"Flying Over Iceland: Part I" is a stunning yet soothing aerial journey to the remote fjiords and valleys of eastern Iceland. The first of a series of 1 hour films, Part I begins at sunrise on a perfect summer day in Breiðdalsvík, where a golden sun lights up the majestic valley. After soaring through the golden sea mists and offering a glimpse of the stunning Breiðdalur Valley (its name means ‘Wide Valley’), viewers then head inland to a hidden, magical arched waterfall for a refreshing immersive flight that begins at the base of the falls and reaches above the clouds. Next, as the morning turns into a sunlit afternoon, viewers are swept inland to the crystal clear waters of the the impressive Breiðdalsá river, to cool off in some falls along with a pair of local swans. Well known for salmon fishing, the turquoise blue river winds its way scenically across the valley basin to the sea, which is where the film ends - but not before a chance encounter with a local reindeer! The final flight in Part 1 offers a sunny afternoon look at the tiny village of Breiðdalsvík from afar and offers amazing blue water vistas of with green islands, seagulls, a rock island that that looks like a cat, a scenic lighthouse, and more. Paired with nature sounds and new music by The Cynic Project (Relax Moods), it is a wonderful yet rare colorful look into the often overlooked lands of East Iceland. Part 2 coming soon!