Davis Creek is located in the Raven Cliffs Wilderness Area near Helen, Georgia. It is a very short stream with several small waterfalls which soon drops over 200 feet forming the spectacular Dukes Creek Falls.
I last shot video there 5 years ago so I thought it was time for a revisit with a different camera. This was shot in April 2015 using a Panasonic GH4 camera at 60fps and 200mbps, using a standard color profile and the following lenses: Panasonic 14-45, 45-175, and Olympus 60mm macro as well as a 75-300. Other equipment used was an Ifootage Shark slider, Benro S-6 tripod and Glideshot jib.
Edited with Edius 5.51 and encoded with TMPGEnc 4. The music title is “Celeste” by Dirk Maassen and is used with permission from the composer. You can listen to more of his music at maassen-music.com/
Georgia is often thought of as too far south to have a proper winter. In many respects this is true as snow is infrequent. But north Georgia is mountainous and temperatures can drop quite low at night. Temperatures in the teens and single digits are not uncommon resulting in some interesting ice formations on area streams and rivers. Scenes in this video are from Amicalola Falls, the Upper Tallulah River, Denton Creek Falls, and Dicks Creek.
I shot this with a Panasonic GH4 camera at 1080p, 60fps and 200mbps, using a standard color profile. Lenses used were the Panasonic 14-45mm, 45-175mm and Olympus 60mm macro. Edited with Edius 5.51 and encoded for the web using Windows Media Video 9.
En ocasiones, los pastores y ganaderos abandonan los cadáveres de los animales que se les mueren, en una suerte de "fosas comunes", donde al cabo del tiempo se van hacinando centenares de esqueletos de ovejas, cerdos, cabras y otras especies de reses domésticas. Como bien cabría esperar, las aves necrófagas se dan cita en estos siniestros lugares, para dar buena cuenta de los cadáveres allí depositados, a su entera disposición.