‘Breath of the Seasons’ has been my personal project from early 2017 until early 2020. Living around the Jutland peninsula in Denmark my entire life, what inspired me to make this film was the very difference between winter, spring, summer and autumn in the already diverse Jutlandic landscapes – and the visually beautiful story this has. To show this cycle in nature through timelapse photography has been a mammoth task and a huge completion for me personally. It has driven me through all spectres emotionally; exhaustion, excitement, despair, joy and everything in between. The countless hours spent on locations made me see and feel the difference of all four seasons. It opened my eyes to how similar nature actually is to humans; As nature takes a single breath all four seasons play before our eyes until she’s ready for the next breath and it all starts over again. Energy is everywhere and nothing is at a standstill.
Get immersed in the magical lightshow that Aurora Australis delivers at the geographic South Pole. Filmed at the Admundsen Scott station in Antarctica by Raffaela Busse, experiment operator and astrophysicist at the IceCube Neutrino telescope at the the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station. She spent a full winter at the pole with over a year on the ice.
Soracrode (punto panoramico; 1303 m) raggiunto da Costa lungo tratti dell’Anello di Soracrode n. 11, del sentiero 268 e di una “bretella”, venutasi a creare per il passaggio ripetuto di selvatici, che permette di aggirare la vasta area di schianti che al momento impedisce la percorribilità di Costa Mula (la “bretella” ha inizio una sessantina di metri dopo l’incrocio tra il sentiero 70 e il 268, nei pressi di un preesistente segno bianco/rosso, e sale verso ovest ricongiungendosi in breve – circa 3 minuti – all’Anello di Soracrode n.11: vedi mappa cliccando sul link “percorso” sottoriportato)
Soracrode (1303 m) – Lozzo di Cadore Dolomiti verso il paese di Lozzo e le Dolomiti d’Oltrepiave #theta360 #theta360it – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
Volcano Calbuco erupted on April 22, 2015, Exactly 5 years ago from the date of upload of this video. I went through an extensive remastering process to bring you this footage in new sharpness and detail. Also some unusable scenes from before could be rescued and extended this cut.[…]
On June 6, 2018, Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell climbed The Nose on El Capitan in 01:58:07, setting a speed record for the ages, and fulfilling Honnold’s “lifetime goal” of a sub-2-hour Nose ascent. This is the actual record breaking climb, bottom to top, in one continuous time-lapse shot. From our film The Nose Speed Record, part of REEL ROCK 14. Available to download now from www.ReelRockTour.com