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Water, steel and stone: time-scapes of the Limassol district

Despite the present Covid-related travel restrictions, the beautiful natural and urban areas of Cyprus are still accessible to us through the lenses of local creators.

Turning the car ignition key on a weekend morning. Hearing the satisfying roar of the engine. Sunshine. The open road… Adventure awaits!

In this video, we follow wedding photographer and videographer George Avgousti, as he drives through the Limassol district countryside, on a road trip to view the Trozena waterfalls, cross the steel Trozena bridge – built by the British under colonial rule – and ramble through the abandoned village of Trozena.

Through George’s lens, whether suspended dramatically above precipices or floating through narrow streets past empty, crumbling homes, we are reminded that different dimensions of time and nature await us, once we are free again to roam.

The 4K footage was shot using a GoPro Hero 8 camera and a DJI Mavic Mini drone.

To view more enchanting scenes of the island through George’s lens, or to book him directly for your special day, follow him via:

View the original video here.

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