Serpentine: London’s Hyde Park’s Amazing recreational lake

Discover the Serpentine, an amazing 40 acres (16 ha) recreational lake in the heart of Central London’s Hyde Park. It was created in 1730 at the behest of Queen Caroline. The Serpentine takes its name from its snakelike, curving shape, although it only has one bend. Video transcript:

  1. Amazing 40 acres recreational lake
  2. In the heart of Central London’s Hyde Park
  3. Takes its name from its snakelike shape

CC music by Zero Project, Track Battle at the misty valley Created by Mat Siems with 5D Mark 3 and GlideGear Steadycam

Albert Memorial: Prince Albert statue in Kensington Gardens

Discover the Albert Memorial a grandiose statue of Prince Albert, husband of Queen’s Victoria, located on the Southern tip of the Kensington Gardens, opposite the Royal Albert Hall. It was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott in a Gothic Revival style and took over ten years to complete. CC music by Zero Project, Track Battle at the misty valley Created by Mat Siems with 5D Mark 3 and GlideGear Steadycam

Kensington Gardens: London’s Royal Park

Discover the Kensington Gardens the beautiful green space west of Hyde Park and delimited by the Serpentine recreational lake. The park, once part of the private gardens of Kensington Palace is a perfect destination to unwind away from the crowds with no less than 111 hectares of space. Video transcript:

  1. One of London’s Royal Parks
  2. Home to the Albert Memorial
  3. Home to the Kensington Palace

CC music by Daniel Bautista, Track- Ringtone Created by Mat Siems with 5D Mark 3 and GlideGear Steadycam

Covent Garden Sequence Shot (5D Mark3 and Steadicam)

Discover the Kensington Gardens the beautiful green space west of Hyde Park and delimited by the Serpentine recreational lake. The park, once part of the private gardens of Kensington Palace is a perfect destination to unwind away from the crowds with no less than 111 hectares of space. Video transcript:

  1. One of London’s Royal Parks
  2. Home to the Albert Memorial
  3. Home to the Kensington Palace

CC music by Daniel Bautista, Track- Ringtone Created by Mat Siems with 5D Mark 3 and GlideGear Steadycam

London’s Regents Park: London’s most famous green space

Discover Regent’s Park, one of the most famous green spaces in the capital, and part of the Royal Parks of London. It is situated north of Marylebone road and Regent’s Park tube station and surrounded by Park road to the West, Prince Albert road to the North and Albany Street to the East. It is home to a variety of recreational sights including the London Zoo, the Boating Lake and the Open Air Theatre within the Inner circle. CC Music by Gregoire Lourne, track Once upon a time Created by Mat Siems with 5D Mark 3 and GlideGear Steadycam

Chinese New Year London Celebration

The Chinese New Year Celebration in Central London is considered the largest outside Asia attracting tens of thousands of visitors each year. The ceremony showcases a variety of traditional Chinese performances including Chinese dragons and lion dances. The festivities take place in the heart of London, within Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and Shaftesbury Avenue.