This video takes you to a channel in Copenhagen. The channel is called Nyhavn and it is surrounded by beautiful colour buildings. From there you can take them channel cruises during daytime, if you want to see the famous statue of Little Mermaid, for example. In the evening time you can enjoy a drink or dinner by one of them many restaurant terraces by this channel.
This video was shot from the top of Castel Sant’Angelo in Rome, Italy, during the massive heats of the month of July.
Castel Sant’Angelo gives you a splendid view over the city of Rome, and it is located by the river Tiber, next to the famous Roman bridges. It is also near the Vatican City.
Castel Sant’Angelo has a small entrance fee, and it works as a museum. I would recommend to visit there at least because of the views. See what else I would recommend from the article ”Art and Traveltips for Rome”!
After watching this short video from Rome, more related videos will follow, so enjoy your virtual adventure!
Oheinen Sant’Angelon linnasta käsin kuvattu video tarjoaa näkymän yli Rooman.
Benaulim Beach is one of them most attractive beaches in South Goa, India, when it comes to being a tourist.
It is a beautiful and rather peaceful beach, child friendly, and mostly not too crowded. Located in-between Colva and Varca Beaches, there’s two main entrances to Benaulim Beach – one is through the restaurant and shop area and the other one is through the fishermen’s workplace where they dry their fish by the roadside. The latter one is more peaceful place with less beach shacks during holiday season.
This short video from Benaulim Beach was shot during sunset time in Hard Roque beach shack. Quality beach shacks in Goa are safe places to eat and dine. Many of them even have running water nowadays.
After watching this short video from Benaulim Beach, you will get to see more videos about Benaulim Beach, Goa, made by other people than me, so enjoy your adventure!
I mentioned about the Elephanta Caves in Mumbai, India, back in 2006, when I was visiting there, and shooting the video attached below. The blog article from that period of time, 2006, with the tiny images, is what was possible to post from India back then. Reason being the laptop with its extremely slow speed for any kind of function, from shifting the photos from my camera to the computer and then cropping them and shifting to a memory stick and taking to an Internet cafe. And then on top of all that we had the very slow internet connection in a Mumbai Net Cafe back then, which took several minutes for a few kilobytes.
So much trouble in 2006, only to tell you about the great sight of Elephanta Caves, which is one them World Heritage Sites located in India. Inside the caves there are many stone carvings made of Hindu Gods. Protected from the monsoon weather. Reachable only by boat.
Today, in 2018, internet enables you to see many other videos about the Elephanta Caves in Mumbai after watching this short video of mine. So do take a look and enjoy you visual adventure!
Mainitsin Elephanta Cavesista jo vuonna 2006 käydessäni Mumbaissa. Valitettavasti nettiyhteydet, kamerat ja tietokoneet olivat tuolloin niin kehnoa laatua, ettei Elephanta Caves -videon bloggaaminen ollut mahdollista ennen kuin vasta nyt.
Bonuksena kuitenkin tämä: katsottuasi tämän lyhytvideon Elephanta Cavesista, saat nyt kaupan päälle monta muuta videonäkökulmaa samasta aiheesta!
Vagator Beach is located in North Goa, in-between Fort Chapora and Anjuna Beach. This video will take you next to the main Vagator Beach, showing you some after sunset moments with trance.
This short video of Vagator Beach dates back somewhere in 2006 – 2007. After watching this video, you will get to see also other videos from Vagator, Goa, India, and the topics related. See also other videos from my Goa travel sketchbook in the Real Goa Short Cut -video collection in YouTube. You will find authentic scenes with authentic sounds from Goa, India.
Qtub Minar in one of the most visually interesting sights in Delhi, India, and one of them 36 UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in India.
Here in this video you will see a peak of Qtub Minar and the surroundings and hear the real birds sing in India back in 2007, when I was there getting to know this sight with my camera and through photography. You’re most likely to see several more recent videos of Qtub Minar after you watch this short video of mine, so it’s worth taking a look!
In case you wish to see also other videos from India, find them from this Indivue video collection from India – It consists of short videos which are authentic scenes with authentic sounds from all around India. You will find other UNESCO Worlds Heritage Sites from India there as well, like Fatehpur Sikri.
My digital painting inspired by Qtub Minar can be seen in this Instagram post below, if your browser supports that feature.
Hashtags there will open you an almost up-to-date photogallery of this same subject, so enjoy your visual adventure –
If you’re interested in having this Qtub Minar digital painting you can inquire about it here: INDIVUE!
Qtub Minar on yksi Intian Delhin visuaalisesti mielenkiintoisimmista nähtävyyksistä ja yksi 36 UNESCO:n maailmanperintökohteesta Intiassa. Oheisella videolla osa Qutub Minar -nähtävyyttä ja Qtub Minarista voit lukea lisää suomeksi oheisesta linkistä.
Ever since 2005 Indivue has been writing this unique, first of its kind, Travel Opus to Bollywood (in Finnish “Matkaopus Bollywoodiin”), telling the readers about the Bollywood movies and the stars as well as about traveling in India, both in Finnish and in English, in websites like www.indivue.blogspot.com and www.indivue.com as well as through various social media channels like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
It was only in 2013 when Bollywood movie premieres started regularly coming to some theathers in Finland. Before that Bollywood movies were only shown once a year during Love & Anarchy -film festival in Helsinki.
Nowadays Bollywood movies are even more easier to see than, lets say 10 years ago, when you had to travel all the way to India to get some. Not to mention UK.
Still, in case you’re not familiar with Bollywood or Indian cinema, it is about time you did that. But for the time being, before this opus being translated, you can
Indivuen Matkaopus Bollywoodiin on vuodesta 2005 alkaen kirjoitettu, blogattu ja sometettu kokoelma artikkeleita ja arvioita parhaimmista Bollywood-elokuvista ja -näyttelijöistä sekä ylipäätään Intiasta matka- ja kuvauskohteena. Löydät teoksen suomeksi oheisesta linkistä!
Cabo de Rama Fort is one of the best sights in South Goa, India. Way up on the hill takes a little bit effort but is worth every penny of your time.
This video of Cabo de Rama Fort was originally shot in the year 2006 and back in those days backpackers from Europe had to shoot 360-degree videos manually, or should I say organically – Well, whatever the case – see it for yourself and press the play button.
After watching this short video, you will get to see other videos from Cabo de Rama and the topics related. If you are interested in seeing lots of other videos I’ve shot into my Goa travel sketchbook, you can find them from the Real Goa Short Cut -video collection I’ve made in YouTube. Those videos will be authentic scenes with authentic sounds from Goa, India. You will really get the feeling. Remember to follow Indivue in YouTube as well!