One of the upsides of this pandemic is that I got to explore and shoot some great places in Germany. I was invited to film an episode of the amazing Ore Mountains by the tourism board Erzgebirge. The area recently became a UNESCO World Heritage site among other things due to its rich cultual heritage in mining which dates back 700 years. The Ore Mountians are located in a so called Mittelgebirge, which is a relatively low mountain range or highland area, a typical geographical feature of central Europe. Enjoy this trip with steam trains passing through fairy tale landscapes, medival castles, mining villages, underground mines and much more. Thanks to Daniela Mynett and Alexander Ohly for making this episode happen. Gear list: Lumix S1H​ Lumis S 24-105 mm lens_​ Lumix GH5​ Lumix 7-14 mm​ Lumix 14-140mm​ Gimbal Weebill S​ 360° Camera​ Actioncam:​ Mavic Pro 2​ DJI Mini 2 (Great with new EU regulation)​ SSD​ &​ SD Cards:​ Boom Pole for Gimbal​ Gorillpod:​ Tripod:​ Tall Tripod for „No drone zones“:​ Backpack:​ Macbook Pro:​ iMac:​ iPhone SE as screen for drone and Gimbal:​ Phone wristholder for „gimbal on pole shots“:​ Post Production:​ As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small fee from qualifying purchases. Social Media Facebook:​ Twitter:​ YouTube:​ Web:​ A time lapse & tilt shift & aerial travel video by Joerg Daiber You can license raw footage clips from the Little Big World series here: Music: Vivaldi 4 Seasons Winter and Summer by Vivaldi perfomed by The Modena Chamber Orchestra. Shot with Lumix GH4 and GH5, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Postproduction with DaVinci Resolve Studio. This video is subject to copyright owned by spoonfilm gmbh. Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this video is expressly prohibited, unless spoonfilm has explicitly granted its prior written consent. All other rights reserved. Copyright © 2021 spoonfilm. All Rights Reserved.