1. Tuckerman, two ways


    from Jon Miller / Added

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    Tuckerman Ravine in winter and summer. Music; A Dream of You and Me by Future Islands

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    • N˚150614: Presidential Traverse


      from Pat Heine / Added

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      Presidential Traverse in the White Mountains of NH. Madison - 5366ft Adams - 5799ft Jefferson - 5716ft Clay - 5533ft Washington - 6288ft Monroe - 5372ft Eisenhower - 4760ft Pierce - 4312ft Filmed & Edited by Pat Heine Shot on Nikon D7100 and GoPro Hero3+ Silver Music: "Vertigo" by Deafheaven http://deafheavens.bandcamp.com

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      • Airglow Timelapse


        from Dan Watt / Added

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        I've been fascinated by the airglow phenomena for a few years now... I noticed when I'd be at extremely dark sites (and sometimes not so dark sites) the sky appeared the flicker. I would just attribute it to my brain acting funny because of the lack of sleep... but I kept noticing it. Started getting into timelapse work and noticed green waves showing up in the videos. At first I thought they were clouds lit by light pollution so I color corrected them out in post processing. But then I noticed it in the black zone skies of northern Death Valley and I realized there had to be something there. I'd also seen it in a few other astro timelapses around the net and decided to do more research, eventually leading me to airglow. I had heard of it before and never really thought much of it... there are plenty of optical phenomena that seem to go unnoticed until you point it out. Zodiacal light for one, hell you'd be hard pressed to find an amateur astronomer who didn't mistake the rising milky way for clouds at first at some point in their pursuits to stay up all night observing. I wanted to see how much I could capture and I was able to get five days off work around Memorial Day weekend. I needed a sensitive camera and a fast lens so I rented a Canon 6D to use with my Tokina 11-16mm (at 16mm). Also used my T3 with an 8mm f3.5 fisheye. I needed to go somewhere DARK, DRY, and HIGH. Here is where the White Mountains come in. East of the Sierra Nevadas and north of Death Valley, they receive very very little in the way of moisture. The closest town is Bishop which causes a tiny light dome to the west. And this campground is at 8,400 feet, making it ideal for transparent skies. First night I arrived it was snowing, second night was very hazy (as you'll see in some clips) but the last two nights were absolutely mind boggling dark, and by dark I mean full of lights from all different far away places.

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        • Autumn Mist


          from Denis Tangney Jr / Added

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          Autumn snow-capped mountains in the White Mountains National

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          • White Mountains Sunset Time lapse


            from Andrew Terrano / Added

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            First attempt at making a time lapse. Photos taken from Low's Bald Spot in New Hampshire's White Mountains. Took all the photos manually and arranged the time lapse in Adobe After Effects.

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            • White Mountains Triathlon 2014 - Presented by iFlyCameras.com


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              Some aerial views of the 2014 White Mountains Triathlon in Franconia, NH. Filmed with permission and edited by iFlyCameras.com. Triathlon Website: http://whitemountainstriathlon.com Music: DJ Shadow - Building steam from a grain of salt

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              • A Walk in the Woods


                from Noah Johannis / Added

                While taking a walk in the winter, we made an "improv" video using my GoPro3 Black Edition and a flimsy tripod. Enjoy! Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Apple Soundtrack Pro.

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                  from Roger Litz / Added

                  On one of the last days in May, we took a drive up into the White Mountains of Inyo County, California to hike at ten thousand feet altitude around the oldest living things on Earth, the Bristlecone Pine trees.

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                  • White Mountains California


                    from Bjorn Bakstad / Added

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                    Here is footage from my recent trip to Eastern Sierras and the White Mountains. The Ancient Bristlecone Forrest is one of my favorite places to escape to. It is a peaceful magical place with a high desert "lunar-like" landscape. Footage shot with Canon equipment, Phantom 2 w/GoPro, and the Stage Zero rail from Dynamic Perception. Special thanks to my buddy Jeff Thirlwall for joining me as the Assistant Creative Director, to the very talented artist Ola Szmidt for allowing me to use her magical music (https://soundcloud.com/olaszmidt), and to my beautiful and creative wife Shay Bakstad for her post production talent and vision.

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                    • Virtual Hike: Greenleaf Trail, NH


                      from Jeff DeMeglio / Added

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                      For more information: http://www.hikenewengland.com/FranconiaRidge001021.html

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