In February 2012 an ice-drift occured on the Danube which I haven't whitnessed for a long time. The video was inspired by my mother's photos - taken about ten years ago, when this phenomena last happened so far I know.
I shoot 4 occasions for about 3-4 hours on ice.

Music:
"FOG" by Nosaj Thing
from the album 'Drift' (2009)
on Alpha Pup Records

Gear Used:
Panasonic GH2
Lumix D Vario Elmarit 1:2.8-3.5/14-50mm + adaptor
Lumix G vario 1:4.0-5.6/100-300mm
Voigtlander Nokton F 0.95/25mm
Manfrotto0550CLB and a light and lousy Manfrotto Tundra (with a National Geographic sticker on it by default) which resonates when wind blows and focal length is at 600mm :(

Edited in Sony Vegas10 + Magic Bullett Looks
Tried to deal with the resonance, but it's not just shaking but wobbling with rolling shutter effect - any help welcome.

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