I just finished watching this video which shows the stunning scenery of Yosemite National Park in California, USA. As expected, the views are fantastic, but what the filmographers over at ‘Project Yosemite’ did was capture the various views utilizing time-lapse photographic methods using high-end cameras. The whole film was covered over a 10 month period, and the outcome is overwhelming. Take a look at the video and screenshots below…
Gallery of Screenshots from the Yosemite National Park Video…
Purple skies at Yosemite National Park
Project Yosemite is a time-lapse video project set in Yosemite National Park and shot by Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill. We started it in January 2012 after meeting through Vimeo. The idea for the project came to us during our first overnight trip to Half Dome. We’ve been working together since then to capture and share our experiences in Yosemite National Park. We want to inspire others through our work like many others have done for us… [read more here].
The Sun is low in the sky at Yosemite park
Secluded tree at Yosemite Park
Snowy mountain at Yosemite
Mountain at night at Yosemite
Mountain with green grasses at Yosemite National Park
The Night skyline at Yosemite
Yosemite mountain range
Yosemite National Park over an extended period of time
Further Information // “Timelapsing Yosemite National Park over an Extended Period of Time” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Projectyose (Creative Commons). You can see more of their work over on the Vimeo profile.
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Here’s the video for you again!
National Geographic – Yosemite National Park
In a high-country meadow two hikers crouch near the edge of a mirroring lake and watch a pika as it harvests blades of grass for a nest deep within a huge rock pile. When they resume walking, there is no other person in sight for as far as they can see. And on this sparkling summer’s day, the view seems endless.
In the valley’s crowded mall, families stroll by, eating ice cream, dodging bicycles. People pile in and out of buses. Shoppers hunt for souvenirs. Kids hang around a pizza place. Rock climbers, coils of rope slung over their shoulders, swap stories over beer on a patio. On a summer’s day about 14,000 people are in Yosemite Village… [read more here].
Yosemite’s 13 Must-See Attractions
Spanning an amazing 761,000 acres, Yosemite National Park is an outdoors lover’s dream. Discover the best overlooks, rock-climbing mountains, day-hike trails and trees — more than 3,000 years old! [read more here].