1. Florida Bay Dolphin Days

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    from Mac Stone / Added

    Atlantic bottlenose dolphins dominate the shallow waters of Florida Bay. On calm days they ride the wake and bow of my boat jumping and spinning in the slipstream. This is a compilation of clips from outings within Everglades National Park and Dolphin Cove where I had the chance to get in the water and play with a pod of these incredible animals. I hope you enjoy. Video production and editing: Mac Stone Music: "The Ocean" by Sunny Day Real Estate Equipment: Canon 5dmkii with Canon 24-105mm lens and GoPro Hero2 for underwater sequences Special thanks to Adam Chasey for captaining the boat and Jessica Lundstrum, Emily Campbell, and Jessica Lilli for facilitating the swim. www.MacStonePhoto.com

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    • Timelapse Experiments - Pine Island Campground, Everglades

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      from Kevin Huggins / Added

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      Visited Pine Island Campground in the Everglades with Gina, in my quest for more Milky Way footage, but the weather didn't cooperate. Oh well still liked some of the footage I got, so I incorporated it with some of the footage from the first visit. Thanks to Skywatcher (vimeo: user7686907) for the tip on creating a "darkframe" for the timelapse footage... was able to remove practically all of the hot/dead pixels in the footage... really great tip. Even though I'm really addicted to capturing Milky Way timelapse footage, I don't think I'll be visiting the Everglades until it gets alot cooler again (Nov/Dec) or I get a Hazmat suit... the mosquitoes are too brutal! I couldn't even compose the shots the way I wanted too cause the mosquitoes were attacking my face and hands incessantly! Thanks to Gina for being my grip assistant and mosquito killer :) Music: "One Million Miles" - ATB Location: Pine Island Campgrounds, Everglades National Park, Homestead, FL Main Gear: Canon 5DMKIIs and Rebel T3i Manfrotto Tripods and Fluid Heads Kessler Crane Stealth and Oracle Controller

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      • Everglades Water

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        from UCONN Journalism Media / Added

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        Short video about the water resources and local pressures from individuals and corporations that threaten it Produced by Gwen Craig and Olivia Balsinger

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        • Guardians of the Everglades Trailer

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          from Connie Bransilver / Added

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          5 minute Trailer for the in-production one hour documentary film to accompany the multi-media Guardians of the Everglades production. Nicholas Petrucci, Clyde Butcher and Connie Bransilver, artists, feature ten living Guardians of the Everglades. Director Sandy Cannon-Brown shines with this preview.

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          • Human Destruction of the Florida Everglades

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            from Jessica Daly / Added

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            The range of ecosystems, wildlife, plant life and different endangered species that can be found in the Florida Everglades contribute to its importance and need for preservation. Along with these factors, the Everglades holds the number one source of existence for life in Southern Florida: water. The water that comes from the Everglades provides for more than 6 million people in South Florida. Despite this, humans continue to destroy these ecosystems and their wildlife, while polluting the water with Mercury and phosphates. Because of this, more than 50% of the original wetlands have been destroyed. My focus surrounds Tamiami Trail, a road built in the 1920s, which created an enormous barrier of water flow from the northern areas into Everglades National Park. Many people refuse to face the truth that if action is not immediately taken to save the Everglades, we will not only destroy many diverse and unique sets of species, we will in return destroy ourselves. Without water and life, we are nothing.

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            • How to Dispatch a Python

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              from 3BL Media / Added

              The Mohave Desert and the Everglades are not your typical destinations for spring break. Neither are the students who want to go there. For the fifth consecutive year, SCA and American Eagle Outfitters teamed up to provide eco-conscious spring breakers with the ultimate week-long educational and work experience. During the month of March, 120 college students from around the country descended upon two of our most environmentally challenged and imperiled habitats for an expense-paid week of hands-on conservation at the Everglades and Joshua Tree National Parks. Students helped rid the parks of destructive invasive plants, repair eroded hiking trails, assess wildlife health, and more. And while they aid threatened ecosystems, the students also gained new skills, environmental knowledge, and leadership capabilities. While at the Everglades, SCA members also came across an interesting "friend". Check out the Burmese Python they found as documented by videographer and ASB participant Patrick Canavan. You never know what you are going to find out there. Follow these future conservation leaders and get inspired! Read their blogs and view their photos at http://followme.thesca.org/

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              • Timelapse Experiments - Milky Way Astro Timelapse Test

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                from Kevin Huggins / Added

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                My first attempt at timelapsing the Milky Way. Anthony and I decided to attempt it at Pine Island Campgrounds in Everglades National Park. The mosquitoes were out in force, but decently bearable when the breeze was blowing. We didn't stay long, hence the really short timelapses... next time we will do longer ones. I had never seen the milky way with my naked eye, so this was a lot of firsts for me... the Lyriad meteor shower was also this weekend and we did see quite a few. Only major issue we had with the cameras was the tonne of dead/hot pixels that showed up after all the long exposures :( As you can see if you look carefully... I still didn't catch all when I tried to remove most of them in Lightroom... there were over 100 of them in each of our 5DMKIIs. If anyone knows how to minimize their occurrences please let me know. Thanks. It was really alot of fun capturing the night sky like this... can't wait to do another... I just have to recover from all the mosquito bites!!! Music: "One Million Miles" - ATB Location: Pine Island Campgrounds, Everglades National Park, Homestead, FL Main Gear: Canon 5DMKIIs Manfrotto Tripods and Fluid Heads

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                • 3D Literature Project

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                  from Patty / Added

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                  I finally have the file on my computer and I am uploading it to vimeo to keep it safe. :) This is my favorite memory from Mr. Horowitz's Ap Literature class! Senior year 2009-2010 Everglades high School.

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                  • Sunset on the Everglades

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                    from Luis Rivas / Added

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                    Sunset - Everglades Fl

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                    • The Italian job part 1

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                      from Adam Silver / Added

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                      Scouting for my good friends and clients from Italy for Maserati in Miami, Florida. Out in the Everglades & beyond!

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