Thanks to the latest photo technology that NASA uses, Michael Konig created this timelapse compilation of breathtaking photos made from the international space station. They’re shot with special low-light camera, in HD technology, and are smoothed, cut, refurbished, deflickered, denoised… but no special effects have been used, so you’ll see the Earth at its finest: aurora borealis pass over Canada at night, aurora australis south of Australia, Mideast at night, evening pass over Sahara desert, and many more.
Deadvlei is a large white clay pan in Namibia, located near the more famous salt pan of Sossusvlei, inside the Namib-Naukluft National Park. All the trees that can be found there are dead, and their skeletons are believed to be 900 years old.
When young American photographer Brian DeFrees decided to go on a road trip, he took his camera to save some memories on it. However, beautiful things happen when unexpected, and he came back home with many shots with which he made this amazing timelapses. His Canon 60D capera was set to take shots in every 5 seconds, and here the result.
The beauty of nature is immeasurable! There are some wonderful moments of inspiration and awe all around, it’s simply amazing how beautiful our planet is. If you forget this, if you are unaware of this, check out the following video made by National Geographic to promote their newest book ‘Visions of Earth,’ in which they celebrate everything that this beautiful planet and the universe have to offer.
Back in 2005, Steve Jobs tried to explain the students a few important things about life, making an impressive commencement speech at Stanford University. The genius of our time shared thoughts such as: ‘You’ve got to find what you love,’ and ‘Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life,’ and his words will certainly stay in the students memory for a long time. However, his quotations found their place somewhere else where nobody could expect – the following music video clip:
Splitscreen: A Love Story is an beautiful short shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone, winner of Vimeo’s Nokia Shorts 2011 $10K grand prize. Created by director JW Griffiths and director of photography Christopher Moon.
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