1. Wolf Lake is surrounded by the largest ancient red pine forest in the world - an endangered ecosystem that remains in only 1.2% of its former extent.

    The government of Ontario promised protect the ancient forest, but 13 years later it is still open to destructive mining and mineral exploration.

    For more information go to: SaveWolfLake.org

    Photography by
    Christoph Benfey (ChristophBenfey.com)
    Rob Nelson (RobNelson.ca)
    Joel Sjaarda (500px.com/joel--sjaarda)

    Music composed by Sasha Szlafarski (SzlafarskiMusic.com)

    Special thanks to
    Heather Douglas
    Friends of Temagami (FriendsofTemagami.org)
    Earthroots (Earthroots.org)

    Behind the scenes footage: vimeo.com/59797101

    Motion shots made using Dynamic Perception Stage Zero

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  2. SOL is a solar powered laptop that runs entirely by the power of the sun. It was designed to help accelerate education in developing countries.


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  3. I got really lucky and captured what I believe to be a meteor explosion with a resulting, expanding shock wave or debris ring.

    UPDATE: After being fortunate to have Universe Today cross post my vid, I learned more about the phenomena recorded here. While this does show a meteor breaking apart, the resulting, expanding ring is called a "persistent train" and is NOT a debris ring. Rather, it is glowing gas - charged gas that has been heated by compression caused by the meteor and giving off electrons (similar to how a neon sign works). It happens fairly often but it isn't so regularly documented.


    Because I shoot at much higher resolution than 720p, I was able to provide (2) sequences in this video: (1) is with the full frame of each capture scaled/reduced and then cropped down to 1280x720, and (2) the other is with the full frame kept at resolution with just the region around the explosion cropped to 1280x720. I included each sequence twice - once at 24fps and the other at around 12fps.

    Stats for this timelapse sequence:
    Camera: Canon 7D
    Lens: Tokina 11mm-16mm/2.8
    Exposure: 20sec
    Iso: 800
    Aperture: 2.8
    Focal Length: 11mm
    Interval: 22sec
    Video Frame Rate: 24fps

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  4. This trailer is part of a 4 minutes timelapse movie filmed between 26 May 2012 to 6 June 2012.

    Available in Digital Cinema 4K.

    Visit vimeo.com/44543156 to watch the full movie.

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  5. Find out more at DareToBelieve.com

    Watch “The Creation: The Earth is a Witness,” a day-by-day account of the biblical creation week, beginning with darkness before God created light and ending with Moses, the author of the Genesis account of creation, and his son, worshipping God on the seventh-day Sabbath. Seventh-day Adventist filmmaker Henry Stober spent four years filming the movie around the world.

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