Passadiços do Rio Paiva | River Paiva Walkways

Paiva Walkways are located on the left bank of the Paiva River, in Arouca municipality, Aveiro, Portugal. They are 8 km that provide a walk “untouched”, surrounded by unique beauty of landscapes, in an authentic natural sanctuary along the brave waters downhills, quartz crystals and endangered species in Europe. The route extends from the river beaches of Areinho and Espiunca, lying between them, the Vau beach. A journey through biology, geology and archeology that will remain, of course, in heart, soul and in mind of any nature lover. This area is labeled as Geopark, recognised by UNESCO as a Geological Heritage of Humanity.

Video footage © Joel Santos – www.joelsantos.net
Licensing (Editorial or Comercial) at http://joelsantos.net/about-me/contacts/

Music: Running in The Dark, by Swan Productions (licensed)

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Os Passadicos do Paiva localizam-se na margem esquerda do Rio Paiva, no concelho de Arouca, distrito de Aveiro. São 8 km que proporcionam um passeio “intocado”, rodeado de paisagens de beleza impar, num autentico santuario natural, junto a descidas de aguas bravas, cristais de quartzo e especies em extincão na Europa. O percurso estende-se entre as praias fluviais do Areinho e de Espiunca, encontrando-se, entre as duas, a praia do Vau. Uma viagem pela biologia, geologia e arqueologia que ficara, com certeza, no coracão, na alma e na mente de qualquer apaixonado pela natureza. Esta area esta classificada como Geopark, reconhecido pela UNESCO como Patrimonio Geologico da Humanidade.

© Joel Santos – www.joelsantos.net
Licenciamento (Editorial or Comercial) em http://joelsantos.net/about-me/contacts/

Video footage © Joel Santos – www.joelsantos.net
Licensing (Editorial or Comercial) at http://joelsantos.net/about-me/contacts/

Musica: Running in The Dark, by Swan Productions (licenciada)

Alerta Laranja, Mau Tempo em Portugal. Cabo Raso 02-02-17

Alerta Laranja, Mau Tempo em Portugal. Cabo Raso 02-02-17
Video iPhone, em 4K.
@ Joel Santos – www.joelsantos.net
Channel: Joel Santos
Published: 2017-02-02 23:24:39
Duration: 30S
Views: 455
Likes: 4
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Reindeer Herding In Snowy Mongolia – The Tsaatan Nomadic People

Navigate the snowy wilds of Mongolia with this nomadic reindeer herding family. Photographer Joel Santos dived 1000 km into the depths of Northern Mongolia to visit the Ganbaa family near Khovsgol Lake. Despite only being able to spend three days in the Tsaatan family’s camp, Santos travelled for four days to reach them – three driving and one on horseback – before repeating the epic journey to return home. Travelling with an interpreter and a fellow photographer from Moron, Mongolia, the photographer met the Ganbaa family, led by matriarch Purev who lives with Buyantogtokh, a widowed reindeer herder.

JOIN the Mongolia Photo Tour in June 2017 with Joel Santos and Magali Tarouca: http://bit.ly/PhotoMongolia

Videographer / director: Joel Santos http://www.joelsantos.net
Producer: Hannah Stevens, Nick Johnson
Editor: Joshua Douglas

For the full story and Licensing visit BARCROFT.TV: http://bit.ly/BarcroftTsaatan

Channel: Joel Santos
Published: 2017-01-24 17:12:52
Duration: 2M35S
Views: 315
Likes: 25
Favorites: 0

Travel Photographer Of The Year 2016 – Joel Santos – Interview RTP Africa

Interview with Joel Santos about the Travel Photographer of the Year Award (2016), including images and video footage from the two winning portfolios — (1) Danakil Depression / Salta Desert and Erta Ale in Ethiopia, (2) Bosumtwi’s Sacred Lake Fishermen. Aired on RTP Africa TV channel. Interview by Isabel Rosa (01/2017). Subtitles by Carolina Melo.

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Entrevista com Joel Santos a RTP Africa sobre o premio de Travel Photographer of the Year, com mais imagens, historias e testemunhos acerca dos trabalhos realizados na Etiopia e no Gana.
Peca por Isabel Rosa, 01/2017. Legendas em ingles: Carolina Melo

Channel: Joel Santos
Published: 2017-01-10 14:03:10
Duration: 5M23S
Views: 585
Likes: 25
Favorites: 0

Rare Look Into Kazakh Nomads’ Epic Migration

FOLLOW these nomadic families across the brutal landscape of Mongolia as they move their entire lives 150km through the mountains.

JOIN the Mongolia Photo Tour in June 2017 with Joel Santos and Magali Tarouca: http://bit.ly/PhotoMongolia

Videographer / Director: Joel Santos
Producer: Hannah Stevens, Nick Johnson
Editor: Joshua Douglas, Marcus Cooper

Full story and Licensing at Barcroft TV: http://bit.ly/EpicMigration

Channel: Joel Santos
Published: 2016-12-14 12:20:21
Duration: 4M4S
Views: 421
Likes: 18
Favorites: 0

Working In 140°F Heat – Salt Desert, Ethiopia

Unforgiving temperatures of up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit beat down on these hardworking salt miners every single day. The salt mines, situated in the Afar triangle, stretch across 100,000 square kilometres and at their lowest point are more than 300 feet below sea level. Professional travel photographer and videographer Joel Santos travelled to the area to capture the dry beauty of this brutal expanse of land.

Videographer / director: Joel Santos
Producer: Hannah Stevens, Ellie Winstanley
Editor: Marcus Cooper

Full story at: http://www.barcroft.tv/danakil-depression-salt-desert-ethiopia-joel-santos-drone-footage

Channel: Joel Santos
Published: 2016-12-14 12:01:48
Duration: 2M
Views: 1088
Likes: 16
Favorites: 0

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