Six countries in one deep breath

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Iceland, Norway, Spain, Portugal, Belarus and Russia, all these countries in one video, which represents a mixture of our Earth and its beautiful pure nature. This slow captivating video shot with the camera pointing down at a 90 degree angle will immerse you in the world of details of our nature. The short film by Vadim Sherbakov is shot in two ways, vertically and horizontally. The video below is a 3-minute version in the horizontal form of extreme nature with a slightly cool atmosphere, but a pleasant style and deep psyche. You can see the structure, lines and layers of countries from all over the world in the video below! Let yourself be transferred to a quiet, short film by the great Vadim!

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