Great time lapse video of nature across a forest floor and some in the sea. The creators did an especially good job with the music timing. I think it’s one of the best nature time lapse videos I’ve seen. Enjoy!
Inside the Wrecked Costa Concordia
Italian police released footage showing the underwater interior of the wrecked cruise ship the Costa Concordia. This live video was taken while swimming through it, and at one point the diver pops up into an air pocket on board in what looks like a grand hall or gallery. Enjoy the news update on the final voyage disaster.
Water Sound Wave
Ever wonder what happens when you blast water with various frequencies of sound? Watch this video to find out why it’s so important to recognize that sound and other electro signals can effect ourselves and the lives of other things around us, since we’re all made of water.
When we think of pollution, most of us have an idea of smoke stacks of energy corporations billowing plumes of dark smoke into the atmosphere, or landfills of garbage piling up to the outer reaches of the sky. Some of us have heard about the “islands of plastic” that are floating through the oceans. But have we thought about the unseen depths of the Earth in which garbage has been piled for who knows how long? I must admit, before watching this video, I had given it little thought.
I found this very cool winter blizzard time lapse video from Connecticut in 2013. Shot with a GoPro it’s a simple masterpiece that shows what looks to be a few feet of show fall. The trees and the table contrast nicely as the weight of the snowfall pushes down the branches and builds up on everything. I figured it might help keep our readers cool on this summer afternoon, or at least remind a few why they should get outside and enjoy the weather this summer!
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Finding Oregon was produced in 2011 by Uncage the Soul Productions. Most of the footage was taken during a 1600 mile road trip in the month of September. The producers mention that the greatest challenge to making this film was getting the night sequences to look their best. That required the Moon to be in a New Moon phase, meaning no Moon visible. This is so that it doesn’t complete by outshining the stars in the sequence. Also, Oregon is famous for it’s clouds and rain, so there was that too. This didn’t leave very many nights to get the shots right.