See the Beauty of Greenland from the Sky


Greenland Exploration

Florian Ledoux

Award winning content creator Florian Ledeaux created this stunning drone video of Greenland, the world's largest island which is part of the territory of Denmark.  Sailing around Greenland and towards northern Canada, he used his drone to create a breathtaking aerial view of massive icebergs, walruses, Beluga whales, and even unicorn-like Norwals.   An avid environmentalist, Ledoux aims to use his videos to illustrate the fragility of the eco-system to climate change. 


Ilulissat Icefjord - GREENLAND | 4K Drone Footage

Rasmus H-P

Rasmus H-P used a DJI Phantom 4 drone to create this stunning video of Ilulissat Icefjord on the west coast of Greenland.  The fjord is created by Jakobshavn Glacier, one of the largest on this massive North Atlantic island.  The glacier, which is the most productive in the Western Hemisphere, annually produces 35 billion tons of icebergs which float out through Ilulissat.  The fjord and the glacier have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site.  


Arctic foxes

Florian Ledoux

Award winning aerial photographer and videographer Florian Ledoux used drone and ground camera footage to create this remarkable video of arctic foxes in Greenland.  This species is native to arctic environments.  These small foxes are extremely hardy creatures - they can survive in temperatures up to 90-100 degrees lower than their core temperature.  Mr. Ledoux's video captures a group of these foxes playing onshore against a backdrop of a massive iceberg field. 


Greenland epic photo tour


It is difficult to comprehend the immensity of Greenland, the massive Danish controlled island in the North Atlantic Ocean.  At nearly 2.2 million square km (836k square mi), the world's largest island is roughly 6x the land area of Germany.  Top contributor Daniel Kordan used a drone to create this stunning visual tour of the island, replete with giant icebergs and shimmering glaciers.  




This stunning drone video of Greenland by contributor Sfdrones was nominated as a finalist for the 2017 AirVuz Drone Video Awards.  The video will give you newfound appreciation for the immensity of the world's largest island.  The video features breathtaking aerial footage of the massive icebergs which Greenland sends into the oceans.  Some of the most amazing footage is of powerboats cruising through iceberg fields, where even small icebergs make the boats look like toys.  


Sunset icebergs dronie, Disko Island Greenland

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Wrenee, aka the Queen of the Dronie, gives us her trademark pull-out shot from Disko Island off the western coast of Greenland.  Disko is the second largest island of Greenland after the island of Greenland itself, the world's largest.  Disko, which is situated in Baffin Bay, is acually itself one of the world's 100 largest islands.  Disko has a population of about 1,000, making it the second most populated island of Greenland, which is a semi-autonomous region of Denmark.


Prins Christian Sund | Greenland

Contributor brings us this amazing drone video from the very southern tip of Greenland.  Prince Christian Sound separates the mainland of Greenland from the islands of the Cape Farewell Archipelago.  Being at the southern extremity of Greenland, it's actually a fairly temperate latitude, approximately level with Scotland and well south of Iceland and mainland Scandinavia.  As you will see from the video, the area offers spectacular natural scenery.


The Drone Dish: florian ledoux

The Drone Dish

Known for his nature and wildlife photography, Florian Ledoux chats with Tyler in this episode of The Drone Dish. Florian has a strong background in wildlife photography, and has recently incorporated a drone into his work. Most of his work takes him to cold climates in the north, specifically in Greenland where he has captured images of polar bears, narwhals, and magnificent icebergs.  Florian also talks about the dangers specific to flying in the arctic.


The Drone Dish: DanielKordan

The Drone Dish

On this episode of the Drone Dish, Tyler talks to Daniel Kordan, a world-renowned nature photographer who has recently explored the use of drones in his work.  Kordan has already captured some stunning aerial footage of Greenland and other remote arctic locations.  Daniel has gained a large following on social media for his work as a photographer, and says he hopes to continue to use drones as a way to showcase the beautiful landscapes he features. 



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