Best Video of 2022 [Nomination] – THE NORWAY PROJECT.
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30-min of stunning footage from The Norway Project – grab a coffee; you’ll love this. The Lofoten archipelago is located north of the Arctic Circle for its rugged beauty. Artists have long drawn inspiration from these islands, which even appear in Jules Verne’s work. Set against a backdrop of stark mountains and rugged coastline, the coloured cabins are as iconic as the dried fish that, for so long, underpinned the island’s economy.
Dead cod, a dangerous whirlpool, jagged mountains and fierce weather may not be a tempting proposition, but look more closely, and the Lofotens do seem to offer a little corner of heaven on earth.
Connect with the true forces of nature kiteboarding in the Lofoten Islands with Reno Romeu, Hannah Whiteley and photographer Toby Bromwich in this new kite movie by Noe Font.
We told you it would be tough picking a winner – this one is pretty insane! Vote here if you think this is the best movie you’ve seen this year.
To vote for this video, share this page! The video with the most views wins. * (Closes 4th Feb 2023)
To view all nominations, please click here: Best Kitesurfing Video of 2022 Nominations
* Views are counted from this page not the video platform. View counts are updated every 4hrs
Video by Noe Font.
Still photography Toby Bromwich.
Riders Hannah Whiteley and Reno Romeu
Mon 19th Dec, 2022 @ 10:12 am
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