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Living On A Prayer: Stunning Drone Footage Of 1300ft Meteora In Greece3m01s

Living On A Prayer: Stunning Drone Footage Of 1300ft Meteora In Greece

Check out more of Piotr's videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/piotrdudkie ... Incredible drone footage has captured the dizzying setting of Meteora - a rock formation in Greece upon which sit a number of monasteries seemingly impossible to reach. Meteora, which means ‘suspended in the air’ in Greek, houses a complex of Eastern Orthodox monasteries on rock pinnacles which rise over 1300ft above the Peneas Valley, near Kalambaka. Now a Unesco World Heritage Site, the rocks formed around 60 million years ago, eroded by water and wind, and were home to cavemen before the monasteries were built in the 14th century. Monks living in the area sought shelter from Turkish attacks on the Greek and used removable ladders and ropes to reach the summit. But fortunately for modern-day travelers, who are often left gaping in awe at the astonishing sight, stairs were cut into the rocks in the 1920s. At their peak in the 16th century there were 24 monasteries. Today there are six still functioning, while the remainder are largely in ruin. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Zoo Offers Snake Massages3m11s

Zoo Offers Snake Massages

A massage after a day of sightseeing might sound like a great deal - but what if it was delivered by a 60kg Python? That’s the incredible experience on offer at a Philippine zoo, who are giving away the slithery ‘relaxation’ sessions to tourists brave enough to try one. The main masseuse is an albino Burmese Python. Slowly slithering over the body, the cold blooded snakes make for a cool, refreshing massage due to their hefty weight and low body temperature. But it isn’t for the feint hearted. VideoID: TT-4132 Rights Cleared & Verified: 07/07/2018 ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

La Batalla Del Vino Wine Throwing Festival In Spain3m37s

La Batalla Del Vino Wine Throwing Festival In Spain

Awesome video has captured people having a SPLASHING time at La Batalla Del Vino - a unique Spanish tradition where people throw red wine over each other. Each year on June 29, the national holiday of La Fiesta de San Pedro, locals and tourists gather at the Haro Wine Festival in La Rioja, Spain, to splash wine on each other until everybody is soaked purple. They use their own shoes, buckets, pots and water pistols loaded with wine for the exuberant party. Maximo Ugalde Alegría, 55, from Haro, has taken part in the festival since he was a child, watching it grow into an internationally renowned event drawing people from all over the world. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Millions Of Bats Burst From Cave In Mass Exodus To Hunt58s

Millions Of Bats Burst From Cave In Mass Exodus To Hunt

Millions of bats burst from a network of caves in unison to go hunting for the night - painting a dramatic sight across the sky as the sun sinks into the horizon. The spectacular scene, at The Battambang Bat Caves in Cambodia, lasts around 30 minutes as the massive colony spill out the rocky landscape in a mass exodus. Although the hordes of flying mammals can be seen from afar, it’s possible to get to the mouth of the cave to witness them streaking out into the night sky much closer up. Keen adventurers Rebecca and Mario Walsh, from Feilding, New Zealand, captured the awesome act after being taken there by Tuk-tuk. The pair, who share their adventures and travel tips in a member’s area on their website awalshlife.com, were at the caves on August 12 2017. On their blog, the Walshes write an in-depth post about their trip and the experience there and we have to say, just wow! “This massive colony of bats head out towards the darkness to go hunting for the night. They’ll return in the early hours of the morning just before the sun rises. It’s quite a spectacular show and definitely worth seeing if you’re in Northern Cambodia ,” is written on the blog. Watching this spectacular, albeit a bit creepy, sight is actually free of charge! You can get yourself a drink of choice, alcoholic or otherwise, sit back in a comfy chair and watch the cloud of bats take off into the night. You will have to pay for your drink though, those are not complementary. If you think that a summer vacation goes well hand-in-hand with a pleiad of bats, then this is the site for you! Here’s how the Welshes explained the directions: “If you can find your way to Street 700 from where you are in Battambang then getting to the Bat Caves is super easy. Just keep heading West until you get to Highway 57 then head Southwest along the highway. It’s about 16km along these two roads. You’ll soon see a mountain with a temple at the top, follow the signs left and you should see the cave up towards your right.” Locals always know the best location where you can watch the bats, so be sure to grab a Tuk-tuk, which is like a motorized rickshaw, for just $5 per person or even less. That way you can relax and take some time out on the shade, see the sites, while the driver takes you to your destination. Plus, they will be able to provide you with the best tips and great places along the way. The bat exodus is quite the spectacle sitting at the foot of Battambang’s Phnom Sampeou mountain. It means 'Ship mountain', because it does somewhat remind of a ship. As the sun sinks behind the horizon, a stream comprised of millions of bats starts to pour from the caves and into the ducky sky somewhere around 5:30 in the afternoon. As the crowds gather to watch, street vendors offer drinks from their coolers, while the smell of freshly barbecued chicken fills the air. It is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

