Greece: The Video

Out of all the places I’ve traveled, Greece spoke to me like no other. It comes as no surprise then that this was also my favorite video to put together (Click to watch):


I have to give most of the credit to the song, which I fell in love with the moment I heard it months ago and knew I wanted to do something with it (JT can do no wrong!)

Greece was the perfect location to shoot this, and I hope you enjoy watching as much as I enjoyed creating it.

In a few days we’re catching a bus from Zagreb to Munich, and meeting up with a few friends before we spend our last couple weeks in Europe. We’re finally feeling some cold fall weather here in Croatia… and as a warm weather girl, I’m actually enjoying the change!

Still posting more frequent updates on my instagram stories if you wanna stop by and say hello there, and let me know what you think of the latest video! Cheers to settling into this new season…


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9 thoughts on “Greece: The Video

  1. Jenna, What a lovely video…but I watched the one after on Italy, and that is your best yet! It’s stunning and fit perfectly to that beautiful music. They say there is a soul to things when all elements are equal, and you have accomplished that. I miss your home blogs , but am thoroughly enjoying the travel.

    1. Thank you Karen! That one was a challenge but I’m pretty proud of the results. Only a couple more months of these creative videos before we’re back to our regularly scheduled programming — so I’m trying to have as much fun as I can until then! 🙂

  2. Girl, you just keep on getting better and better. Next time you come back to Greece you should explore the mountains. They are equally breathtaking.

  3. Love your posts and share the same love for Greece! What do you use to take (and edit) your videos? I’d love to document my travels the same way! Thanks in advance!!

    1. Thank you! I use a Canon 6d and drone for most of the shots — if you click on the video, there’s a list and link to the full gear/software I use in the video description on Youtube. Hope this helps!

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