Make My Day Australia
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WOW, just amazing! Jeremie Eloy won our 2013 readers award for best kite film last year with his movie about Namibia, he’s back once again with this awesome edit featuring Australia. Mixed in with the amazing kitesurfing footage are visuals that will take your breath away, if you watch one kitesurfing movie today, make sure it is this one…
“I am pleased to announce the launching of episode 8 of my serie MAKE MY DAY. It was shot last february in Western Australia.
The tourism board say: “Australia is an exceptional destination for lovers of great outdoors. It is the largest island in the world, unlike any other country.” Well. They did not lie. Not at all. 3000 miles later, what they wrote was confirmed: Indeed, Australia has no limit.
There, we followed the exact same rules that for the previous MAKE MY DAY episodes : No map, no schedule, just a lot of connections to the website Windguru (and a few brochures found at the airport too).
1 month later : Here is a crazy adventure through the huge fields of the Wheatbelt (people call it the “breadbasket of Australia”), a story marked by unique encounters: The Aborigines told us their secrets and culture, their traditions, their fears, their hopes. We got lost in wild ghost towns, looked for gold miners, kited in big shorebreaks and even wandered in Karri forests… Karri being some of the tallest trees in the world, 90m high Eucalyptus species.
Stop now guys.
Stop reading. Click on play and watch.
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Music: Radical Face- Black Eyes if you like the song you can download it here itunes.apple.com/us/album/black-eyes/id464169640?i=464169655
Credits : Wanaii films
Filmed by : Yves P, Jérémie Eloy
Edited by : Jérémie Eloy
Filmed with a Canon C100, Go pro HD3+
This is a non commercial video