What does zero gravity feel like ?

This video was created by long time base jumper Ossie Khan, over a two-year period. It shows some of the most stunning base jumping locations in Europe.

What makes the film special, is that some parts are played in slow motion, revealing the splendour of each place while feeling as if you were experiencing the magnificence of human flight.

“There’s a really beautiful side to base jumping and to being able to fly through the sky in what becomes a very non-stressful headspace,” says Khan, whose aim filming these shots was to challenge the idea that base jumping is all and only about adrenaline.

The video’s four main locations are Mount Eiger, Lauterbrunnen (in Switzerland), Norway’s Fjord Mountains in Lysebotn and the beuatiful mountain sides of Annecy (France).

credits : bbc.com

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