1. Sacred Lands - Eastern California - Mindrelic Timelapse


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    Shot over five days in various locations in eastern California including Death valley, Owens valley, Bristlecone forest, and Mono lake during the week of October 18th, 2010. Josh Owens mindrelic.com mindrelic@gmail.com twitter.com/​mindrelic 585.208.3162 canon 5dm2, 16-35L 2.8 camera movement achieved using the six foot single rail dolly system from the guys at dynamicperception.com (@dynperception on twitter)

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    • Camtrac


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      I used the Camtrac dolly for most of theses clips. Hyper-lapse at the Racetrack (dry lake in Death Valley) was done using a 3 wheeled steerable dolly I built. The website will be up soon that showcases this amazing dolly and what it's capable of. I'm planning on marketing the Camtrac soon. Contact me if your interested. Thanks. www.hyperlapse.com

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      • The Muir Project's Nothing But Time (GoPro HD)


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        The GoProHD Camera was an invaluable part of our camera arsenal along the John Muir Trail in 2011. Enjoy this short selection of some of the footage we captured with the camera during our journey. MILE… MILE & A HALF. The full length film is available on Blu-ray, DVD, and various VOD platforms at http://www.mmaah.com

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        • The John Muir Trail In Motion


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          A timelapse video taken on the 211 mile journey from Yosemite Valley to Mt. Whitney.

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          • Streets of Heaven


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            On June 30th, 2013, Arizona experienced a huge loss when 19 firefighters died after being caught in a great wildfire in the northern part of the state. The ache of this loss was a feeling that was felt throughout the state and likely that feeling was eclipsed by the pain and the tragedy that was experienced by the families of those 19 men. We wanted to do what we could to make sure that those hotshots would not be forgotten and somehow show our appreciation for them. That is how the idea for “Streets of Heaven” was brought up. A piece heavily influence by a speech from the American TV show The West Wing. During this piece, we wanted to look up and show the heavens. Not in a religious way, but to show the great beauty of life here. We wanted to show the beauty of our world which is too often gone unnoticed and unappreciated until it is too late, like those we lost on that day. But then something happened. We realized that wasn’t enough. As small as our project and vision may be, dedicating it just to those 19 individuals and their families some how seemed cruel to all the others that was have lost and to those we haven’t. The negative side effect of events such as the 30th of June is the temporary shift in attention to one particular group. That is why we wanted this piece to be about all heroes. We wanted it to be the reminder of the innocents lost and the beauty that is still here among us. A piece that started because of a tragedy quickly turned into a project about appreciation of what surrounds us. Things that we may not notice every day. This was no longer a local project, this was a national vision. A common feeling of appreciation we have towards all those who serve as fire fighters. While incredibly underpaid, they still walk into situations where most of us wouldn’t have the courage to do so. Like teachers, they are today’s heroes who aren’t appreciated enough. This piece was shot in Mt. Whitney, CA during Perseid meteor shower. To read more about the event that inspired this project please click here: http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2013/07/us/yarnell-fire/. For excerpt from the West Wing, which we highly recommend that you watch please click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqVWqTFU5Nk. There is nothing wrong with a bit of Sorkinism now and then. A special thanks for Justin's, RX Bar, and Laughing Giraffe Organics. Music: Torn by Nathan Lanier

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            • John Muir Trail


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              This is a slideshow showing the entire John Muir Trail in the Sierra Nevadas in California. It was about 232 miles long, and I did it in 18 days. My friend Mandy was with me for the first 100 miles, and then I finished alone.

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              • Mt. Whitney East Buttress - 5.7


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                Climbing the East Buttress of Mt. Whitney with the American Alpine Institute. Music "Freeway" by Kurt Vile http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kurt_Vile/Best_Of_Breitband_Vol5/02_Kurt_Vile_-_Freeway http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/

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                • The Wayfaring Wayfarers hit the Eastern Sierras


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                  We tried to make the best out of the last few days of summer, heading up to The Eastern Sierras for a few days of hiking and fly fishing over labor day weekend. We hit Hot Creek, Rock Creek and The Lower Owens, then headed down to Mt. Whitney for some recon work before our big summit trip in October. I think we sent summer off in pretty good fashion. Music: https://soundcloud.com/hillydilly/milky-chance-flashed-junk-mind

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                  • Hiking the John Muir Trail - September 2014


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                    A chronological glimpse into 24 days of backpacking the John Muir Trail. Starting in Yosemite & ending 211 miles later at Mt. Whitney, the tallest mountain in the lower 48 states. Enjoy & be respectful.

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                    • John Muir Trail Mount Whitney Challenge for Project Main Street


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                      200 mile hike of the John Muir Trail ending at Mt. Whitney. This hike was a fundraiser for Project Main Street www.projectmainst.org . The $20,000+ that was raised all went towards easing the financial burden for ALS patients and their families. Thankyou all who donated!

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