For a few days in January 2017, I put my Drivelapse cameras to a different task. I decided to capture the changing light and hurried clouds that pass over the natural wonder of Zion National Park. For six days, I left cameras around the park in different locations, watching the clouds, the snow, the wind, and the sun. I discovered that this park becomes even more amazing when you slow down and take the time to appreciate it, sped up.
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I made this trip in late January 2017. Video shot with a Brinno TLC-200 Pro and a TLC-120 time-lapse camera.
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Dance, Don’t Delay
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ZionLapse: Zion National Park in Winter, Time-Lapsed
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