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  1. Wild


    from Matt Brass Liked 62K 470 77

    See the rest of the series at https://neonat.squarespace.com/a-natural-sense-of-place/ UPDATED FEBRUARY 8, 2016 UPDATED NOVEMBER 1, 2014: 5 minutes of new footage UPDATED AUGUST 25, 2014:…

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    • Guanabara Bay: Coastal Brazil


      from Matt Brass Liked 4,780 71 13

      See the series at vimeo.com/channels/34719 Music By: Chris Zabriskie, http://chriszabriskie.com/ Birds of eastern Brazil as well as a few non-native species. A brief glimpse at a pair of marmosets…

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        from Greg Kiss Liked 412K 2,039 140

        Altiplano as well as the Atacama Desert, the Namib Desert or the Kalahari Desert among many other fascinating landscapes in the world, are located at or near the Tropic of Capricorn. However, there…

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        • Hummingbird Hoedown


          from Randy Smith Liked 617 51 22

          I live in Southern California, so we have hummingbirds year round that live in our yard and feed from the feeders that my wife keeps filled with sugar water. One afternoon, a group of 4 hummingbirds…

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          • Chile, a land of contrast: PATAGONIA


            from Wildglimpses Liked 68.4K 870 91

            It was many years ago since I first visited Chile and Patagonia and fell in love with this spectacular country. I wanted to make a film to show this awesome land to as many people as possible, pretty…

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            • Mexican rainforest life


              from Wildglimpses Liked 7,783 95 5

              Short compilation of some shots I filmed with biomedea.es last year in Mexico. Filmed in the last fragments of tropical rainforest of Veracruz, Chiapas and Yucatán. Canon HDSLR + Canon and…

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              • The birds of Spain


                from Wildglimpses Liked 160K 1,248 130

                After many hours of hard work, throughout continental Spain (I leave the islands for the next time), I managed to edit this short film about the birds of my beloved country. Living and working in…

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                • Medicine Bow


                  from Matt Brass Liked 2,697 47 7

                  See the rest of the series at https://neonat.squarespace.com/a-natural-sense-of-place/ Here are a few shots from our second visit to North Park. See below for more information about the area. See…

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                  • Aurora Borealis - 250 Miles Above the Earth


                    from Randy Smith Liked 21.1K 217 36

                    The Aurora Borealis as seen from the International Space Station, 250 miles above the Earth. Indiefest 2015 - Short Films - Winner - Award of Merit Culver City Film Festival 2014 - Winner: Best…

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                    • Winter Migration at the Salton Sea


                      from Randy Smith Liked 2,037 57 24

                      The Salton Sea and surrounding agricultural land are an important element in the Winter migration of many migratory birds like Snow Geese, White Pelicans, Sandhill Cranes, and many different species…

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                      • Rose Pond Swans - 2nd Aug. '12


                        from 4Moorhens2 Liked 134 19 20

                        Tern Hill near Market Drayton UK. Music: "Rainmaker" by Traffic.

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                        • Rose Pond Swans 8th July '12


                          from 4Moorhens2 Liked 715 16 18

                          Tern Hill near Market Drayton UK. Featuring the much smaller cygnet of the four who are now five weeks old. Hope the little one does OK in this cool and wet early July weather! Music: Baïlèro…

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