I don’t know if I’ve actually posted this video before or if it’s just one in that huge pile of things I’ve bookmarked but never got around to. Either way, I’m really grateful to the folks at The Mind Unleashed for bringing it back to my attention…
A wonderful two-part look at the gorgeous mountains and skies of Washington State in time-lapse video! :D
Have you ever gazed up, into the night sky and wondered about our galactic neighbors, or what we’ve done about going for a visit?
Without Warning by Goldpaint Photography on Vimeo. Reblogged from the Goldpaint Photography blog.
These beautiful (and fairly short) time-lapse videos are from Nicholas Buer on Vimeo.
Okay, enough of the crazy stuff. These are the kind of visuals I get when I think of Heaven:
The following image has been borrowed from David Dickinson’s In Search of Darkness: the Battle Against Light Pollution article over at Universe Today: As gorgeous as that image is, however, what truly grabbed my attention was what he said in his opening paragraph (bold type added by me): “A good majority of modern Americans have…
After doing my Temporal Distortion post, I spent a little time browsing through Randy Halverson’s other amazing videos. I can’t quite figure out how it could be, but I found that I’d already watched (and favorited) many of them before – and yet I could only find one other post of mine that included one: Sunday Spectacular. Obviously, this is an oversight that needs to be corrected!
The gorgeous time-lapse video was posted on the Metousiosis blog: John Eklund, a photographer from Portland, Oregon, presents this beautifully tranquil time-lapse video highlighting the stunning landscapes of the region, contrasted against the Milky Way. Via The Pacific Northwest I want ice water. More from the Visual Treats volume
EXISTENCE A TIMELAPSE PROJECT is a beautiful video created by filmmaker Michael Shainblum. The awesome music is “Should Be True” by Phaeleh. It’s been almost a year since I started my journey into time-lapse photography. This project has been an ongoing process for about 4 months. There was a lot of trial and error involved,…