The Dolomite Mountains, located in the northeastern portion of Italy became a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2009, and for good reason. The Dolomites are a part of the Alps and run through Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Germany, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Monaco. The peaks reach heights over ten thousand feet, literally putting you in the clouds.
Martin Heck, who brought us the jaw-dropping film of the exploding Calbuco volcano, saw this as an incredible landscape and knew he just had to have a bird’s eye view. “Timedrift II” is a video culmination of stunning time-lapses that capture a true gem for anyone with an itch to explore Western Europe’s natural beauty. The rugged terrain, open space, and dramatic skies are majestically documented through Heck’s slow slider movements. If you are looking to get lost and find yourself on your next excursion, the Dolomites may just be the place for you.