Experience nothing - Visit Padasjoki

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We offer something from nothing. Welcome to Padasjoki. Padasjoen kunta http://www.padasjoki.fi/matkailu http://www.facebook.com/visitpadasjoki http://www.instagram.com/visitpadasjoki Järvi-Hämeen Osuuspankki https://uusi.op.fi//web/op-jarvi-hame Padasjoen Yrittäjät ry https://www.yrittajat.fi/paijat-hameen-yrittajat/padasjoen-yrittajat

Comments

AdvocatusDiaboliFin : Never been more excited about nothing. Great video!

Sampo Raudaskoski : Nice job Padasjoki!

OldMan_PJ : Apparently you don't have colorists either to do color grading work. Finland is not that gray.

Markku Kemppainen : Nyt mennään hienolla asenteella ja hyvällä koukulla!

joonan suuri fani : I from padasjoki😊 my school name is kullasvuorenkoulu.

Kai Mäkelä : Padasjoki; "mökkikuntani"

mclaren3722 : I like nothing. Nothing is awesome. I'm a tad introverted...

Ilo Päivälapsi : Kielti vanha Väinämöinen kullalle kumartamasta, hopealle horjumasta: Tuonne kaadut kultinesi tuonen mustahan jokehen, Manalan ikipurohon, jonne puut tyvin putovat, kivet syrjin kimpoavat. Tulee mies räkänokasta, ja vaimo valittajasta. Ei tule miestä mädännehestä, urosta uponnehesta, vaimoa vajonnehesta sinä ilmaisna ikänä.

PigletCNC : Well this somehow made me very depressed. Knowing how nothing is free, nice, fun, good, and all that stuff...

Marc Nemitz : Really a great spot! :) Love it and if i around the corner, i sure take a look at your nothing :) Best wishes from Germany

Ercan Kırbıyık : it's amazing video :) loves to Finland from Turkey :)

Jaana Kari : Kyllä täytyy sanoa että nyt ollaan mainostamisessa asian ytimessä. Mainio mainos padasjoelta ja kaunis kylläinen täynnä väriä ja elämää järvisuomen sydämessä padasjoki rules! Greetings from Turku.

Marko Grönroos : Eh, the idea is great, but did the editor forget to do color grading for the locally shot videos? They look really flat, like ungraded s-log. The idea of the video is initially a good one, but gets a bit lost in the end, when there's suddenly a lot of built stuff in the "nothing".

binomalia : Quite good except the killed fish. Har har.

Aetrion : Well, you seem to have fireworks.

Ben Gallaty : Please upload a 360 degree video from the top of that forest outlook. It would be a wonderful escape for those of us who are unable to travel, a brief respite to your breathtaking environment.

Heli Järvenpää : Oh, I love this! So honest.

Hujoster68 : Excellent job padasjoki! Again one reason to be proud of my country! My friends in USA and Israel just love this video!

matti karhu : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTp8DCpbQHE lisää padasjoelta

Tomi Tenetz : Nothing is nice, but something would be even better. I remember I drove around Päijänne this summer and I could not find any single place to eat after crossing Pulkkilanharju. Every single place had been closed some years back. Only place open was a pizza-kebab in Sysmä. Before that only place to eat was some steakhouse 2 hours drive from Sysmä. Just a little bit of services to tourists would be so nice.

Papillon De Grenoble : Perfect <3

FinnDevil : I love the feeling in this ad. Great idea! If you already have everything, like in New York, maybe "nothing" sounds appealing...??? At least you will get the opposite.

tmu trmn : stolen idea :<

TheDemolition2000 : What are the two songs in the video?

Fogarasi Tóth István : Well, Finnland has Serral

Juuso Hämäläinen : This is brilliant. It shows that other nations polute their nature by f**king their countries full of people. We don't. We don't even want too many people visit Finland let alone stay here too long. Less is more, now more than ever.

Tommi Lappalainen : I have been producing in Finnish Lapland since 15 year all kind tourism videos and destination marketing videos (some good and awarded other more small or more banal...). This is an innovative video (with probably a rather limited budget) and if I should be give a note for this video, I would give at least 9,5 over 10 (or even 10-). This said at the very end the video might be bit too "charged" / "overloaded" with visual and sound elements: but it is question of taste. Globally I liked very much this video. And it is nice to see that also other, less known destinations start to make promotion videos and find their own strong points / branding elements (traditionally it is mostly in Lapland and in Southern Finland that this kid of videos are made).

عيش الدور : Very cool continued

Julien Gray : BRB booking ticket

Tommi Raulahti : Well... Padasjoki have something... my dad born there and my last name is from there... so it have something: my roots.

Nicklaus Deyring : Excellent work.

EnergyMedia : Sounds good)

Soile Solange : Kuka/ketkä tämän videon ovat ideoineet??

Tuomas Huovinen : You better have money for nothing, muikkus aren't free.

Blurp Slurp : Actually there is even more nothing in Latvia and it is just a little south.

t-pants : Badassriver

Stefan Hoeren : Color grading is missing!

BillDownhill : If I wanted to experience nothing I'd go to jail for a week.

someoneforone1 : Nice marketing idea, but to visit here is just money burning for really nothing! A lot of more nicest places and not so far away!

85sharifa : Ihania muistoja tuosta Kelvenneen saaresta, lapsena kävin siellä hiekkarannalla uimassa ja metsässä marjassa sukulaisten kanssa!

in a box : This nothing costs a lot btw

lintu25 : Nyt osuitte! Hienosti vedetty!

Евгений Байков : какая-то хрень ни о чём

Puerple : Like the beautiful nature on the video the comments are typical for Finland - complaining color grading on the video and totally missing the point. Shut down your freaking laptop and just go! Lake Päijänne, all it's islands, small villages on coast, sandy beaches are amazing. I used to live fairly close to it, go pass it by car, visit my friends cottage by boat - it was really nice but... The whole beauty of the Lake Päijänne truly opened up to me when I rented a kayak from PadLa with couple of friends in Padasjoki, did island hopping and camping for few days. Rain or shine it is one of the most amazing places I've ever been (and I can say, I've travelled the world).

Matti Valtonen : huvittavaa ku suomalaiset puhuu englantia suomalaisille ja ulkomaalaisia ei näissä katsojissa näy. ei kylläkään mikään ihmeellinen maisema video. punkaharjut, kolit ja yyterit sun muut voittaa tän ei yhtään mitään, pitää paikkaansa.

Ilo Päivälapsi : Please don't visit Finland! We already have enough tourism, and the tourists we have don't like to have more tourists around. We are not in a need of money. The little money we have is too much already because it has ruined so many peoples minds and attitudes. Please, don't bring more money to us by visiting us! Also Sweden has the same problem but even worse, so don't visit Sweden either. But if you must ruin either of us, please ruin Sweden. Also Finland is very cold for most of the year, and very dark for half a year. People are always cold. Ticks (coasts and islands) and moles (inland) can in fact kill you by deadly diseases if you are not naturally tolerant like most North Europeans. A couple of years ago an Israeli scientist studying moles in Finland was killed by a brain disease from moles. Also for people who are not used to bears and wolves meeting them really is not as nice as seeing them in a photo.