Video: Behold the majestic Banja Dam in Albania. It's a huge hydroelectric project that hit a big milestone last weekend -- its reservoir reached over 550m above sea level. To release some of the excess water, dam operators opened the spillway for the very first time and filmed the event from the air. The dang thing just keeps. On. Going. Starting from just past the dam itself, the camera slowly backs off and up until we're hundreds of metres above, watching as miniature waves roll over one another. Something about it is intensely calming -- grounding even. Maybe it's humanity's attraction to the life-giving properties of water... Or maybe it's just a unique scenario that doesn't need too much examination.
Let The Calm Wash Over You As This Dam Opens Its Spillway For The Very First Time
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