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Fun with Time-Lapse #2

Second batch of time-lapse videos. Enjoy!

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Sunrise at Norway House Cabin, Camp Widjiwagan, Ely Minnesota. March 2018.

 

Clouds along the Lake Superior shoreline, Gooseberry Falls State Park, Minnesota. May 2018.

 

Circumpolar star trails with tree in focus in foreground, stars out of focus. Video fades to white as night turns into dawn. Ely, Minnesota. April 2018.

 

Northern Lights dancing near Ely, Minnesota. April 2018.

 

Flowing water in mud puddle from spring meltwater. Ely, Minnesota. March 2018.

 

Calgary, Alberta skyline transitioning from dawn to morning. April 2018.

 

Calgary, Alberta city skyline at night. April 2018.

 

Traffic on Calgary’s Reconciliation Bridge. April 2018.

 

Another angle of the Reconciliation Bridge crossing the Bow River. April 2018.

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City of Light, City at Night

Turning my local metropolis, Grand Rapids, into an experimental photography studio for nighttime long exposure photography. Photos taken December 2017.

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Grand River Waterfront, with Grand Rapids Public Museum (left) and Bridgewater Place Towers (right)  behind Pearl Street Bridge

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Bridgewater Place overlooking the Grand River and Pearl Street Bridge

 

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Plaza Apartments and the Blue Bridge above the Grand River

 

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Pedestrians on the Blue Bridge

 

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JW Marriot Hotel and Amway Grand Plaza over the Grand River

 

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Blurring the ice skaters in motion with long exposure, at Rosa Parks Circle

 

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Ice Skaters in front of the GRAM, at Rosa Parks Circle

 

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Monroe Center decorated in lights for the holidays. Capturing the red streak of taillights with long exposure.

 

 

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A Quiet Corner in the City: The Tavern on the Square

 

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On the Fringes of Suburbia: Capturing the lights of passing traffic at a country stoplight

 

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Turning Skyward: The brightest stars peak through the clouds while the reflective snow brightens the foreground of this image taken at night