Stone Arch

Stone Arch

Aerial footage of the Minneapolis Stone Arch Bridge built in 1883. This bridge spans 2,100 feet of the Mississippi River and used to be operated by the Great Northern Railway until 1978. Sadly, just down stream of this location is the site of the I-35 bridge collapse that claimed the lives of 13 on August 1, 2011. This film is dedicated to their memory and those who survived.

Filmed with a DJI Phantom Vision 2+, edited and color graded with Sony Vegas. The majority of this film was shot in hands-off autonomous mode, while other portions were with full hands-on piloting controls.

Music by Tony Anderson, “Grace”, courtesy of the Music Bed.

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