1. Wild


    from Matt Brass Added 31.4K 451 76

    See the rest of the series at https://neonat.squarespace.com/a-natural-sense-of-place/ UPDATED NOVEMBER 1, 2014: 5 minutes of new footage UPDATED AUGUST 25, 2014: 7.5 minutes of new footage. UPDATED NOVEMBER 23, 2012: 18 minutes of new footage. Music is by by Chris Zabriskie (http://chriszabriskie.com) "God never made an ugly landscape. All that the sun shines on is beautiful, so long as it is wild." - John Muir, Atlantic Monthly, January 1869. A compilation of our recent wilderness adventures. Locations include Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, North Park, Co., Mount Evans, Co., and Badlands National Park. Series shorts at: https://vimeo.com/channels/34719

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    • Southwest


      from John Rappold Added 3,652 82 39

      Shot in Texas, Arizona, the Navajo Nation, Utah, and Colorado over a 2 1/2 week period in May 2010. Except for one timelapse shot with a Nikon D90, everything else was shot with a Panasonic TM700. Featuring the music of Roger Subirana Mata. All tracks Creative Commons. You can download the tracks used for this video at jamendo.com TECHNICAL Manfrotto 190XB and 190 XPROB tripods, 701HDV head Kessler KC-lite 8 ft. crane with Davis&Sanford Tripod Glidetrack LOCATIONS Monument Valley Tribal Park Palo Duro Canyon Bryce Canyon National Park Canyonlands National Park Arches National Park Coal Mine Canyon Hah Ho No Geh Canyon Great Sand Dunes National Park Grand Canyon National Park Zion National Park Capitol Reef National Park Rocky Mountain National Park Paria Canyon

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      • The Woods


        from Greg L Added 414 3 12

        Family vacation to Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. We hiked Twin Sisters peak (11,400 feet), rode horses and did some other local fun activities. Shot on a Canon T1i.

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        • The Only Ones


          from Matt Brass Added 2,826 22 12

          12 days, 11 people, 9 states and 3,700 miles of Americana. Enjoy!

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          • Rocky Mountain National Park


            from Matt Brass Added 7,281 71 11

            See the rest of the series at https://neonat.squarespace.com/a-natural-sense-of-place/ Having lived in Loveland for a year we were frequent visitors of RMNP. This was our final stop on our Colorado tour and the first time we were able to take three of our children. See the series at https://vimeo.com/channels/34719 Having lived in Loveland for a year we were frequent visitors of RMNP. This was our final stop on our Colorado tour and the first time we were able to take three of our children. Wiki: Rocky Mountain National Park–A national park located in the north-central region of the U.S. state of Colorado. It features majestic mountain views, a variety of wildlife, varied climates and environments—from wooded forests to mountain tundra—and easy access to back-country trails and campsites. The park is located northwest of Boulder, Colorado, in the Rockies, and includes the Continental Divide and the headwaters of the Colorado River

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            • I Heart Estes


              from scientia Added 8,417 93 10

              Bouldering at Chaos Canyon in Rocky Mountain National Park. Climbs are the gobot, lost in space, top notch, and freshly squeezed. climbers Colin Barnes, Sam Davis, and Andrew Rothner.

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              • Threading The Needle


                from Craig Muderlak Added 5,258 18 8

                It had been raining every morning and evening in the front range of Colorado causing flooding in Denver and other towns. Climbing seemed unrealistic. The weather kept other climbers at home, but we decided to take our chances, and we were able to find a small window of fair weather to "thread the needle" in between storms and make an ascent of "Pervertical Sanctuary," 5.11a in Rocky Mountain National Park on the "Diamond" of Longs Peak. This video is a celebration of the Diamond, which is in my opinion one of the most exquisite rock features in the United States. From the approach hike, hunkering under boulders, avoiding lightening, deterring marmots from chewing on our gear, swimming in ice-cold lakes, to climbing one of the greatest routes in Colorado, this video highlights the entire process of climbing at 14,000 feet on the diamond. Together, the video, animation, and unique music all created by the climbers produce a diary exemplifying the passion of two adventurers playing in the mountains.