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Published: June 28, 201883 plays$0.11 earned
Dizzying GoPro Footage Captures Angels Landing Hike in Zion National Park4m15s

Dizzying GoPro Footage Captures Angels Landing Hike in Zion National Park

Dizzying GoPro footage has captured the heart-racing route to the peak of one of America’s most notorious hikes - Angels Landing in Zion National Park. Captured by intrepid explorer Bianca Alberti, the amazing headcam footage gives an awe-inspiring view of the unique journey to the peak. Fraught with jagged terrain and narrow passes, the rocky route includes chains for adventures to use as an aid when clambering to the spectacular summit. Bianca and her friend Jason Sordo, who are travelling the U.S. in a self-built conversion van, tackled the climb on June 4 2018 recording their trek on YouTube channel DreamStateLiving. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

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Published: June 19, 2018332 plays$0.33 earned
Cappadocia Timelapse Captures Hundreds Of Hot Air Balloons Taking Off At Sunrise41s

Cappadocia Timelapse Captures Hundreds Of Hot Air Balloons Taking Off At Sunrise

Stunning timelapse video has captured hundreds of hot air balloons taking off at dawn above one of the world’s most spectacular landscapes. Turkey’s Cappadocia region, best known for its otherworldly 'fairy chimney' rock formations, is one of the most popular spots on Earth for hot air ballooning. Its rocky wonderland was shaped millions of years ago by volcanic eruptions blanketing the area with thick ash and solidified into a soft rock. But erosion left only the harder elements behind to form the fairy tale landscape seen today, packed with cones and pillars stretching as far as 130ft into the sky. This timelapse was filmed in Göreme, Cappadocia, a World Heritage Site at 5am on May 1 2018 by Michal Vrabec from a small hill above the launch site. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Real-Life Cinderella Castle1m17s

Real-Life Cinderella Castle

This Czech castle has been dubbed the real-life Cinderella's Castle thanks to its fairytale appearance.The spectacular Bojnice Castle in Slovakia dates back to 1113 and has featured as the backdrop of many movies over the years. But now it is more commonly referred to as the real-life Cinderella's Castle by tourists thanks to its wispy fairytale looks. Thousands flock every year to visit the Instagram-worthy backdrop - which is now available to hire for weddings.

Experience The World's Biggest Water Fight In Thailand Attended By Millions52s

Experience The World's Biggest Water Fight In Thailand Attended By Millions

When we were young, we all loved water fights on hot summer days, and even now, as adults, these competitions have retained their charm. We all remember the time when we bought water pistols or even invented something of our own, for example, water balls, etc., which gave us superiority in the aquatic struggle on land, as well as diversity. Now imagine Thailand, where the biggest water fight in the world is taking place! This event takes place from three to seven days, every year. It begins on April 13 and is extremely important Thai holiday. Also, it is useful for tourists to know that you should not wear your favorite clothes before going out for a walk because there is always a risk of getting wet through and through! This, in fact, is the Thai traditional New Year. But having adapted their time counting with the rest of the world, the Thai changed the date of their new year on the first of January. The transition towards the new calendar was made in 1888, but then they took first of April as the first day of the year, and then in 1940, they pushed even earlier, to the first of January. However, April 13 is still a kind of "National New Year " and therefore this holiday is of great importance in Thailand. Everybody takes part in the celebration of this holiday. You can even see members of the police, military and political figures playing with water. This process symbolizes the purification of the soul and attracts good luck. A GoPro mounted on a water pistol has captured the vibrant celebrations inside the world’s biggest water fight. Every year across Thailand, to celebrate Songkran - the Thai New Year's national holiday - tourists and locals pour onto the streets and soak each other with water. Armed with brightly-colored water pistols, hoses, and buckets, thousands of revelers descend outdoors to battle each other and drench passers-by. The holiday, which begins April 13 and lasts around a week, is primarily about new beginnings and washing away bad luck and sins from the previous year. Mitch Gilmore, from Sydney, Australia, who runs Revolution Music Film & Photography, traveled to Patong in Phuket to experience it first hand and attached his GoPro to a water pistol for a unique view of the festivities. The fun film perfectly captures the infectious joy exhibited by everyone involved as they come together for a good soaking. View more from Mitch: www.youtube.com/user/DJRevomusic ---- T& T Creative Media is a user-generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

