Destination Paradise Releases Colorado 4 K Scenic Relaxation Film
June 22, 2021 at 16:27
Destination Paradise has recently released an hour-long Colorado 4K nature relaxation film taken using a drone on its YouTube channel. Colorado is a U.S. state that is located in the Mountain West subregion. It includes most of the Southern Rocky Mountains, as well as the northeastern part of the Colorado Plateau and the western edge of the Great Plains. There are various places of interest in Colorado, including the Great Sand Dunes National Park and the Rocky Mountains. The drone video offers amazing views of Colorado that are designed to make the viewer relax since the images are accompanied by relaxing ambient music.
The drone footages show various scenic spots in Colorado. For instance, there is the city of Denver as seen from above, or views over Lost Lake in Vail, Colorado in the Rocky Mountains, during the summer. The relaxing nature video with ambient music also includes views of: Native American ruins, the Rockies Stadium, the Denver skyline, the Rocky Mountains with autumn foliage, the Adobe Clay Manitou Cliffs, Telluride, Red Rocks Amphitheater, and Rocky Mountain in National Park.
Other scenes provided in the video as seen through an aerial drone include: Denver Colorado skyline and cityscape; driving into Rocky Mountain National Park; amazing aerial flight over Lost Lake in Vail Colorado in the Rocky Mountains during the fall season; a winding road through Colorado Rocky Mountains and fall foliage; Coors Field in Denver Colorado; Rockies Stadium; riding bikes along Denver; water, buildings and skyline; peaceful drone flight over a pine forest at sunset in the mountains and nature; hikers’ view of the Rocky Mountains in the snow; Telluride nestled against mountains; and a drone shot above Denver Street, Downtown.
Other stunning scenes include: flying over winter lake in the Rocky Mountains with snow; flying over dense pine trees over a forest located in the Rocky Mountains; kayaking in the Denver River at sunset as seen from a riverfront aerial drone; slider shot of the Colorado Rocky Mountains with foliage during the summer season; golden autumn Aspen trees with autumn foliage fluttering; aerial shot of Lost Lake in Vail Colorado flying backward wide; downtown Denver Colorado train tracks and skyline as seen by aerial drone; Rocky Mountains National Park winter forest scenery as seen through an aerial drone; winter forest landscape at Rocky Mountains National Park; adobe clay Manitou Cliffs and Native American ruins in Colorado; Colorado Springs Mountain time lapse; time lapse sunrise scenery over Gore Lake in the Colorado Rocky Mountains; time lapse scenery of Red Rocks Amphitheatre clouds; Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado; rolling hills in Loveland Colorado; and a panoramic view across Telluride and mountains.
The region was inhabited by Native Americans for over 13,000 years. The Lindenmeier Site found in Larimer County has various artifacts from about 11200 BC to 3000 BC. The ancient Pueblo peoples had lived in the mesas and valleys of the Colorado Plateau. And the Ute Nation had lived in the mountain valleys of the Western Rocky Mountains and the Southern Rocky Mountains. The Comanche and the Apache had occupied the Southeastern and Eastern parts of Colorado. And the Cheyenne Nation and the Arapaho Nation had moved west for better hunting across the High Plains.
Spain had claimed that Colorado was part of its New Mexico province before the US was able to acquire a territorial claim to the eastern Rocky Mountains through the Louisiana Purchase from France in 1803. The claims of the US and Spain came into conflict over the upper Arkansas River Basin because Spain was using the area as an exclusive trading zone of its colony of Santa Fe de Nuevo Mexico. The US gave up on its claim to all land west and south of the Arkansas River, west of the 100th meridian west, and south of the 42nd parallel north as part of its purchase of Florida from Spain in the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819.
For more nature relaxation videos of various places, people can check out the Destination Paradise Youtube channel or contact them on the phone or through email.
For more information about Destination Paradise, contact the company here:
2292 J Warren Road
Cornelia GA 30531