According to Paul Caridad’s Visual News article, it took 750 feet of steel wire, 200 grinder bits, and 16 months of work for Sandman Creations sculptor Sean Sobczak to create his incredible six and a half foot tall “Shake Dreams From Your Hair” sculpture. Fortunately, filmographer Beau Lambert captured the entire process, allowing for the creation of this beautiful time-lapse video that shows all of it in just 4 minutes!
An eye-popping assortment of animated and still images, plus a video, from the folks at Optically Aroused…
A wonderful two-part look at the gorgeous mountains and skies of Washington State in time-lapse video! :D
A beautiful follow-up to a video I included in my Sunday Spectacular post of two years ago…
I found this awesome video on the Visual News blog, and it’s just too cool not to reblog! :D
You know, I’ve lived inside this crazy head of mine for almost 58 years, and yet I’m still amazed at how easily distracted I can be. Yesterday, while looking forward to what I might blog about today, I’d decided it was high time I got around to doing that full spate of aviation related posts I’ve been collecting all those links and images for for such a long time. Man I tell ya, I’ve got so much stuff, everything from flying cars to fighter jets to spacecraft – so much, in fact, that I really don’t know how I’d have actually pulled it all together – and yet here I’ve managed to fritter the day away without so much as an attempt. But that doesn’t mean I’m gonna go down without doing anything at all. No way, Jose!
I can at least post these three really cool videos that express so well what it all means to me…
Okay, let’s wrap up my “astronomy 3fer” with a great time-lapse video from Universe Today, wherein videographer Bruno Letarte proves that gorgeous astronomical images can indeed be captured – despite those annoying city lights!
Without Warning by Goldpaint Photography on Vimeo. Reblogged from the Goldpaint Photography blog.
A Supercell Near Booker, Texas by Mike Olbinski on Vimeo. Reblogged from the Metousiosis blog.
If you’re looking for something to inspire you today, then these videos from Metousiosis and Cool Berman might be just what you’re looking for. First, a little something to excite your spirit. And then a little something to warm your heart. Good friends are worth their weight in gold!