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Published: May 31, 20183 plays$0.01 earned
Tourist Wants To Take A Closer Look At Plane Taking Off, Forgets About The Jet Blast2m51s

Tourist Wants To Take A Closer Look At Plane Taking Off, Forgets About The Jet Blast

Tourists gathering at this runway can experience a different kind of takeoff as it’s so close to a beach the force from the airplane engines can blow them over. This jaw-dropping footage, captured at Skiathos Airport on the Greek island Skiathos, begins with a passenger plane Airbus A321-231 taxiing towards the runway for takeoff. As it turns and sets on the runway, which is bookended by the Aegean Sea, the engines rev up sending an initial blast of air towards beachgoers gathered around only 30ft from the runway. The huge gusts build as the engines begin to thrust, making the vegetation wave wildly, with the raw power making it difficult for onlookers to stand still without holding onto the fence. And as the plane speeds along the runway for takeoff, it sends people flying backwards if they aren’t holding onto the fence. As a large plane was taking off, the man filming this video was blown away by the jet blast and fell to the ground. The incredible video was captured by tourist Paul Turner, from Cheshire, UK, who runs camera stabilizer company Smoothshot. He also filmed planes flying just feet overhead when landing on the same runway, on May 11 2018. This is some serious matter since there are cases of people who have accidentally been killed by jet-engine blasts for being too curious. Several footages shot nearby a tourist attraction in Skiathos, feature a jet blast at the beach sweeping into onlookers near the Skiathos Airport. A tourist though that it would be fun to try and confront the powerful jet blast , and film his close encounter on camera. However, numerous onlookers have reportedly been killed by a jet blast after a plane was taking off nearby, accidentally knocking them down, inflicting them with severe injuries. Footage shows two tourists standing at a fence that separates the beach from the runway at Skiathos Airport, filming the powerful jet blast from a close distance. We can feel the strong jet blast only by watching this video, we can only imagine what the real feel is, judging by the fact that the man got blown over by the blast. In the next footage we can see a plane approaching the runway from the skies, landing low above tourists’ heads who are gathered around the fence, waiting to get their adrenaline rush. The area has become a popular, albeit dangerous, tourist attraction for those seeking to feel the powerful winds of an aircraft's jet-engine revving for takeoff just yards away. There have been minor injuries in the past as a result of people trying to stand in the jet blast while clinging to the fence. Police do not have an official number of how many injuries have occurred at Skiathos Airport. It is amazing how there are numerous tourists standing at the fence that separate the beach and runway and are often blown away by departing and incoming planes. The Skiathos Airport is a popular attraction for airplane enthusiasts due to its location. Landing planes pass close over the heads of beachgoers, almost close enough to touch. Departing planes are also an attraction. Due to the short runway, large airplanes have to give their jet engines full gas in order to get off the ground. These jet blasts are strong enough to blow beach visitors over. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

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Published: May 30, 2018122,767 plays$236.04 earned
Daring Selfie In Front Of Raging Dry Season Waterfalls and River Flow4m29s

Daring Selfie In Front Of Raging Dry Season Waterfalls and River Flow

Ecstatic villagers celebrate as a rare burst of dry season rain causes natural waterfalls and rivers to flow through their village - even taking risky selfies in front of the raging water. During what is usually an extreme dry season, a spell of heavy rain hit Wadi Rum, a desert valley village in the south of Jordan on May 8 2018. As the rain subsided, water began to pour down the stunning rock formations, while a happy brave local chose to take a dangerous selfie in front of the flow - demonstrating its sheer scale. Staff from the Wadi Rum Gate camp, a spot for tourists to the region, rushed outside to record the beautiful moment in the desert. And they weren’t alone, as many of the nearby villagers - both young and old - had rushed out of their homes to share the awesome experience with each other. The heavy pour even appeared to take some locals by surprise, with one driver getting his truck caught in the water, much to the amusement of the village children. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

