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    Este timelapse consta de casi 2500 fotografías tomadas en julio y agosto de 2010 en Gallegos del Campo (Zamora). Todas las secuencias tienen en común que la escena está iluminada, en uno u otro momento, por la luz de la Luna. La cámara es una Canon 400D en la primera secuencia y una Canon 550D en el resto. El objetivo es un sigma 17-70 en todos los casos. Editado, íntegramente, con VirtualDub.
    Con esta edición, trato de representar el transito del verano al invierno (en el hemisferio norte). La aparición de las nubes junto con la constelación invernal de Orión, auguran la llegada del mal tiempo.

    2010eko uztaila eta abuztuan Gallegos del Campon (Zamora) ateratako 2500 inguru argazkiz eginiko timelapsea. Ilargi argiak argiztatzen ditu bazterrak sekuentzia guztietan une batean edo bestean. Canon 400D kamera erabili da lehenengo sekuentzian eta Canon 550Da beste guztietan. Sigma 17-70 objektiboa kasu guztietan. VirtualDuben editatua.
    Edizio honekin, udatik negurako igarotzea irudikatunahi dut. Hodeiak Orion neguko konstelazioarekin batera agertzen dira, eguraldi txarraren etorrera iragarriz.

    This timelapse consists of nearly 2,5000 photographs taken in July and August 2010 in Gallegos del Campo (Zamora). All the sequences have in common that the scene is illuminated, in one or another moment, by the light of the moon. The camera used for the first sequence is a Canon 400D and a Canon 550D was used for the others. For all the sequences, the lens was a sigma 17-70 and all photos were edited in VirtualDub.
    In this selection, I'm trying to show the transit from summer to winter in the Northen Hemisphere. The appearance of clouds together with the winter constellation Orion predict the arrival of bad weather

    Music: Arcadia, by Kevin MacLeod. License creative commons

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  2. Esmerine
    "Walking Through Mist" (I) / La Lechuza
    Directed by Kurtis Hough

    ...

    The first of two black and white videos for "Walking Through Mist" conceived and filmed by Kurtis Hough.

    khstudios.com

    Esmerine is the group co-founded by Rebecca Foon (Thee Silver Mt. Zion) and Bruce Cawdron (Godspeed You! Black Emperor).

    La Lechuza is the group's third album, and features an expanded line-up that includes Sarah Pagé (harp) and Andrew Barr (percussion), both of whom play in The Barr Brothers and previously played in Lhasa de Sela's band.

    La Lechuza includes guest appearances by Patrick Watson (piano, vocals), Colin Stetson (horns), Sarah Neufeld (violin) and more. Also includes the closing track "Fish On Land", written and sung by Lhasa de Sela with accompaniment by Bruce and Rebecca, which they recorded together before Lhasa passed away.

    Le Lechuza is dedicated in loving memory to Lhasa de Sela (1972-2010).

    Esmerine
    La Lechuza
    cstrecords.com/cst080

    esmerine.com

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  3. A starry night begins in northern Chile. The moon shines in the constellation Sagittarius against the band of the Milky Way. From my high altitude point, about 5,100 meters above sea level on the Andes, a spectacular vista of mountains was visible toward the north, including Licancabur, a very symmetrical volcano that reaches 5920 meters and is on the middle-right in this view. Lower in the desert the lights of San Pedro de Atacama is visible. Also notable in the beginning of this time-lapse video is the conjunction of two bright planets Venus and Mercury over the west (left). All rights reserved by Babak Tafreshi (btafreshi@twanight.org) and The World at Night program (twanight.org).

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  4. Went to the alps with some friends to watch the meteor shower. The view was amazing but i have learned that pointing the camera towards the constellation Perseus doesn't give a good result. In fact we saw most shootingstars in opposite direction. Anyway, was great fun!

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  5. This video shows an imaginary journey from Earth to the Alpha Centauri system. As we leave the Solar System we see the familiar constellation figures including the Southern Cross (Crux) and the bright stars Alpha and Beta Centauri. As we approach Alpha Centauri we pass a faint red star, this is Proxima Centauri, the closest star to Earth and the faintest component of a triple star system. The final part shows the bright double star Alpha Centauri A and B with the Sun visible in the background. Alpha Centauri B is known to be orbited by an Earth-mass planet, the closest exoplanet to the Solar System.

    More information and download-options:
    eso.org/public/videos/eso1241a/

    Credit:
    ESO./L. Calçada/Nick Risinger (skysurvey.org).

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