Vital Films presents “Close To Home”, amazing arial shots of the Elk Mountains

Nestled in one of the most beautiful areas of the world, Aspen, Colorado and the surrounding Elk Mountains holds some of natures most spectacular sights. We had the privilege working along side Aerial Filmworks and DBS Helicopter in capturing breathtaking imagery of the Elk Mountains on a Cineflex Camera.

“Close To Home” takes you on a stunning journey, as you witness nature in its true beauty. In a time of environmental uncertainty. We felt it was vital to show you our home, and how important this precious area is to us. If we do not change as a whole, beautiful areas like this will only be around so long for us to enjoy. The balance of nature and humanity can be equal. But it starts with understand what it at stake, and protecting that at all cost. For us, this topic is close to home, in fact its right out the back door.

Please do your part in protecting our winters, nature, and earth. So we can continue enjoying this place we call home in our lifetime and beyond!
Aerial Filmworks invested in carbon-offset credits for all of the helicopter hours in the filming of this production, making this a carbon-neutral production!

Music By : Blackmill “Fortune Soul”
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