Coplesit de Creatia lui Dumnezeu – Yosemite Timelapse – In Awe of God’s Creation

Yosemite Range of Light from Shawn Reeder on Vimeo.

In awe of God’s Creation – Australia Time Lapse – Coplesit de Creatia lui Dumnezeu

Coast of Victoria – Photo credit http://cityoftheweek.net

Here is one country I would like to visit in my lifetime: Australia.

Before the first British settlement in the late 18th century, Australia was inhabited by indigenous Australians, who spoke languages grouped into roughly 250 language groups. After discovery by Dutch explorers in 1606, Australia’s eastern half was claimed by Great Britain in 1770 and settled through penal transportation to the colony of New South Wales from 26 January 1788. The population grew steadily in subsequent decades; the continent was explored and an additional five self-governing Crown Colonies were established.

On 1 January 1901, the six colonies federated, forming the Commonwealth of Australia. Since Federation, Australia has maintained a stable liberal democratic political system that functions as a federal parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy. The federation comprises six states and several territories. The population of 23 million is highly urbanised and heavily concentrated in the eastern states. (source Wikipedia)

Photo credit Wikipedia

Made in Australia Time Lapse Video

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In October 2012 we embarked on an epic project to capture Australia through the mediums of timelapse photography and slow motion. The journey has been dedicated to this purpose. We’ve travelled by car, sea and air in excess of 43,000 kilometres, taking more than 300,000 photos. The hours have been long, the distances travelled have been vast but the landscapes have been inspirational. I’m thrilled to show you MADE IN AUSTRALIA in a way that is rarely captured.

 

Made in Australia from Eddie Peter Hobson on Vimeo.

In Awe of God’s Creation – Mt. Everest Time Lapse Video – Din varful lui Everest – Coplesit de Creatia lui Dumnezeu

Source: Slate:

Breath-taking! [Haha!] I live at an elevation of 1700 meters, and I’ve been up as high as 3700, where the air is thin enough (about 2/3 pressure as at sea level) that just moving around for some people is difficult. Photographer Elia Saikaly went up to 8000 meters to shoot that video, staying awake into the night while other, more sane climbers, were sleeping. At that height, air pressure is a mere one-third what it is at sea level, and climbers, not surprisingly, call it the “death zone”.

Read Saikaly’s account of his travels to scale Everest. It’s harrowing, and amazing, and wonderful. Climbing such mountains is incredibly dangerous, and some people undertake it foolishly. But the ones who prepare, study, practice, and understand what they are doing: I salute them. The spirit it takes to explore is an astonishing thing, and I’m glad so many possess it.

ROMANIAN: Fotograful a mărturisit că nu i-a fost tocmai uşor să surprindă în sute de imagini magia mamei naturi de la o altitudine de 8000 de metri. „A fost absurd de greu să realizez aceste fotografii. Să nu dormi şi să urci pe Everest este o combinaţie periculoasă”, recunoaşte Saikaly. (Descopera.ro)

In awe of God’s Creation – The Unseen Sea – A time lapse video of San Francisco Bay – Ceata pe ocean – Coplesit de creatia lui Dumnezeu

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More videos, most of them being time lapse videos

The Unseen Sea

VIDEO from Simon Christen – The Unseen Sea

 

In awe of God’s Creation – Time Lapse Northern Lights over Norway – Aurora peste Norvegia

PHOTO and VIDEO BELOW by Babak Tafreshi. As seen on the National Geographic News the northern lights or aurora borealis swirls over a fjord in the Norwegian Sea near Tromso, northern Norway. A mix of moonlight, aurora, and a nearby village illuminate the landscape. The Pleiades Star Cluster (the Seven Sisters) appears on the upper left.

VIDEO: In a peaceful evening twilight of northern Norway on March 20, 2013, Comet PanSTARRS (C/2011 L4) appears with a sudden burst of aurora borealis or the northern lights over a fjord near Tromso. Soundtrack: Shimmer by Steve Kornicki.

Comet and the Northern Lights from Babak Tafreshi on Vimeo.

In awe of God’s Creation – Time lapse in Death Valley – Ploaie de Meteori in Valea Mortii

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photo from Sunchasers pictures vimeo

Psalmi 8:3-4

Când privesc cerurile – lucrarea mâinilor Tale –
luna şi stelele pe care le-ai făcut,
îmi zic: „Ce este omul, ca să Te gândeşti la el?
Şi fiul omului, ca să-l bagi în seamă?”

O echipă de regizori din cadrul companiei Sunchaser Pictures a creat un timelapse în care surprinde ploaia de meteori Geminide care a avut loc în noaptea de 13 decembrie a anului trecut la dunele de nisip Eureka in Parcul National Valea Mortii.

Psalm 8:3-4

When I look at your heavens, the work of your fingers,
    the moon and the stars, which you have set in place,
what is man that you are mindful of him,
    and the son of man that you care for him?

Sunchasers pictures:

my brave team and I trekked to the world-famous Eureka Dunes in Death Valley National Park to search for some of the darkest skies on Earth. Despite temps below freezing, we went on December 13th, 2012 – the night of the Geminid Meteor Shower Peak, and a time of great planetary alignment. Armed only with boxed wine, firewood, and our DSLRs, we had to conquer epic climbs, sand roads with the 4×4 Jeep, and the occasional UFO!

But it was all worth it when the skies cleared and showed us an incredible galactic palette! Star Trails shot at 25 sec exposures. No special effects used, just the rotation of the earth’s axis. Photography Merging: STARSTAX. Used Canon 5D & 7D, with a 24mm/1.4 lens and a 28mm/1.8. The Geminids get crazy as the sun comes up (2:20-2:35) but you can spot a bunch more throughout, if you look closely – or here’s a nice shot (bit.ly/SkZGdw). There’s also some passing planets (1:15-1:30 and 2:15-2:25). I believe the first big one is Jupiter.

DEATH VALLEY DREAMLAPSE from Sunchaser Pictures on Vimeo.

In awe of creation – Rolling clouds time lapse over Canary Islands (Filmare excelenta din Insulele Canary, Coasta Spaniei)

From NASA’a website Astronomy Picture of the Day website:

Time Lapse Clouds and Sky Over the Canary Islands
Credit & Copyright: Daniel López, IAC; Music: Matti Paalanen, Angel’s Tear (Aeon 2)

Explanation: If you could sit back and watch clouds and the sky move all night and day, what might you see? One answer from the island of Tenerife, captured over the course of the year, includes sequences that are not only breathtaking but instructive. Visible in the above time-lapse movie include clouds that seem to flow like water, a setting sun that shows numerous green flashes, the Milky Way Galaxy rising behind towering plants, a colorful double fogbow, lenticular clouds that appear stationary near their mountain peaks, and colorful moon coronas. The above video was shot solely from the Teide National Park on Tenerife in the Canary Islands of Spain, off the north west coast of Africa.
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