This is “Journey Into Mongolia” by Cape Town-based videographer, Bryn North. We’re not even kidding when we say this is the best video you are going to watch all day! Seriously, grab a coffee and watch this on full screen straight away.

At Orms, we LOVE supporting talent by sharing some of the incredible work our local photographers and videographers are creating. You might remember Bryn North, we’ve collaborated and shared some of his content here before. Well, Bryn just knocked it out of the park with his recent video, “Journey into Mongolia”. Beautifully shot, perfectly edited and the tempo is simply spot on. Bryn, well done on this one, we absolutely love it.

Talking about the project Bryn says; “I went on a solo adventure into western Mongolia with Indy Guide to explore what this amazing part of the country had to offer and visit the eagle hunters of the region, I was not disappointed. The views were on another level, especially in the Altai mountains but the Kazahk people were just extremely welcoming and open which made the experience one to remember.

Staying with a different family each night, experiencing their daily routines and eating and drinking with them. We continued to make our way around the west, attending the Nauryz eagle festival and exploring some of the snowy mountains in the Altai by horseback. Filming my adventure through Mongolia was extremely tough, we were on the move constantly and electricity is hard to come by so I relied on power banks to charge my camera. Being from Africa I’m not used to temperatures as low as -20 degrees Celsius during this time of the year and of course the language barrier, but I thoroughly enjoyed every moment and it was one of the rawest feelings of travel I have experienced.“ [MrBrynnorth]

You can find more of Bryn’s videos by subscribing to his YouTube channel, alternatively, you can also find him on Twitter or Instagram. If you’ve got a video or perhaps recently photographed an awesome project, share it with us – we’d love to hear from you.

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