Over the past few weeks I've spent a lot of time in the Saugatuck Dunes. During winter there was no leaves throughout the majority of the park and there were so many rotting tree stumps and leaves around. However spring has just arrived and all of a sudden the leaves are coming out and new growth is springing up everywhere. Got me thinking again about my geography lessons about how the dead leaves and trees rot away which then becomes the food for the next lot coming through. It's quite evident when you're there.
This was my first trip out with my new Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly by Kessler Crane. So I apologise for the absolute overkill on the slider motion. The whole thing was basically a test of the slider - but thought I'd edit it together properly.
Filmed using the Canon 60d
Tamron 17-50 f2.8
Canon 70-200 f4
Kessler Crane - Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly
"Veloma" by Fabrizio Paterlini (fabriziopaterlini.com)