London Covent Garden Christmas Lights 2020. This video features the Covent Garden’s 60ft Christmas tree, which has a colossal 30,000 lights. I was also lucky enough to be there when they released the artificial snow for few minutes.
Filming Britain’s oldest recorded town on our brand new camera – the DJI Pocket 2. We’ll see the Colchester Xmas lights, and experience Christmas shopping in Colchester for ourselves. Colchester was the first Roman founded outpost in Britain, and for a time was the capital of Roman Britain. It is still home to the famous Colchester Castle, which is believed to be haunted, and the popular Colchester Zoo. In this evening virtual walking tour, we’ll navigate the centre of the oldest town in England at dusk and enjoy the Colchester Christmas Lights 2020.
Join us in this winter walking tour through the Acropolis in Athens Greece We start our slow tv 4K adventure with a spectacular view over the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, with the city of Athens spread out behind. A stepped path takes up to the Acropolis itself, where we are met with the Temple of Athena Nike on our right, the Pinakotheke on our left and the ancient entrance to the Acropolis, the Propylaea, ahead of us. And following through here, we find the great Parthenon itself, as well as the Hekatompedon Temple, The Porch of the Caryatids, the Erechtheion, the Temple Of Rome And Augustus as well as the Old Acropolis Museum.
Experience London City ambience before and during lockdown (with more lockdown footage at the end). We start with a walk around Covent Garden, London in the rain. Soak up the city ambience and warm lights as we walk famous Covent Garden on a rainy evening. We finish with London’s silent streets during the corona virus lockdown. Our virtual walking video of Covent Garden begins in the heart of the Piazza. As both evening and rain begin to descend, we explore both North and South Halls and the bustling lower level. Exiting Covent Garden we head towards the Covent Garden Tube Station before turning down Floral Street. We cut through Floral Court to end up on King Street. Main footage was filmed in January 2020, with lockdown footage filmed in May 2020.