For many of us, winter is a bone-crushingly cold time of the year filled with long dark nights and barren, quiet landscapes. But in this short and moving film, videographer Paul Klaver captures the poetic beauty of winter through carefully crafted scenes of the frozen Dutch landscape.
From the description:
“Shot in Dutch nature reserve the Oostvaardersplassen during the production of De Nieuwe Wildernis (The New Wilderness). This was one of the coldest winters in Holland with record breaking temperatures.“
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