Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Using a drone to catch a monster bass! EPIC!!!

According to Viva Frei: I say this every time I make a video, but this is the most epic video EVER!!! I used my DJI Phantom 2+ to fish. But not with a work on a hook on some Florida golf course pond. I trolled a jitterbug o Lake Champlain, and I hooked a MONSTER BASS! I didn't expect this to work. Absolutely the most surprising and epic video ever!
Check this out.

WoW !!! Giant Coconut Crab : The Largest Land Crab In The World

At up to 1 m (3 ft) long, coconut crabs are not simply the largest land crabs. They are the largest arthropods, the group that includes insects, spiders and crustaceans, that live on land. The Japanese spider crab is bigger, but it has the advantage of living underwater where its weight is supported.
Thanks for watching! Thanks to Wonder World TV.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Green Lake in Austria, The natural phenomenon

At first glimpse, this photograph seem to show a scuba diver exploring the depths of an underwater world.

But if you watch the full video video, you will see a tree, a bridge and even a park bench.

In fact these incredible images show a diver traversing an Austrian lake that floods every year, covering everything in the surrounding area.

For most of the year, visitors to the beauty spot can leisurely stroll around the picturesque lagoon, enjoying the stunning landscape from one of the benches set near the water's edge.

Thanks for watching and sharing this awesome place.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Fisherman found giant 34 kg pearl worth $100 million

A record-breaking giant pearl, reportedly 1ft wide and 2.2 ft in length, has gone on display 10 years after it was first discovered off the coast of Palawan Island, Philippines in 2006.

The £100m find, which experts believe could be the biggest natural giant clam pearl in the world, will be unveiled to the public, it was announced on Monday.

The enormous pearl was found by fisherman who cast down his anchor and it got wedged on a rock during a storm, said Tourism officer Aileen Cynthia Amurao. The find is thought to be five times larger than the previous record set by the Pearl of Allah, which was also found near Palawan Island in 1939.

"He noticed that it was lodged on a shell and swam down to pull up the anchor, and also brought the shell with him. This was a decade ago and he kept it at home.

"He didn't know how much it was worth and kept it tucked away at home as a simple good luck charm.

"We were amazed when he brought it to us. We now need help from gemologists to fully certify it. We're waiting for authentication from Gemologist Institute and other international authorities.

Giant clams can reach over four feet in length and very rarely produce pearls, making this discovery extremely rare.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Japan - View from Above

Japan is the furthest point in what was called the ‘Far East’ by Imperial Europe, and is perhaps the most categorical in that respect. It may come as a culture-shock for some; the deep, in-grown, ancient traditions, taboos, customs and norms of the Japanese people. But those same customs and norms, so obsessed with perfection, are incredibly beautiful, complementing the natural beauty of the Japanese landscape. Travel with View from Above to Tokyo’s metropolitan skyline, Kyoto’s shrines and temples, Fuji’s iconic cliffs, and the elegant pagodas and toris of the Japanese countryside. Captured by DJI unmanned recreational drones, enjoy some unique and incredible shots of this amazing country.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Dumaguete City, check this out

Dumaguete City is the capital and most populated area of Negros Oriental. Its geographical location makes it one of the most convenient gateways to some of the most beautiful places in the Philippines--Apo Island, Casaroro Falls, Pulang Bato, Bais, and more!

Here are the recommended activities and places within your reach from Dumaguete City.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Norway- View from Above

Norway is most well-known historically as being the home of the Vikings. As Germanic tribes migrated north into Scandinavia during the early Roman reign they settled in modern-day Norway where their language and culture evolved. A clan-based society of warriors was formed, bent on expansion, who traversed the northern seas to pillage coastal villages all across Europe and the British Isles. Norway then begun its journey into feudalism and a lineage of kings dominated Norwegian history until 1905 when Norway became an independent nation, splitting from the Norwegian-Swedish conglomerate. Norway’s people, although affected by the widespread chaos of World War II, have largely retained their cultural and historical identity while embracing modernism.
Thanks to A VIEW FROM ABOVE for creating this awesome video.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Sydney - View from Above

Sydney is the southern hemisphere’s answer to cities like New York and Hong Kong; those trendy and modernised locales that each radiate their own personal touches. Sydney is a world class city of the same calibre, and it too has its own unique culture. The wide expanse of Sydney Harbour, the excitement of the entertainment district of Darling, the sexy beach-culture of Bondi and Manly, the adventure within the Blue Mountain range; these are just some of the highlights awaiting the visitors to Sydney.
Many thanks to View From Above for creating this stunning video.


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