Best timelapse winner in the 29th edition of the Maria Luisa Memorial Contest, this is the second part of a project that I started last year and if everything goes well I hope to finish in 2019. In this timelapse I made a shake of land along 200 km of the Cantabrian cornice. From the beach of Gueirúa, near Cudillero in Asturias to Santander capital, which meant that since I left Madrid until my return I traveled almost 4,000 kilometers. I visited cliffs, beaches, rivers, waterfalls and of course the most emblematic sites of the Picos de Europa, symbol of the Cantabrian identity, where in two scenes I fell into the territory of the province of León. This second part has a character somewhat different from the first. The beginning is placid and calm, with subtle movements of camera over landscapes between fogs at dawn. However, as the footage progresses, the strength and hardness of a terrain is again shown in which the speed of the clouds and the incredible rock formations of its coasts provide the film with greater drama, and in its last part it shows the magic of the night light on the sea.
Recorded during 3 days in May and 17 in September 2018 is the continuation of a project that started on the beaches of the north of La Coruña and will end in Bayonne (France). Three short films that will complete the biggest project I’ve covered so far. The first part of CANTABRICO can be seen here: vimeo.com/264409896