EARTH'S GREATEST SPECTACLES
Narrated by Domhnall Gleeson. This three-part series takes a look at locations that feature some of the most spectacular seasonal changes in the world. `Earth's Greatest Spectacles', showcases the yearly transformations, in addition to exploring the processes that cause the changes to occur and showing how the local wildlife adapt to the changing conditions. Each episode highlights a different location - the Svalbard Islands in the Arctic Ocean, which is home to thousands of polar bears; Botswana's Okavango Delta, which is produced by seasonal flooding; and American region New England, home of some of the most incredible colour changes on Earth as leaves turn from green to various shades of gold and red each autumn.
Our cinematographer Christian Munoz Donoso and our aerial cinematographer Moris Munoz Salas, shot a large part of the New England episode. Achieving interesting behavior of moose and beavers among other species. And the most impressive aerial footage of the autumn forest.