2 coming soon! MORE INFO:

Filmed by David Huting on the DJI Mavic 2 Pro
Music composed by Alex Smith with Relax Moods – and
Special thanks to East Iceland tourism for the help with making this film. Learn more about Breiðdalsvík and the rest of this hidden yet amazing part of Iceland at

Want to visit Breiðdalsvík? Make sure you check out the Hotel Bláfell –



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