A rather charming short (part of a themed series) from South Korean animation studio VCRWORKS featuring a photographer on a springtime hike through a forest.
An immersive, BAFTA nominated short by Kathrin Steinbacher in which – following a joyful dance in the nip which will stay with you for the rest of the day – Grandma Hedi sets off through the Alps, revealing the reason for her attachment to her worn-out hiking boots.
John Walsh tweetz:
2015=€450, 2016=€850, 2017 renewal=€1700! this is ‘starting’ to get out of hand! think this is a job for
Yesterday: Cartel Insurance
Hiking (crawling, tip-toeing – call it what you will) along the ridiculously narrow Pali Puka ridge in Oahu: a trail with huge drop-offs on either side.
The clip – shot with a tiny a GoPro Hero camera – would have been just as impressive without the epic music score but, according to hiker dgcpinoy, the raw audio is simply ‘awful low quality shrieking wind’.
That, and the squeaky-balloon sound of butt cheeks clenching.
Behold: Caminito Del Rey: a dilapidated walkway, barely attached to the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Málaga in Spain.
Care to take a stroll?
Go full screen, vertigo junkies. Feel the fear in HD.