Tuesday, April 14, 2009

One year in 40 seconds [video] from snow to summer and back . . .

One year in 40 seconds from Eirik Solheim on Vimeo.

Images from the same spot through one entire year. Audio captured at the same place.
His last video was entitled: One year in 2 minutes.
Was it too long...getting too few viewers?
Was the same thing accomplished in 40 seconds?
Methinks more people would watch the 40-second one. A sign of the times?

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Gal Friday said...

I think you are on to something about most people not being willing to view a 2 minute video like that, as opposed to a 40 second one(I might be guilty of it, myself)
This was wonderful to watch. I was thinking along the same line the other day. I pass a lone tree in a field on my way home from work and it always reflects the season we are in(right now with the faintest tinge of red-pink buds at the tips of the tree's branches)and thought it would be a good idea to film that tree from the same spot every day of the year.

Deanna said...

I liked the 40 seconds in 1 year but I actually loved the 2 minute one. I noticed the trees budding more, sounds and coming to life, yet a bit more slowly. Anything to slow down life is ok by me! Loved it Rosemary.

brooke said...

Absolutely wonderful!

Sue said...

Oh, how odd.....I JUST got done posting about the need to slow down. Then, I came to check up on your postings and find this and your comments about our need to have things go faster....how funny!
This video is wonderful. And yes, I would take the slow version any day.
I just love the interesting things you find. Thank you.