Autumn At Summerland is a short film by Kristoffer Davidsson where he films him and some of his mates skating around an outdoor summer park whilst its closed for the colder seasons.
Lazy rivers, water slides and pools are all perfect for skating down. The concrete is super smooth, allowing the skaters to glide down it, pulling off sick tricks as they go. It’s an incredible secret skating spot. It feels like some kind of hidden level that you might find in a game like Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. But, this is even better, its real life.
It’s the latest video from director Kristoffer Davidsson. He specialises in making laid back skating vids that are really fun to watch. Even if you’re not really into skating, this vid is still a super fun watch. It’s filmed at Skara Sommarland waterpark in Sweden. The park was built back in the 80s and still attracts thousands of visitors every year but it shuts down during the colder months. Theses guys can still find a way to have a good time at the summer park, even if it’s pretty cold and there’s no running water.
Kristoffer Davidsson|Autumn At Summerland|Sports
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