Sensational Winter Views From Romanian Mountain
"I'm a nature and portrait/wedding photographer. We were on the top of the Madarasi Harghita in Transylvania."
This scene brings a new meaning to the phrase “as far as the eye can see.” This is a rare scene that most people will never have a chance to see in their lifetimes. Literally every single thing is coated with snow. This does not look like a light coating of snow, either. This snow is several feet deep. The few bushes and rock formations that exist in this landscape are almost unrecognizable under the mountains of snow.
The Transylvania region is now a part of Romania, and it is lined by the Carpathian Mountains. When snow is not covering everything like it is depicted in this video, this region is actually quite lush and beautiful. Thousands of tourists flock here every year to see the incredible views of countryside landscape. The mountains create amazing backdrops for some of the most beautiful sights in the world.
When you get to about the middle portion of the video, there is a new scene visible. Again, it is still completely covered in snow. The full sun can be seen hovering above this seemingly barren landscape, and it is hard to believe that such lush fields of intense green lie underneath all of this snow. The white covering stretches on for miles without end.
Go a little further through the video, about one minute in, and you will see a closer view of some of the majestic trees located in this region. The snow has latched onto the branches of the trees. This makes the trees almost look like something out of a Hollywood movie! This would be an awesome experience for those who like a white Christmas!
This video was posted by ViralHog, which is a channel that regularly uploads videos to Rumble.com. There is a plethora of other videos from this same channel that depict other breathtaking scenery from all around the world. One of them shows a stunning lake that is on top of an active volcano, which can be found by clicking on the following link: https://rumble.com/v70kep-stunning-lake-atop-active-volcano.html