London's Hidden Neon Oasis1m15s

London's Hidden Neon Oasis

It is one of London’s best kept secrets - a neon paradise nestled in an industrial estate. But inside the nondescript building is a glowing neon paradise containing some famous signage spanning decades. The collection - housed in a warehouse in Walthamstow - is the personal collection of former neon artist Chris Bracey. It contains everything from signage for Soho sec clubs in the ‘60s to his work for the movie industry, including pieces that were used in ‘Captain America’, ‘Eyes Wide Shut’, ‘Byzantium’ and more. VideoID: TT-4081 Rights Cleared & Verified: 03/07/2018 ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Check Out This Amazing 675 Meter Waterline Crossing Wanfo Lake In China1m55s

Check Out This Amazing 675 Meter Waterline Crossing Wanfo Lake In China

A daredevil scales a 675m rope to set a new waterline world record in recently released footage of the stunning achievement. Adventurers Lucas Milliard, Anthony Newton, and Pablo Signoret were part of a group including Vinicius Cauhy Rodrigues, Julian Mittermaier, Mia Noblet and Nathan Paulin which snagged the record on a wire above Wanfo Lake in Anhui province, China. The record attempt was created by SDD Slackline, Slackline China and Huway Outdoor MATE for the International China Water Slackline Masters. The awesome attempt, filmed by Quentin Sixdeniers on a drone, took place in 2017 but Quentin only recently released the video of the event. Quentin, who shares his video online through lessixpatates, said: “I was sitting on the roof of the temple that can be seen in the video. “It was very stunning to be on this place filming some of the best slackliners of the world with so many nationalities.” SDD Slackline is a slackline team based in France since 2013. In a very short period of time SDD athletes have risen up their game to become some of the best slackliners in the world. The waterline relay race is where 4 teams from around the world challenged each other and SDD Slackline won the first place ! Members of SDD also took advantage of the event to break the waterline world record with a 675m long waterline. What do you think about this incredible sport? ---- T&T Creative Media is a user-generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

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Published: May 16, 201819 plays$0.04 earned
The Hidden Grand Canyon of India - Gandikota3m41s

The Hidden Grand Canyon of India - Gandikota

Stunning drone footage has captured a secret wonder called Gandikota - nicknamed the Hidden Grand Canyon of India. With its rocky landscape the spellbinding natural wonder is a miniature look-alike of the famous Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA. The almost forgotten gorge of Gandikota is situated in Andhra Pradesh, with its mesmerizing beauty carved by the Pennar River which flows at its foot. Formed between the Erramala range of hills, the massive canyon is a spectacular group of red granite rocks, cut and layered similar to the American landmark. The medieval fort of Gantikota is also found at the sight, once famous for being one of the most impenetrable strongholds of its time. Keen explorer Sujit Mallick, who shares his travels on his Instagram page @ontrailsujit, captured the awe-inspiring scene while on a trip to check out the spot after reading about it online. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

This Is One Way To Get Closer To God - A Church On Top Of 40m Rock Column1m09s

This Is One Way To Get Closer To God - A Church On Top Of 40m Rock Column

This is one way to take your devotion to God to new heights - by worshipping in a church perched on top of a rock pillar. The remote Georgian Monastry can only be accessed via a rickety and rusting metal ladder that rises up the side of the 40 meter rock, called the Katskhi Pillar. On top, monk Maxime Qavtaradze, has lived a life of solitude for more than 20 years. Having worked as a crane operator before becoming ordained in 1993, Maxime has always had a huge head for heights. Perched onto of the rocky column, Maxime has a small cottage where he resides, as well as a church. VideoID: TT-4066 Rights Cleared & Verified: 04/26/2018 ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Getting Closer To God! Church Perched On Top Of Rock Pillar1m39s

Getting Closer To God! Church Perched On Top Of Rock Pillar

This is one way to take your devotion to God to new heights - by worshipping in a church perched on top of a rock pillar. The remote Georgian Monastry can only be accessed via a rickety and rusting metal ladder that rises up the side of the 40 meter rock, called the Katskhi Pillar. On top, monk Maxime Qavtaradze, has lived a life of solitude for more than 20 years. Having worked as a crane operator before becoming ordained in 1993, Maxime has always had a huge head for heights. Perched onto of the rocky column, Maxime has a small cottage where he resides, as well as a church. VideoID: TT-4065 Rights Cleared & Verified: 04/26/2018 ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Drone Footage Scaling The Godrock In Iceland53s

