Part 8 in a series of time-lapse experiments.
This is a view from the landscape that nurtured me while I was growing up. My fishing-family was forced to sell the property because of soaring property taxes, debt, and the dying fishing industry in New England. My family had lived amongst these hills for well over 300 years. I photographed this time-lapse as I helped my family pack up and move out. It is an attempt to display the spirit of Nashaquitsa Pond as I have known it.
Time-lapse taken by
"Auto Rock" by Mogwai
"Ostinato" by Eluvium
View I (day): shot December 16, 2010
Exposure: 1/125 sec. at f/22, ISO 800 (w/ ND filter)
Intervals: every 5 sec.
View II (night): shot December 17, 2010
Exposure: 20 sec. at f/2.8, ISO 800
Intervals: every 45 sec.
Shot on a Canon 7D with a Tokina 11-16mm, f/2.8 lens.
Shot in Chilmark, MA.
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