Imagine yourself drifting through one of the most beautiful landscapes in America. Nothing but open sky is above you as it changes with the wind.
It’s almost as though you’ve been there for a thousand years watching nature make its way past your eyes.
Have no idea what I am talking about? Check out this video to see what I mean. Sunchaser Pictures produced Tempest Vermilion, providing a stunning view of some of the best landscapes the U.S. has to offer. Filmed at Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona, we see the red iron oxide rock this monument is famous for in all its glory.
Another featured area, known as White Pocket, is quite unique. It’s been nicknamed “brain rocks,” and “cauliflower rocks,” which were possibly formed through ancient earthquakes. White Pocket rarely gets any visitors. You can only reach it via a strenuous hour long drive over sand roads, which are often impassable due to heavy rain or snow.
It took two intense days of shooting, and the filmmakers were met with high winds, thunderstorms, fog, and heavy rain. Nonetheless, what they captured is breathtaking. Be sure not to miss the end of this video!