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                • Endovalley • Rocky Mountain National Park • Colorado • Flux for Life (V13) FA


                  from Jon Glassberg Added 25.9K 127 8

                  Endovalley is a newly discovered area in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. It is a small bouldering area with a large selection of hard rock climbs. Jon Glassberg climbing Cambrian Explosion (V10), Extra Alienated (V9), and Dave's Arete (V10). Jonny Hork making the first ascent of Merkin (V9) and climbing Chewbacca (V11). Carlo Traversi flashing The Portal Sit (V10) and making the first ascent of Flux For Life (V13).

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                  • RMNP


                    from Site07 Creative Added 766 12 7

                    A short film from a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park I took on my birthday. Canon EOS t3i / 600D Canon EF 24-105mm IS Canon EF-S 10-22mm Glidetrack 20" Slider Graded with VC Film Magic Pro Music: "Trance Manual", John Vanderslice

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                    • Perseid Nights


                      from Mark 'Indy' Kochte Added 4,358 38 7

                      This astro-lapse video was taken in the days (or nights, as it were) leading up to the height of the Perseid Meteor Shower in 2013 (8/7, 8/9, 8/11, 8/12). The first two nights were shot in Rocky Mountain National Park (Longs Peak Campground and Timber Creek Campground) in Colorado, and second two nights were shot in Vedauwoo in Wyoming. The sequences that start at 1:09 through the end of the video were shot in Vedauwoo, in the main campground. The earlier sequences were all shot in The Park. Over the course of these four nights the two cameras caught around 130 meteors in their fields of view. Visually, I saw a couple each night except for the night of Aug 11/morning of Aug 12, in Vedauwoo, when I stayed up for about an hour after resetting the cameras at 1:30am and watched the sky blaze with meteors. I counted around 40 meteors in that hour of my just sitting there watching the sky. It was amazing. Some were brilliant and long (lasting upwards of 2 seconds), some were short and quick (lasting less than a second). And of those 40 meteors, 8 were super-brilliant and/or fireballs. Due to the nature of time-lapse photography, specifically astro-lapse photography, with a playback rate of 24 frames per second (in other words, 24 images per second) meteors show up as extremely brief light streak flicks that last for an instant (1/24th of a second). The light streaks that go across the sky in the video are in most cases planes, but in other cases satellites. Meteors just don’t last that long. So, really, time-lapsing a meteor shower is anticlimactic in video form, but the still images captured can show some amazing light streaks. I opened this video with one of the fireballs one of my camera captured, and wrap with the video credits overlaid on four different stills from the time-lapse sequences with some of the better meteor captures. As mentioned, about half of the streaks you’ll see are satellites or planes, especially if they cross the entire field of view. The rest are meteors. These are best identified by going through each and every still image one at a time (some examples in the photos section below). There are a couple captures of geosynchronous satellites in the sequences. The best example is at 0:49. As the Milky Way swings over to the right toward some trees, a ‘star’ will appear in the left third of the video, about 2/3 of the way up from the bottom. It will brighten then fade then brighten then fade – and will NOT move along with the rest of the stars! That’s a geosync satellite (and the brightest one of all the sequences that I captured them) I hope you enjoy the video, the music, and the views of the night sky. :-) Wordy EXIF Data: All sequences but the second in the video were shot ISO 3200 (the second sequence was accidentally shot ISO 800; I used Lightroom 3 to pull out the stars a bit, but the black clouds were black clouds – there was no light in the valley reflecting off of them!). All images were 25 seconds in duration, with a 5 second pause between shots (to allow the images to be written to the SD cards, and in the case of the eMotimo-mounted camera, allowed the pan-tilt system to nudge the camera facing slightly, meaning I was shooting 2 exposures per minute. In the end I had over 3000 images. Both cameras were Nikon D7000, one with a 14mm Rokinon lens set to f/2.8, the other with an 11-16mm Tokina lens set to 11mm and f/2.8. The ‘hyper-lapse’ sequences (where the camera is moving) were done using an eMotimo TB3 pan/tilt system (http://emotimo.com/learn/about-emotimo-tb3/), the makers who I would like to thank for the help they gave me in the weeks prior to the trip in figuring out how I could shoot the camera w/out tying it directly to the eMotimo (since my D7000s have built-in intervalometers, and this thus saved battery power to be reserved to the TB3 exclusively). Music: “Storm Gatherer Plus Choir” by Tony Flynn.

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