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This video is sample footage captured from an RC helicopter during the Mammut 150 Years: Peak Project: Trango Tower, Pakistan with David Lama and Peter Ortner, celebrating Mammut’s 150th anniversary. This project is still in post production, please stay tuned for both the television show and short film edit. The amazing RC heli cam work was done by Remo Masina at Dedicam.tv, take a look at their site for more info. And the edit was done by Jason Bosch at NovusSelect.com. Stay tuned for more updates on the project.
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Here is the story of three friends, Thomas de Dorlodot, Horacio Llorens and Hernan Pitocco traveling in the Karakoram mountain range. They flew their paragliders at high altitude and for long distances in their quest for new record flights. Here is the teaser of their incredible story.
Director: Olivier Boonjing, sound: Thibaut Darscotte, Edited by Olivier Boonjing and Adil Nahjari.
World premiere at Coupe Icare 2012.
Showreel of upcoming documentary about climate change on the Karakoram and Himalayan ranges.
Hidden among some of the tallest peaks in the world, Baltistan and the Hunza valley are historically, culturally and environmentally unique: the mountains here hold the largest amount of glacier water outside the Poles, and the locals’ livelihoods have been depending on it for centuries.
This region, on the border between Pakistan, China and India, is a prime example of the kind of irreplaceable human heritage that is at risk of being lost because of climate change. The film explores the local culture, its rich history, and its miraculously-successful symbiotic relationship with the mountains and the glaciers.
Ni ada lagi satu pengembaraan melalui keretapi yang menjadi impian saya. Keretapi Darjeeling di India, juga dikenali sebagai Toy Train. Warna biru keretapi ni memang cantik. Perjalanan membelah Banjaran Himalaya di India memang sungguh mengasyikkan bukan? Memang menjadi impian nak naik keretapi ni. Lepas tuh sampai di Darjeeling bolehlah pekena teh darjeeling yang terkenal. Sambil mengadap ladang teh yang luas, menghirup teh panas. Ah! Syurga dunia lagaknya!
Keretapi Kalka ke Shimla ni pun menarik juga ni. Memang menarik naik keretapi jarak jauh ni kan. Boleh menatapi pemandangan keindahan alam yang tidak ternilai di depan mata. Menatap di dalam youtube memang tidak sama dengan pergi sendiri ke sana. Insya Allah nak singgah la naik keretapi ni suatu hari nanti 🙂
Perasan tak mereka yang berketurunan Gurkha seperti di atas. Muka ada iras-iras macam Bangsa Melayu. Mereka nampaknya tengah nak mengimpikan negara mereka sendiri iaitu Gurkhaland. Mereka jugalah diambil oleh British Raj dan dihantar ke Malaya semasa Perang Dunia Ke-2 dan digelar sebagai Tentera Gurkha. Baru saya ketahui Gurkha adalah nama tempat sebenarnya 🙂