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Sunday, March 9, 2014

Break From Politics: Project Yosemite

(If you must have politics, please scroll down)

Mother Nature puts on a show:

Yosemite HD II from Project Yosemite on Vimeo.

A bit of information about Project Yosemite:
The footage documents a hike lasting over 200 miles through the California park and was filmed over the course of 10 months by Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill. The pair spent a combined 45 days capturing the breathtaking images.

6 comments:

  1. O, Lord, how excellent is Thy handiwork!
    How excellent is Thy name in all the earth!


    Experiencing Nature in all her glory -- or even in the microcosm of one's own small garden -- certainly helps put our little selves and our petty, fear-filled concerns in better perspective, doesn't it?

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  2. PS: You inspired me, AOW, to put up a Nature Post, myself, this morning -- a beautiful short documentary also featuring time-lapse photography, but focused more on the incredible beauty of unfurling flowers. It's very like Disney's NATURE'S HALF-ACRE, which I believe may have been the first such film. It's good to remind ourselves of all the wonders and marvels around us that give us endless reasons to CELEBRATE being alive, and to be GRATEFUL for Life.

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    1. FT,
      I just watched that video at your blog site.

      I wondered if I had inspired you.

      I am in a nature mood this morning. Although today's temps aren't glorious, yesterday's were. Tomorrow and Tuesday will be springlike too.

      I'm a bit sad about this nice weather, however.

      My days of riding in a convertible are over because of my eye problems, and I've been cleaning out my Mustang convertible to ready it for immediate sale. I bought that beautiful car 13 years ago and love it as if it were a member of the family. I hate to say goodbye to her.

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  3. Very nice, indeed. Just wait, though. When the caldera erupts ...

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  4. Sam. I thought that caldera was at Yellow Stone, but what do I know. I've never been there.

    Imagery very beautiful.

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