Drone Footage Scaling The Godrock In Iceland

Breathtaking video has captured an adventurer scaling the highest peak of a glacier volcano known as the ‘Godrock’. The stunning Goðasteinn is the highest point of the 5,417ft Eyjafjallajökull glacier in Iceland, an active volcano that erupted as recently as 2010. Intrepid Olafur M Björnsson journeyed to the glacier with his son, Tomas Andri, 14, on March 11 to capture this sublime aerial footage. Olafur, an Icelandic ophthalmologist, filmed the spectacular shots as Tomas scaled the volcano, completely covered by the ice cap which extends across an area of about 100 sq kilometres. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Flying A Drone Into An Active Volcano2m19s

Flying A Drone Into An Active Volcano

A man flew his drone into an active volcano capturing the raw yet mesmerizing power of the peak in incredible video usually reserved only for scientists. David Clancy, who grew up in Washington, D.C., but now lives in Cape Town, South Africa, flew his drone into the 2km-wide crater of Mount Nyiragongo in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Nyiragongo, which has an elevation of 11,380ft, contains the largest lava lake in the world and difficult conditions meant David needed to push the limits of what his drone was capable of. Flying into toxic air and extreme temperatures of more than 60C just 300 metres from the lava, the only way David could observe the condition of the drone was by the temperature of the batteries. After five-hours climbing the volcano with rangers from Virunga National Park, David arrived at 4pm and spent the night on top of the crater in little chalets before leaving the next day at 6am. With winds gusting up to 50kmh and the crater often covered in clouds, it wasn’t until the night the sky cleared and David was able to get the stunning shots he had only dreamed about. David, born in Limoges, France, said: “I knew if the weather cooperated, I would be in luck, and during the night, visibility improved drastically and I was able to fly deep into the crater. “I wanted to capture something unique, that very few people have ever seen before. I could feel the heat from the ridge and smell the sulfur in the air. “For me, the DRC is one of the most exotic countries in the world. I was willing to take the risk of flying the drone because I knew the footage would be priceless. “It’s something very few people have ever done before except for scientists - I’m extremely proud of the content I was able to capture.” Check out more of filmmaker David's adventures here: https://www.youtube.com/user/dclancy94gmail ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Meteor Explodes Upon Entering Earth's Atmosphere Like A Beautiful Firework47s

Meteor Explodes Upon Entering Earth's Atmosphere Like A Beautiful Firework

A photographer has captured the incredible moment a meteor explodes in the atmosphere above Europe. The stunning timelapse video, taken by Arvids Baranovs, shows the meteor streaking across the sky before exploding as it enters Earth’s atmosphere over Latvia. Arvids filmed the stunning sight with a 30-minute timelapse, with 26” intervals, at midnight between September 25 and 26, 2017. He was set up in Kemeri National Park and had no idea he was about to capture such a fascinating sight. Footage shows a meteor shooting across the night skies before exploding into pieces. This stunning timelapse video captures the incredible moment when a meteor is scattered into pieces, making for this majestic video! Watch the amazing moment when a ball of flame streaks across the night skies over Latvia, causing a bright flash and a loud boom as a meteor blazes through Earth’s atmosphere. Timelapse footage shows incredible sighting as the meteor appears as a green-colored streak splitting into pieces, spreading numerous tiny scatters across the sky before completely disappearing into thin air. A meteor flared over the skies before exploding in the atmosphere . When we see a fireball that has a bright flash we actually witness a meteor hitting the atmosphere causing the air to ionize and turn into plasma reflecting into bright lights. If the meteor piece is large enough it can get deeper into the atmosphere and explode like in this video here. Have you ever seen a meteor streaking through the skies and exploding like fireworks? ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

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Published: April 9, 2018206 plays$0.52 earned
Journey To Reach Highest Volcano In North America3m22s

