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Tourism Australia recently ran a very practical and helpful webinar “Promote your Business with Video”. Jess Desjardin and Chloe Knight-Gregson shared case studies of Australian Tourism Operators achieving amazing results by investing in video in the marketing of their businesses. You can watch the webinar replay here and read all webinar notes here. 1. Embrace Video Storytelling Video is not going anywhere! By 2019, 90% of internet bandwidth will be video. You are missing a huge opportunity to attract and convert more of your ideal customers into actual customers and visitors if you aren’t embracing video marketing. Don’t be held back by technology! While there are many awesome new technologies available to take video footage, such as Drones, DSLRs and GoPros, Jesse and Chloe reminded everyone they don’t have to use these

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Niels Bugges Cartoon Award 2017 took place this weekend, and I was lucky to get the chance to make the video artwork for the award. Great people to hang out with, and I was so excited to do the work. Have a look at the three winner videos below. Hopefully you will find it interesting. 1st prize winner – Pieter de Jaegher (Belgium) Niels Bugge’s Cartoon Award 2017 – 1st prize???????? Drukner du nogle gange i information? Mød Pieter alias Pedejee ???? Vinderen af første præmien ved Niels Bugges Cartoon Award 2017. Se videoen og hør hans forklaring på, hvorfor vi nogle gange føler os som figuren i hans tegning. ???????? Have you ever felt flooded with information? Meet Pieter alias Pedejee ???? The 1st

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Although the mountains are not as high as those found in the Alps, Scandinavia offers some truly breathtaking mountain peaks and landscapes. I’ve collected some of the most outstanding peaks on this list. Stetind, Norway   Otertind, Norway Nalumasortoq mountain, Greenland Mount Thor, Baffin Island (Canada) Innerdalstårnet, Norway Lofoten mountains, Norway Kirkjufell, Iceland Ummannaq mountain, Greenland   Sermitsiaq, Greenland   Sunnmøre Alps, Norway   Helgeland mountains, Norway     Uranostind, Norway &nbsp

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You are now able to download my new song “Hearts” for free. Please feel free to do so and spread the love. I wish you a great summer. Cheers, Thomas. How to download: >Right-click on the picture >Click “Save link as” (it will automatically save it as an mp3 file) Sådan downloader du: >Højreklik på billedet >Klik “Gem link som” (filen gemmes automatisk som en mp3 fil)

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Piz Languard | 3262 m | Livigno alps, Switzerland Piz Languard is a beautiful mountain which rises above the hamlet of Pontresina in Val Bernina. The peak of Languard stands freely at an altitude of 3262 meters and offers some exceptional views of the Engadin valley and surroundings and in particular of the Bernina massif to the South. sd Eating swiss chocolate in Switzerland at the Chammana Georgy hut just beneath the summit :p Absolutely supreme panorama of the Bernina range from the summit. Just to the left of my head is Piz Bernina. With its 4048 meters it is the last 4000 m peak in the alps in a West-East direction. &nbsp

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Monte Legnone| 2609 m | Orobie alps, Italy Monte Legnone is the highest of the mountains surrounding Lago di Como, giving it its unofficial title as the “King of Como”. Furthermore, it sits at the corner of two valleys along the northeastern part of the lake, which means that the mountain stands quite freely, providing it with top class views and with an impression of being a high mountain. The hamlet of Dervio at the surface of Lago di Como in front of Monte Legnone. In the background it is the Orobie alps. Monte Legnone (Big Cino) behind its little brother Legnoncino (Lil’ Cino). In the background it is Monte Disgrazia (3678 m) in Val Masino towards which Legnone provides excellent views. Red path marks

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Legnoncino (Lil’ Cino)| 1714 m | Orobie alps, Italy Although not being a very high mountain, Legnoncino or Lil’ Cino, as we like to call it, is one of the famous and symbolic peaks of Lago di Como. It rises noticeably above the surface of the lake (in particular when viewed from South) and because it sits so close to the lake compared to other higher mountains (for example its big brother Legnone) it indeed appears as a prominent mountain peak. fg When viewed from the lake Legnoncino rises prominently into the sky above the village of Dervio. The normal route starts from rifugio Roccoli Lorla, which sits just beneath the peak. However, if you don’t have a car it is not so easy to reach

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Monte Visolo| 2369 m | Orobie alps, Italy Monte Visolo is a mountain peak in the Presolana massif, which comprises six summits where Presolana Occidentale is the highest with its 2521 meters. Monte Visolo is located on the eastern side of the massif, marking the stopping point of the Passo della Porta ferrata. d s On the Passo della Porta wall. As you can see it was a hot day. Already in the morning it was 28 something degrees. But nothing to complain about. It was a great day. On the Passo della Porta wall. In the North it is Redorta (left) and Pizzo Coca (right). Coca is with its 3050 meters the highest mountain in the Orobie alps. Some Ibex observing me from a snow

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Grigna Settentrionale / Grignone| 2410 m | Orobie alps, Italy Grigna Settentrionale or popularly just referred to as Grigna or Grignone, is the highest peak of the Grigne range, which also includes Grigna Meridionale and Monte Coltignone. Grigna as seen from Barzio. Our route on Grigna seen from Bergamo Cittá Alta (Bergamo’s historic and very beautiful old town). The mountain on the left is Resegone, which is a very famous and mythical mountain in this area. Martin heading for the cima of Grigna along the north ridge. It looks like a long way from here but in fact only took us some 20-30 minutes. However, it had a couple of tricky spots along the ridge. We met two italians on the ridge also headed for the

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