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This Awesome Video Is All The Drone Footage of Norway You Will Ever Need

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | August 17, 2015

This Awesome Video Is All The Drone Footage of Norway You Will Ever Need

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Let’s say you are on the fence on visiting Norway. Well prepare to be knocked clear to one side of that decision with this mesmerizing footage shot with a curious little drone.

First, we have to tip our hat to Digg for spotting what has to be one of the more pleasant ways to sit behind a computer screen at the moment.

The video was originally uploaded to YouTube by Anders Dragon who proclaims, via Google Translate: “Here you will get mad outlook, long beaches and if you are lucky you may find several seasons on the same day. Filmed in summer 2015.”

And what a summer it has been, featuring bike riding, surfing and pool diving—all in a place that resembles paradise.

Not to make you blush, Norway, but you are beautiful.

For the curious, Wikipedia helps us out on the purely gorgeous Stadlandet: “Located between the cities of Bergen (in Hordaland county to the south) and ålesund (in Møre og Romsdal county to the north), this is the only peninsula on the mainland of Norway that goes out into open sea.”

Because of its geography, you are afforded a lush and versatile landscape that captures the eye and entertains the spirit. According to the video, you get a glimpse of Hoddevik, Ytre Fure, Dragseidet and Sjastadvarden.

This is an area that demands more than general relaxation, because places like Hoddevik will entice the inner surfer in all of us.Better than any brochure or pamphlet, this video offers all the reasons you will ever need to visit this special place.

It seems you can fall in love at first sight. 

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