A composite image taken last October by Johannes Holzer at the Isar river in southern Germany. The image was achieved using two cameras shooting three photos from roughly the same perspective, which were then stitched. To wit:
..[the] sky with a Sony A7r and Vixen Polarie Startracker, one additional shot for the landscape without [a] Startracker, [and] underwater was done with a Canon 5Dm2 with an EWA Underwater case.
A four movement ‘visual EP’ (sometimes cacophonous, sometimes calm) inspired by Minnesota’s land and climate. To wit:
In 2016, musician Tyler Tholl visited four state parks across Minnesota, one park per season, to record sounds found in nature. He manipulated those sounds and incorporated them in a new, four-movement piece of music inspired by Minnesota’s land and climate. The project, MN Mimesis, includes lyrics written by Tyler’s brother, Collin, and features Minnesota musicians from classical, jazz, pop, country, and folk backgrounds.
The beautiful eccentiric weather in this country….Half way up Croagh Patrick [Co Mayo} yesterday whereby the weather changed 5 times on the way up and way back down... sun, rain, hail, sun… summed up in this photo (above).
It was an amazing sunny weekend in Kerry this weekend and it gave me a chance to video it like never before. Flying high above ancient sites, ruins of castles, down through valleys and across the many lakes of Kerry. In this compilation video we visit the Gap of Dunloe, the Kerry Cliffs, Muckross Abbey, Ballycarbery Castle, Cahergall Stone Fort, Leacanabuaile Stone Fort and Killarney National Park all from the bird eye view of a quadcopter so you can enjoy from the comforts of your screen.