Journey To Reach Highest Volcano In North America

An adventurer has captured the grueling journey and epic payoff to climb the highest volcano in North America - Pico De Orizaba. Jeven Dovey and friends Carlos Bonilla and Seth Redden, summited the 18,491ft volcano - the highest volcano and third highest peak in North America - on March 10 with tour guide Mike King from RMI Expeditions. After a 12-mile jeep ride from the valley floor to camp at the Piedra Grande Hut, perched above 14,000ft, the incredible 11-hour journey begins. The group make their way through the mountain’s rocky terrain to the toe of the Jamapa Glacier, climbing the glacier’s ice and snow slopes to Orizaba’s summit. Without the snow which settled overnight, the group would likely have had no choice but to turn back, as the blue ice below would be too treacherous to risk their lives. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Band Plays Titanic Song, Then The Lights Go Out34s

Band Plays Titanic Song, Then The Lights Go Out

You might reasonably have supposed that the last thing anyone would want to hear about while on a cruise would be the sinking of the Titanic. You might also have thought that the last gig anyone would want to watch being performed live is the one playing the Titanic theme song. Wouldn’t it be spooky and ominous? But if you did, you would be wrong on both counts. Why? Because the Titanic theme song is hugely popular with passengers who are cruising. No matter how scary it sounds, the fact that there are enough lifeboats for everyone on board and that there are no icebergs in sight is somehow comforting. While the cruise ship is taking its course across the ocean, a band is playing the song of Titanic - the most epic romance-disaster film of all the times. We believe that there is no person alive that hasn’t watched this movie or is at least familiar with the history behind it. A vacationer in this video has captured the hilarious moment a band is cut short while playing the Titanic theme song - right as the ship was plunged into darkness by a power cut mid performance. Heidi White, who was celebrating her fifth wedding anniversary on board the Carnival Liberty, had begun filming as the band played the romantic love song. But just a few seconds into the hit number, the lights suddenly go out - leaving the guests nervously laughing at the comical timing. Not everybody is afraid though, while some of the guests shout terribly ‘Oh my God’, others find this whole thing irresistibly comical. There is a loud laughter and ovations from the passengers who want to express great enjoyment in being present at this moment. It is an experience that everybody will remember and retell repeatedly.

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Published: March 29, 2018106 plays$0.22 earned
Spectacular Footage Of The Horizontal Waterfalls In Australia1m06s

Spectacular Footage Of The Horizontal Waterfalls In Australia

Footage shows the amazing Australian nature from the mountains, the sea, the black sands, the waterfalls and the wide fields that can easily take you to wonderland. This video is proof that Australia looks great from the ground but even better from the air. This drone footage created a truly striking montage of Australian nature which demonstrates that while Australia looks beautiful from the ground its true majesty is revealed when we see it in context. While there is simply too much to see in the video, most locations seem to be shot in Australia, and what they call the horizontal waterfalls. Stunning drone footage has captured a hidden Australian wonder known as the HORIZONTAL waterfalls. Located on the coast of the Kimberly region in Western Australia, the massive area – which encompasses 50 square kilometers and over 800 Islands – is named Buccaneer Archipelago. They are formed from a break in-between the McLarty Ranges reaching up to 25m in width, as seawater successively builds up faster on one side and is forced through the chasms in the red rock. But that isn’t the only amazing sight at the parallel ranges - as with each change of the tide, the direction of the natural phenomenon reverses. Tybias Smith, 26, from Mildura in Victoria, Australia, captured the stunning footage of the turquoise waters in September 2017. ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

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Published: March 28, 2018172 plays$0.43 earned
The Rainbow Village Of Taiwan1m38s

