It has alway annoyed me that I can't capture movement as a blur with a video camera like a still camera can. I have, on occasion, gone so far as to take umbrage over the issue. I decided to do something about it.
The image is a clip of a small woodland brook, shot normally with a video camera. I processed the clip in Premiere Pro using the Video Echo Effect. In this case I added 50 echos spaced .014 seconds apart. This effect is additive, meaning that each echo is added to the overall clip, and the result was the clip was way to bright. I brought the brightness down in the effect to .03. The image still did not look good to me so I added the "Brightness and Contrast " effect and made the final image adjustments. The Echo effect caused the solid colors to block up making what I think looks like a watercolor or a woodblock print.
The music is "Headlands" by Danny Paul Grody.