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PostWed Nov 11, 2020 3:27 pm 
After a good year of backpacking I usually take my best timelapses and throw a video together. This is this years. I hope you enjoy watching! If you are wondering what clip is from what area let me know.


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PostWed Nov 11, 2020 8:12 pm 
Damn man... I don't know what to say, that was really incredible!!!  I loved the cloud coming out of nowhere at 1:40, the goats at 2:30, and the intense colors at 3:50 and 5:40.  Perfect music choice IMO, it really added an emotional element to the viewing experience.  This is everything I love about being in the mountains summed up in seven minutes.  I really needed this right now, thank you for taking the time to put this together and sharing it with us!  A+, five stars, would watch again.  rocker.gif

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PostWed Nov 11, 2020 8:30 pm 
backpacker92out wrote:
I hope you enjoy watching!

I did, and I'd like an opinion, please: at 1:48-52 or so, did the tall boulder on the right foreground move (slightly) as compared to the mountain in the background? Or am I seeing things?  dizzy.gif  I rolled it back several times, and it certainly appears to move.

NO, I figured it out - the camera was being buffeted by the wind, has to be that.

Anyway, VERY relaxing, I needed that.

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PostThu Nov 26, 2020 11:30 am 
Very nice for it's seamless nature and smooth camera work.

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PostMon Dec 07, 2020 2:10 pm 
Wow! What's that pointy red peak above the lake at 1:26? That looks like it would be fun to scramble up on the ridge.

[Edit] Never mind, I found it on your channel as you described. Wind Rivers -- really outstanding.

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PostMon Dec 07, 2020 6:53 pm 
moonspots wrote:
I did, and I'd like an opinion, please: at 1:48-52 or so, did the tall boulder on the right foreground move (slightly) as compared to the mountain in the background? Or am I seeing things?  dizzy.gif  I rolled it back several times, and it certainly appears to move.

NO, I figured it out - the camera was being buffeted by the wind, has to be that.

Anyway, VERY relaxing, I needed that.


Thanks! Yeah there is slight movement in that take due to stabilization software because it was very shaky from the wind. Even with a heavier tripod the wind in the "winds" are quite windy! Had to anchor the legs down with rocks

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PostMon Dec 07, 2020 6:54 pm 
gb wrote:
Very nice for it's seamless nature and smooth camera work.

thank you!

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PostMon Dec 07, 2020 6:55 pm 
puzzlr wrote:
Wow! What's that pointy red peak above the lake at 1:26? That looks like it would be fun to scramble up on the ridge.

[Edit] Never mind, I found it on your channel as you described. Wind Rivers -- really outstanding.

The wind river range is crazy pretty. That guy was 'Temple Peak'... we were the only ones at the lake that night.

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