The Rainbow Village Of Taiwan

An ex-soldier has successfully saved his village from demolition after painting it from top to bottom with colourful artwork. Huang Yung-Fu, who fought for the Kuomintang Army against communist troops in China’s civil war, has covered his settlement with drawings of animals, people and other quirky manga characters. The dwelling, located in the Taichung area of Western Taiwan, is now dubbed the ‘Rainbow Village’, with Huang himself commonly referred to as RainbowGrandpa. It all began In 1949, when Kuomintang soldiers began to flee mainland China and were given temporary housing in several ‘veterans villages’ across Taiwan. Huang’s settlement became permanent and increasingly run down over time, attracting the attention of housing developers who wanted to buy the land to redevelop it. Despite being offered new accommodation, Huang stayed put until he was the only person left in his village. His boredom led him to paint a bird inside his home, with the artwork eventually spreading to the walls, floors and alleys of the entire village. The colourful creations were then noticed by students at the nearby Ling Tung University, who subsequently campaigned for the village to be preserved and labelled a cultural landmark. Authorities agreed to suspend the demolition and Rainbow Village now stands as one of the most unique tourist attractions across Asia. Jade Toft, who recently visited the Rainbow Village on her travels, said: “Entering the village was like entering a whole new world because it was exploding with colour in every direction. “The atmosphere was very relaxing and happy, and it’s hard to feel sad when you’re surrounded by colour and happy drawings wherever you look. “It’s a quaint, tiny village that you wouldn’t expect to find in the bustling city of Taichung and it was a bit surreal to stumble upon it. “I have never seen anything quite like it.” ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Viewing The Northern Lights From A Convertible1m45s

Viewing The Northern Lights From A Convertible

An innovative aurora chaser spots the spectacular Northern Lights from the comfort of his luxury convertible. Tony Bateman, originally from Runcorn, Cheshire, but now living in Finland, cruises around the Artic circle in search of the light show. He ditched his regular motor after becoming tired of parking up and getting out to look up and see the strength of the aurora. Instead, he got his hands on an Audi convertible - allowing him to chase the lights more effectively. Tony, who runs Aurora Services Tours in Finland, said: “I had been using a normal car for some time, and it was getting on my nerves having to stop, get our, put my coat on and look at the sky for five minutes before reporting back to the tour buses. “So I thought, there musty be a more efficient approach. “Now I can drive round and report back on the sky without even leaving the car!” Incredibly, despite temperatures in the far north of Finland’s Lapland sometimes dipping as low as -30C, Tony is unfazed by his soft-tops chilly side effects. He added: “It’s well worth getting frost in my beard driving around in such extreme temperatures. “We’ve been voted the number one aurora tour in Lapland out of over 125 companies. We are genuinely aurora mad and care only about sharing the spectacle that is the northern lights with people.” ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Amazing Restaurant Built Inside Abandoned Aeroplane1m39s

Amazing Restaurant Built Inside Abandoned Aeroplane

Customers at this quirky restaurant could be forgiven for hoping the prices weren’t sky-high - as it is set in an abandoned aeroplane. Kermas Aero Park, in Gianyar, Bali, was meticulously restored by its owners and refashioned into a swanky dining experience. The 1985-built Boeing 737-400 series was transported to the plot set among beautiful rice fields and with views over the sea to the distance. It has since become a huge hit with locals and tourists alike, serving up dishes of both local Balinese cuisine and western favourites, including steak. And Diners can catch the spectacular views out of the cabin windows, as well as take a seat in the original cockpit seats to pose for photos. ---- T&T Creative is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com

This Hotel In Hong Kong Probably Has Incredibly Tiny Rooms5m43s

This Hotel In Hong Kong Probably Has Incredibly Tiny Rooms

Nothing matches the saying “you get what you pay for” more than the hospitality industry. Depending on how much you are willing to dent your wallet, you can have a minuscule room with barely any space to move, or you can have a suite with windows from floor to ceiling, overlooking the entire city. After all, it is your money. But have you ever wondered how tiny can a hotel room get? Check this clip out. This miniscule hotel room may be the smallest in the world - and it certainly isn’t for the claustrophobic traveler. Chungking Mansions is located in one of the busiest districts of Hong Kong , and has become famous among backpackers and budget travelers for its cheap rates and central location. It contains the largest number of guest houses - 1,980 - in Hong Kong inside one building, with different rooms or floors individually owned and managed. Originally, the hotel was built as a residential building in the 1960s, but now the floors are filled with budget-friendly hotels, shops and restaurants. It is estimated that more than 10,000 people enter or exit the building every day with elevators so busy you'd almost be quicker taking the stairs. YouTuber GLOBIK, from Montreal, Canada, paid $30 to stay one night in November 2017 and captured this comical footage of his time there with his phone. The room features a wall-wall bed which isn’t long enough for him to stretch out on, an “all-in-one toilet/shower”, but boasts a spectacular view - of yourself in the overhead mirror! What it does offer is what can only be described as a unique experience. Check out GLOBIK for more: http://bit.ly/2Fz8vf0 ---- T&T Creative is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license content email: licensing@tt-creative.com

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