It’s Like Seeing A Ghost 👻- Aberystwyth, Wales 🏴
It’s 5:30AM and I’m about to head off to work to begin my morning shift. I am off for 1 week from the 28th which will be a good time to relax and focus on myself and give myself some time to enjoy what I love doing, Photography!
#TravelWales #Perspective #Mountain
After many, many years I'm getting back into video! This is a random assortment of recent test/practice footage - still heeeeeeeaps to learn and relearn but really enjoyed both capturing the clips and putting it together. (To see the uncropped and full 3 min long version head to the link in my bio!)
Clips captured with the Nikon D850, Nikon Z7, and Nikon D810. DJI Ronin S gimbal used for some shots. Edited in Adobe Premiere Elements.
What's better than coming back from a hike and discovering a super unique looking forest thats close to home! How on earth did I miss this? Of all the times Ive been by....I must've been looking the other way....strange. Every forest is different in it's own way. The size of the trees or the moss that hangs from it's branches like this one. These tree's were staggered in such a way that the only source of light was mostly from above. Only a few of my favorite places on the island I know of offer this kind of back drop where you can shoot in a dense location and not have an over abundance of bright light from behind.
After walking in 100 feet crunching over pine cones and dry sticks, I stopped to look around noticing all the moss on the tree's blowing in the wind. It was mesmerizing watching all the small bits of moss dance in the light breeze that carried through the branches. With the wind pushing through the forest it was as if they were whispering to eachother. It looked and felt fairytale like.
•Break me off a piece of that Gla-ci-er•🌊🏔❄
This is a close up shot of the bottom part of an iceberg that is about 1/2 mile long. Some icebergs in Antarctica can be anywhere from a couple hundred feet to over 10 plus miles long. One of the most well known researched iceberg is A57A. A57A is a giant tabular berg as can only be seen in Antarctic waters. A57A is more than 12 miles long and 5 miles wide, and separated from the Filchner- Ronne Ice Shelf, 960 nautical miles away, in 2008. NASA and NOAA have been conducting research on where the iceberg is going and also how often these giant icebergs have calved off from the Antarctic Icesheets. This is an up-close and personal view of what is happening with climate change. As a Storyteller I feel it's critical to share these moments and create new possibilities for changes in government and laws to help support climate change.
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